Ambulance: Â I also see those Jiwani inserts in various legal publications, and know a few lawyers who've purchased custom made suits and accessories from them. Â I'm personally not a big fan (at least from what I've seen). Â And although their prices are reasonable for a custom-made suit, they're not cheap either. Â I think it may be worth a first foray into the world of custom-made clothing, but not much more than that. Â In other words, if you're real anxious to try a custom-made suit but don't want to (or can't) spend significant bucks to do it, this might not be a bad starter experiment. Â Assuming you have no major bodily deformities that would significantly benefit from the custom process, my thought is to stick with off-the-rack (or, as a compromise, made-to-measure) "brand names" for that price (if you have a good tailor, that is). By the way, Tom James Clothiers is another Jiwani-like company that, in my view, does similar work at comparable prices. Â And although they're somehow affiliated, I think, with Oxxford (arguably the best American-made suit you can buy), most of what I've seen from them hasn't been terribly impressive. Â That, unfortunately, hasn't stopped the local Tom James rep from continuing to solicit me at my office on a regular basis. Â Same concept, though, on the introduction to the world of custom-made (the good thing about Tom James, I suppose, is that they come to your office for the various fittings- one of only a handful of occasions in which you'll find yourself in your office pants-less).