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    Quote Originally Posted by El Matatan View Post
    My "father in Law" makes them. One man shop operation in Santo Domingo. Cotton, linen, Silk. Everything is custom, fabric, pattern, cut of the shirt. He also does matching dresses and shirts for ladies
    Feel free to post the location of his shop and/or his contact information

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Matatan View Post
    My "father in Law" makes them. One man shop operation in Santo Domingo. Cotton, linen, Silk. Everything is custom, fabric, pattern, cut of the shirt. He also does matching dresses and shirts for ladies
    Quote Originally Posted by El Matatan View Post
    It depends on the size of the person (more material $$) and material quality (cotton and blends $ vs. linen and silk $$$). Expect anywhere from $80 to $175 for a custom shirt.
    Please post or PM me the details, and your name as a reference...

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    I'm next in line.........

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    Check out this company, I have one that's 8 years old and it looks like new. Yes, I wear it often and the more I wash it the softer it becomes https://www.hippolito.com.do/index.php?lang=en

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    I've purchased 3 on Amazon. One for $26, one for $44 and one for $100.

    Starch the living daylights out of them and wear them with a white Tshirt and you're good to go.
    Last edited by JDJones; 01-17-2020 at 08:32 AM.

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    CB ,my friend Mari says to check El Chino (sasteria) 2nd floor, beside Cosechero Ortiz on Obdulio Jimenez. (Jarabacoa) This is on the right side when you turn to take the road to Manabao.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobraboy View Post
    Please post or PM me the details, and your name as a reference...

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    Sure no problem. Anyone who would like to contact him just send me a PM and I'll pass on his info.

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