I would like to add one more thing about going bespoke, and I will use Kabbaz as an example (though I have not yet enjoyed the pleasure of working with Kabbaz). One of the great benefits I derive from going for a bespoke garment, and more specifically, working with a bespoke artisan, is that I know, time in and time out, that I will get extreme product excellence as well as extreme service excellence. I haven't used a bespoke shirtmaker, but I don't think I would need to be fitted more than the first couple of times to get the patterns correct. After that, I'm just placing orders based on my style choices and fabrics, which actually saves time over the life of my shirt purchases. For my own bespoke tailor here, I don't have to get fitted over and over again. I just go in for the first fitting, and assuming nothing's crazy about the fit, the garment should fit pretty closely. As I work more with him (this last jacket was only my second garment done by him), we might get to a point where he knows me so well that one fitting might be all it takes. It's a relationship. I guess there's something cool about that, I suppose. And the confidence in knowing that I have a suberbly fitting jacket/shirt/pair of shoes is cool, but the label isn't what makes it such.