WW Chan & Sons Beautiful Tailoring from W.W. Chan

[06/04/11] 

The joy of getting a suit custom made is unsurpassed... aside of course from the embarrassment of not being able to get into it the following year. Sadly, it’s the most sobering and honest judgment of tummy trouble – the suit just doesn’t lie.

It’s a problem many of us have had to stomach, squeezing into last year's waistlines with a taxi waiting to take us to an event that involves a bit of dancing and possibly an embarrassing tear. Don’t forget your waltz comes after the sit-down meal either where your gut is at its smiliest. Green salads all round.

Fortunately when you go to a pro like W.W. Chan they’ll make sure there’s hidden room for you to expand and contract with the passing summers, making adjustments as you require, ensuring your triple pike on the dance floor is met with a round of applause rather than shocked children staring at your enormous wedgie.

The Chan legacy stems from the original Shanghainese schools of traditional tailoring and is one of the few houses that have preserved the dying art of a true bespoke men’s suit. They take two lengthy fittings and host a final pick-up session, sculpting the suit to your David-esque torso. It’s the place to go.

For looking good – today at least.


W.W. Chan & Sons Tailor Ltd
Location: A2, 2/F., Burlington House, 94 Nathan Road, Kowloon,
Telphone: 2366 9738
Website: www.wwchan.com


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