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post #31 of 39
My only experience with Salgado was right before they moved (still in same vicinity). They had a sale on some stuff, and I bought a tie. I was looking at one tie, told the tailor there what colour suit I was going to wear it with, he suggested a different tie.

His suggestion was much better then what I'd looked at.

Not much to go on, but I'd rather go to a tailor with good taste then not ...
post #32 of 39
I have to say what I'd really like is a tip off to some home-based tailors. I know they are out there. A guy I work with, a friend of his father's was a tailor, worked out of his own home, sadly retired.

My wife's ex-bf's father was a tailor, worked out of his own home, making suits.

There are old italian and greek guys doing this, I just too damn WASP to be connected to them. Anyone?

I've got a maxwell's suit, I should post pics. Its fused (I believe) and baggier then most here would like (although I can't blame them for that, I didn't tell them otherwise). But its at least a benchmark of what you can get for 500-600/suit in Toronto (made elsewhere).
post #33 of 39
$500 to $600 for a custom made suit?? That's a good deal.

If you post you pics of the Maxwell suit, that will be great!
post #34 of 39
Anybody ever hear of Lou Miles? http://www.loumyles.ca/
They are in Vaughan.

The website looks a little crappy but the store pics look nice.

The website says they are fully canvased.

Anybody got any idea is they are any good? MTM or Bespoke? Price?
post #35 of 39
The picture of the Lou Miles retail store looks amazingly similar to;

http://www.stagionimens.com/Pan/pan.htm
post #36 of 39
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The picture of the Lou Miles retail store looks amazingly similar to;

http://www.stagionimens.com/Pan/pan.htm

Wow your right. It's the same space with a few different displays in it.

Anybody ever heard of Stagioni Mens http://www.stagionimens.com
post #37 of 39
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Wow your right. It's the same space with a few different displays in it.

Anybody ever heard of Stagioni Mens http://www.stagionimens.com

I've bought things from Stagioni before: a Pal Zileri linen SC, a Corneliani SC, a pair of pants, and several rain coats.

Prices were $800 for each SC.

Prices are half or so of Holts, Harry's etc.

Stagioni carries the european fits for Canali and some other brands. They also carry lines you cannot find elsewhere like Tombolini.

The owner is a very patient person and will tell you honestly whether something fits you. There is no pressure whatsoever IME.
post #38 of 39
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Originally Posted by Doxe View Post
I've bought things from Stagioni before: a Pal Zileri linen SC, a Corneliani SC, a pair of pants, and several rain coats.

Prices were $800 for each SC.

Prices are half or so of Holts, Harry's etc.

Stagioni carries the european fits for Canali and some other brands. They also carry lines you cannot find elsewhere like Tombolini.

The owner is a very patient person and will tell you honestly whether something fits you. There is no pressure whatsoever IME.

So they are not a MTM/Bespoke shop?

Is there any relation to Lou Miles?
post #39 of 39
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Originally Posted by joegrec View Post
Wow your right. It's the same space with a few different displays in it.

Anybody ever heard of Stagioni Mens http://www.stagionimens.com

I've been in there. I wasn't really impressed, as they had a pretty limited selection. However, I do recall the prices being quite competitive.
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