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    I am looking for a made to measure suit for an upcoming event. I am considering Reiss, but was wondering if anyone has any suggestions of good quality places?

    Thanks in advance?

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    Price range?

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    Asuitthatfits.com is where I get all of mine. Anywhere realistically between 350-600 for a 2 piece

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    Suit Supply comes in at the same, if not slightly less, than Reiss and seems to have a better rep for quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Creed View Post
    Asuitthatfits.com is where I get all of mine. Anywhere realistically between 350-600 for a 2 piece
    Creed, do you start with the 'professional', 'premiere' or 'distinguished' range?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ukalec View Post
    Creed, do you start with the 'professional', 'premiere' or 'distinguished' range?
    I usually go for the cloth pattern I like then they'll tell me the price - the more interesting and unique ones tend to be in the distinguished range but I have plenty from the other two, and they are all good quality cloth. In fact I have one now in the 'distinguished' range in black called a sharkskin weave, and it's probably one of my most boring suits, so I tend not to pay too much attention to the cloth ranges. I also visit the branches and look through the swatches, but they do post them out too. I don't find the swatch images on their site to be that representative.

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