Good luck. I’ve tried at least 5 different well-known tailors with both shirts and suits. Also tried to a more Euro cut. Not happy with the cut or quality of any of them. They still style like 20 years ago. Most of their customers are old men. It’s almost the same concept as food, cut costs wherever possible. I’m baffled because my suits from 2 other Asian countries look and and just go and go.
PS: I can’t reach that website. It stalls out. His google map pictures are just average.
I think tailors get popular in Taiwan because of location, not necessarily because of quality. Like one next to a nice hotel or near a well known business or building will be popular not because of quality but because of location. I don’t think people in Taiwan are generally that picky or up-to-date on international standards, styles, trends, etc.
I suggest don’t go to or near tailors around Western hotels. These tailors learned their trade years ago and most customers are generally not in the best looking physical shape so the tailors will fit them large.
Here’s a trick. Ask what buttons are popular. They will usually offer up some flashy brighter odd style thats traditionally popular in Taiwan. Then I walk away.
Lately I’ve been keeping eyes open in Japanese areas of Taipei where they might style and fit more Euro style. Also, if I’m in a trendy restaurant or spot, and see a manager or staff with a nice suit, I will ask him.
If you have time and money, just get one made, then more if you like it.