Custom Tailor From Hong Kong Tariq Mahmood Coming To Town

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(Ad) Tariq, from Hong Kong, is coming to Lakewood. He will be available for appointments tomorrow June 15th and June 16th at the Ramada Hotel, 2373 Route 9 ( Corner of Rt. 70 and Rt. 9). For an appointment you can call the hotel at 732-905-2626 and ask for Mr Tariq or call his cell at 718-708-3858. He is currently in Boro Park at the Avenue Plaza Hotel 13th Ave, 718-552-3200. He will be in Monsey on June 17th and June 18th, at the Holiday Inn, #3 Executive Blvd, Suffern NY 10901, Tel: 845-357-4800. Custom suits begin at $350 and shirts  from $45-65.

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18 COMMENTS

  1. why are we posting this when so many of our brothers are struggling to make ends meet?

    so many suit stores in town with tailors that can sell you a suit!

    lets not start a new fad with custom made suits

    whoever can afford a $350 suit can afford to buy by amcha! as per the hieliga chofets cahim you are obligated to spend up to 1/6 more to buy by amcha. think about it b4 going shopping

  2. I agre with #1, & for that matter, I also feel there is a 10% unemployment in our malchus shel chesed, our US citizens need jobs.

  3. How about the stores don’t carry anything that fits properly and looks nice on certain people. My husband has called or gone to every store in town (since before Pesach) and no one has what he is looking for. He has tried on numerous other styles and has looked horrible in all of them. I don’t know if he would consider a custom suit but if we could afford it I would definitely encourage him.

  4. #1 & #2. There are people who do not fit well in mass produced suits. They need custom suits. You sound like a caring jew, so you got to think of others.

  5. I cant afford to buy a custom made suit but the guy who can should enjoy it! You guys just cant fargin. Being moser nefesh for torah does not include being jealous of the person who could afford more then you. As for buying by ” amcha” I’ll point that out to you next time I see you in walmart, target or shoprite…..

  6. This has nothing to do with farginning or not – There are people who cna’t put bread on the table, and TLS is giving free advertising to a custom tailor?
    I can hear that some people have reasons that they may need a custom suit, but at least deal with it privately. Putting it up here is like saying ‘This is of importance to a large portion of this town’
    and THAT is the problem here.

  7. how about i have a diferent sence of style then these stores in lakewood i donlt like just blue and black suits and only white shirts its just as expensive if i go to a department store around here ir in the city… so why not have it custom made to fit me!!

  8. Why is there a overt sentiment of class envy
    Let people of means buy whatever they want.
    Many are bentched with necessary funds after tuition, charity, maaser, any and all of the other gazillion expenses we face daily to have extra for items such as a new custom Shabbos suit
    There will always be haves and have nots,
    get over it

    Be happy for your brothers success

    I was in Montreal 8 years ago and had a custom suit made that cost $250, I still where it every Shabbos
    Worth every penny.
    B’hatzlacha to all

  9. I don’t think that this has anything to do with envy or fargining. It just seems sad that so many people (especially men!) in Lakewood care so much about a perfect fit and style that it is worth it for this guy to come here. Sorry, you just can’t be busy with and sunk in gashmius and ruchniyus at the same time. I don’t know about anyone else, but I don’t envy people who spend their time and money pusuing perfect clothing. I feel sorry for them.

  10. There is a frum guy in town who makes custom made shirts. why do you give free advertising to a (moderated). You can call the FRENCHCUFF at (moderated)

  11. Please note that you must check custom suits for shatnez.
    I had the unfortunate experience of wearing shatnez under my chupa do to the contract stipulation with a hong kong custom tailor, that no linnen would be used.
    Unfortunatly a Shatnez check I did Aseres Yimei Teshuva revealed to my horror that I had worn Shatnez onthe most important day of my life. I advise to use a credit card for the purchase so you can dispute it if anything should go wrong, however check it for shatnes before you wear it!

    V’ahavta L’reiacha Komocha.

  12. I don’t have extra money to spend on custom suits or does my husband care too much about how he looks but when you have to tailor almost every part of a suit for it to somewhat fit (forget about what it looks like after) its CHEAPER to customize and this is after buying more then one suit in town by more then one store and tailoring by the tailor on premises so I can compare. for all you perfectly built men be happy you don’t have the prolems others have and fargin and stop looking into other ppls pockets and he paid for this ad same as he would for the ones he puts in the bp weekly do you call their office and complain about an ad you don’t like too?

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