Dear Valued Customer
Year 2023 will have marked a new chapter for tcny. We are moving out of LKF Tower, Room 2118, 33 Wyndham Street, where we met with our customers on every day of the previous 10 years, delivering Made to Measure service and sharing ideas about gentleman's attire. Starting from 1st October, we will be relocated to a new shop.
2/F, 26 Wellington St, Central
Meanwhile, if you need our service, please kindly call 6206 9322 to make an appointment. We will see you there at 26 Wellington St.
The google map and field pictures below show you how to get there from our previous shop.
Thank you very much for your kind support!
Making individualized garments that can stand the test of time
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We strive to make every one of our customers happy. If you are not satisfied for any reason, please do not hesitate to reach out. You can either contact the store you placed the order with or email us at [email protected]
- Professional tailoring
- Worldwide choice of fabrics
- Sophisticated craftsmanship
tcny debuted in 1998 opening its first retail presence in Festival Walk, Kowloon. The company, a subsidiary of Ascot Chang Co. Ltd., was founded with the purpose of bringing quality tailored garments to young professionals in Hong Kong. Today, this contemporary brand is led by Ascot's grandson and nephew, both raised with a deep appreciation for the intricacies and construction details found only in the highest quality garments. Together, they continue the family commitment to provide the highest quality products while delivering a modern interpretation of classic tailoring.
Whether for Ready to Wear or MTM, the pattern is the blueprint for a shirt. With over 65 years of shirtmaking experience, our patterns are expertly designed, tested and refined to ensure a modern silhouette and precise fit.
A simple conversation will help us understand your requirements and preferences. Our experienced staff will guide you through our library of the world’s best fabrics, helping you find the most suitable choice for your MTM creation.
Bring your vision to life and choose from over 20 collar styles, 10 cuff styles, 24 monogram styles and a variety of other styling options, all of which can be further customized to your desire. Whether you are new to the MTM experience or are a more discerning customer, our staff is always ready to serve you and provide suggestions if needed.
Accurate measurements lay the groundwork for each MTM piece. With over 15 measurements each for shirts and suits, our tailors and salesman are specially trained to note down the individual traits of your body and posture. Your measurements are then translated into a paper pattern, which will be the basis for all future orders.
The first fitting is our first draft of the garment, ready to be tested and edited. After you try on the garment and provide feedback, our tailors will examine and mark changes as needed to improve the silhouette and fit. This fitting garment is then taken apart and recut to reflect the new adjustments.
Every Man Needs to Ensure He Looks Great in a Suit
Maybe men are sick of the casual dress that has become de rigueur over the last decade. Once stifled in a suit and tie, many went for the dressed down approach, newly acceptable in all but the investment-banking world. But they didn’t even stop at smart casual, and one could argue that the technology sector almost mandated jeans and flip-flops.
The waist of the trousers should sit somewhere between the hip bone and the navel depending on personal preference, and you should be able to easily slide one finger between the waistband and your body.
The suit jacket should reach the first knuckle of your thumb. But It may need adjusting based on your personal body proportions.
For a standard half break trousers should have one break at the top of the shoe, and socks should not show while standing.
About one half inch of your dress shirt should show below the jacket at the wrists.
The number of openings in the back of the jacket is important. The single vent is an American style of jacket that is slick and modern. The double vent is more the traditional British style that allows for more movement in the hip.
One, two or three buttons are a matter of taste, though you should never fasten the bottom button on any suit. Always unfasten buttons when sitting down.
Will you be riding a bicycle to work (people do!)? Allow extra room for leg motion if you are an active gentleman. If you sit most of the day, the modern slim cut may feel a bit constricting.
Be honest. If you stand up straight with abs tucked in for your fitting, but in reality have a bit a tendency toward “slouching”, your suit will feel too tight. Don’t suck in your stomach or flex your biceps when getting measured. Always allow enough room to breathe when being measured. Always measure to the quarter inch for accuracy.
The width of your tie should match the width of your lapel.
Your tie should just reach the waistband of your trousers or the top of your belt buckle.
Your suit jacket should be just long enough to cover your pants’ zipper and butt.
The top button of a two-button (or the middle button of a three-button) jacket should fall at or above your navel.
Sleeve cuffs should be exposed about half an inch.
Make sure that your socks are long enough that there’s no exposed leg when sitting down.
A good tailor can work wonders on a suit that you love but know it won’t fit or feel like it did before.
Choose fabric according to how often you’ll wear the suit. The most versatile option is a soft, but durable wool-like super 120 (a measure of yarn fineness), any higher is too delicate for daily use.
When buying an off-the-rack suit, the number one thing to check is how the shoulders fit.
A collar gap between your jacket’s lapels and your shirt’s collar can signify an ill-fitting jacket.
If you’re going for more formal business attire, opt for a double-button, notched lapel jacket.
For a more casual, trendy look, opt for a single-button, peak-lapel jacket.
You should be able to slip your hand between your chest and your buttoned jacket such that it feels snug, but with room to move.
Visible stitches around the edges of your lapels (called pick-stitching) aren’t necessarily a sign of a well-made garment anymore. However, they can be an attractive decorative flourish — as long as they’re subtle.
- SMART CASUAL
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