Episode 51: Getting a COVID Test and Shopping for Online Custom Clothing During a Pandemic

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And speaking of coronavirus… As someone who’s had very good experiences with online custom/made-to-measure clothing, I wonder if clothing companies that use that business model will get traction during a time when people can’t go into stores or visit a tailor. In terms of ease, quality and cost, it really solves a problem. In our new normal, might it grow as a new, viable option when in-person shopping and tailoring will be limited for the foreseeable future? We’ll see.

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