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post #1 of 12
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I just stepped in and ordered a midnight navy 2-button suit. Should receive in approx. 4 weeks and will update with pics.

 

I was quite impressed with the sheer amount of customization options. We'll see how everything comes out.

post #2 of 12

Nice. Have you ever ordered a suit from them before?

post #3 of 12
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No - first time. But has stellar 4.5/5.0 average reviews on Yelp (albiet probably by novices).

 

The suits they had in the small office showroom were pretty well put together, good canvassing, although for the base "stock" fabric that comes at that price level, it's a *bit* rough...not terrible though. Definitely wearable to the office in a high finance setting as long as its a solid color (hence my choice for solid midnight navy).

post #4 of 12
Mind if we ask price? Also, did you try purely based on Yelp reviews, or some other basis?
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Originally Posted by ohdannyboy View Post

Mind if we ask price? Also, did you try purely based on Yelp reviews, or some other basis?

 

$495 for basic suit. $595 for basic suit + 2 custom-sized shirts + 1 custom-sized tie (limited patterns available at this price level).

 

Yelp reviews were stellar, and the construction I saw on the jackets in the showroom was good. I was impressed enough to go ahead and give them a shot. I'll hear back in 4-5 weeks.

post #6 of 12
I've ordered a suit from them in the past. Ordered a VBC fabric in navy. Finished product had a full canvas and construction was very good. All in cost was under $1000. Will try to post picture sometime.
post #7 of 12
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Yeah, if all goes well, I see this as a "similar" / alternative to Thick as Thieves for those of us living in NYC.

 

You can do canvas chest piece, true half-canvas, or full-canvas.

 

I chose half-canvas (including lapel). They seemed like very sturdy/well-stitched suits -- the ones hanging on the racks in the showroom.

post #8 of 12

For someone who has had experience with both Enzo and LS Men's Clothing, how to the 2 compare? How about LS to other MTM for ~ $1000 in NYC?

post #9 of 12
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Getting close to getting my suit back after they had to do local alterations. I can say from current fittings, it looks very good and the stitching/construction quality is better than astor & black (if that means anything to anyone).

post #10 of 12

updates? pics of the suit?

post #11 of 12
Bumping this thread to ask: are the cuts here pretty much bespoke or more MTM? Getting fitted tomorrow and want it to be a more casual suit and a bit flashier than a traditional cut suit. Would suitsupply be more up my alley then?
post #12 of 12

Bumping this thread again. I have one shirt from Enzo (in Washington DC) that I'm pleased with and am picking up three more tomorrow. Wondering if OP (or anybody else) has experiences to share regarding Enzo.

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