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[ACT/SA] Exclusive InStitchu Custom Tailored Shirt + Fitting for $29.99 (Val: $159) @ Groupon


The Deal
$29.99 for a custom, tailored shirt with a complimentary showroom appointment (total value up to $159. Up to 81% off)

Available only in:
• Adelaide
• Canberra


• Clients can customise a shirt according to their size, style and colour
• Choose from hundreds of premium fabrics.
• Made-to-your-measurements.
• Choice of two locations–Canberra and Adelaide.
• Peruse the collection

The Fine Print

• Limit of 1 voucher per person
• Not valid on public holidays
• Valid only at Adelaide or Canberra showroom locations
• Valid during a Showroom appointment only, not online
• Deal not available for wedding groups
• Valid for any one tailored shirt within the InStitchu core range - up to $159 value
• Shirt fabrics must be chosen from the InStitchu core range of fabrics of which there are 326
• Shirts available for pick-up 4-6 weeks after measurement appointment
• Standard fine print for all deals

How to Redeem

• Valid to: 31 Aug 2018
• Email to book: [email protected]
• Phone to book: (02) 9222 2801
• State city/store location, preferred date and time, contact details, option purchased and Voucher and Security Code at time of booking
• Present printed or smartphone voucher on arrival
• Download free Groupon app for Android and iOS
• Valid Hours:
https://www.institchu.com/showrooms#locations; click into each showroom to find operating hours
• Locations:
Canberra - Shop 2, 54 Marcus Clarke St Canberra, 2601
Adelaide - 92-96 Flinders St, Adelaide SA 5000

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closed Comments

  • Readers please be aware of the negativity surrounding this brand
    My own experience

    Sorry for the lukewarm reception, OP - But welcome to OzBargain! Hope this doesn't discourage you from contributing to the community: Congrats on your first post!

    • I also had a disgusting experience. Almost ruined a family members wedding and added stress.

      They refunded in the end but would never go near them.

      Unprofessional tailors measure up and then it's sent to China and mass produced.

      Stay away!

  • +2 votes

    That's an insanely good price for a made to measure shirt. Bit misleading since most of their shirts are 99/109/119, but whatever.

  • InStitchu was previously banned for sock puppeting. Read the threads posted by bossmode - many bad reviews in there.

  • Good deal for this price if you want to give them a shot but I never liked their shirts. I was measured in their North Sydney store and when the shirts arrived they did not fit well at all. I went back to the same store to be remeasured so the shirts could be remade after which I was still was not happy with the fit.

    I now use Proper Cloth - they have more fabric choices and arrive faster. When I ordered from Institchu it was a 6 week wait, only takes 2 or 3 weeks with Proper Cloth. I also find that my shirts from Proper Cloth fit much better and are a much nicer fabric.

    My advice is to measure a shirt you already own which fits well instead of trying to measure your body - this gave me a better result.

    • Link for proper cloth?

        • out of curiosity, whats the cost like?

        • @Jonski: it is not cheap. Depending on which fabric you choose a shirt can range from $100 to $200. Worth it for me as I couldn’t find shirts which fit me suitably for wearing untucked on office casual Friday’s. I am short but not slim enough for the shirts which were the right length for leaving untucked (which is how I like to wear my shirt on more casual days)

    • Yes, read the reviews people. Reddit has some amazingly funny threads of comical commisions from InStichu and similar mass market "MTM" retailers. Just because something is marked "MTM", doesn't mean it'll be good fit and quality wise.

      You're better off spending on off the track, quality shirts than using a dodgy MTM service like InStichhu. They are not tailors, the people in the store are poorly trained salespeople.

      Proper Cloth and Luxire are the first goto places for decent online MTM/bordering on bespoke clothing. They actually have a library of clothes from various well-known makers. However, go in with the expectation of not having a PERFECT first commission, unless you send in a well fitting shirt for replication.