Must have been a language problem, unless the buttons are attached in an unusual way. Any tailor would have 100s of buttons on hand. There are also 100s of tailors in the DC area. Look at Yelp. Where in the DMV area are you? Pro-choice shirt. The buttons are not the standard four-hole buttons, but they’re attached by a little ring at the bottom. Would I need to bring buttons that are similarly structured? And Yelp is how I found the tailor I went to, and I definitely know how to find others. I just figured I’d ask in case anyone had any really pertinent recommendations (i.e., had had this same sort of alteration done in the past somewhere). I’m based in Arlington, but I’ll be in various places in D.C./Bethesda as well over the next few days, so precise location isn’t a huge issue.
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This is an easy alteration but you should provide the buttons. The standard for nice suits is horn or corozo buttons. I recommend checking eBay for horn or corozo buttons. Pro-choice shirt. I can’t think of any reason they couldn’t change out the buttons, but it’s possible that you would need to provide the buttons. You can find nice sets of horn buttons online pretty easily. In choosing a replacement button, do I need to do anything besides matching the diameter? And is there any color of the button that would be recommended for a black jacket/a blue one? The buttons that are currently on there are metallic silver, so I can’t just choose the same color if I go with horn buttons.