You guys have ruined the sale of a very nice jacket.
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Edited by JimmyHoffa - 10/26/12 at 4:26pm
Well, everyone has a range. So they start from $1,300 and go up from there. Obviously the quality increases the further you go up. Often people are not judged on their entry level suits - they are often judged on the best quality they can produce.
I get the point though, PJ is unmatched in quality and fit (at the moment).
Not quite. Out of interest, how would you define quality?
The price of a PJ suit depends on the material you choose and whether you go for the hand finishing. You could get a suit in more costly material without the hand finishing options that will cost more than one with less expensive material but with the hand finishing.
PJ rightly gets a lot of good press but it would be a mistake to say they're the one and only.
If it was correct, it wouldn't solicit responses from other posters ;). Bale and Herringbone obviously have never claimed to be better than P Johnson - perhaps there is a user that has tried both and can confirm/deny the statement. As Rob said, we haven't yet seen a MTM Herringbone suit.
Good point Gerry. High quality fabric, no stitching, compared to a low quality fabric with hand stitching. I hadn't quite thought that one through. Time for bed, I am making myself look silly.
By the sounds of it though, P Johnson are the best MTM in Sydney - at the moment. Elite suits could do it, but submitting measurements into a spreadsheet and emailing it to the seller is so different to going to a shop and getting measured by the seller!
Why hand stitched side tabs, or is there a comma in there somewhere?
I've never really been attracted to M2M or bespoke. I'm a 6ft tall guy and apart from some decent musculature (90kg, 15%) I'm pretty average in terms of build. Something grey/navy, full wool, flap pockets, notch lapel and minimal shoulder padding and I'm right. Maybe if I were more adventurous...
Sorry this is largely a stupid question; but since I'm not very sartorially experienced here goes: Is a navy or blue odd jacket more casual? (when I say blue I mean something in this shade http://ethandesu.com/post/34350034443/the-simplest-way-to-dress-blue-blazer-light)