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S Cohen MTM at LS Men's Clothing in NY

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by ezx3000, Dec 29, 2015.

  1. ezx3000

    ezx3000 Active Member

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    I recently got fitted for a S Cohen half canvased suit at LS Men's Clothing in NY... total was around $750. Does anyone have experience with S Cohen/LS? Is it a good suit for the price or are there better options in that price range?
     
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    ezx3000 Active Member

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  3. Shirtmaven

    Shirtmaven Well-Known Member

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    without seeing the garment.
    I can only say, that izzy has been at this a long time.
    His prices are very fair.
    He will not push you out the door with a suit that does not fit properly.

    You may find a MTM suit for less money, but there are not many people in this city with his
    knowledge and expertise.

    if you are going for a super tight,fashionable garment, you might be better else wear.
     
  4. powerkicker

    powerkicker Well-Known Member

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    I had a S Cohen navy blazer that had the color bleed onto my dress shirts. I sent that one to Goodwill. It soured me on the maker.
     
  5. ezx3000

    ezx3000 Active Member

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    Thanks. That doesn't sound good... Maybe I should have went with the H Freeman
     
  6. taxgenius

    taxgenius Well-Known Member

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    I would not. H Freeman is not consistent as the other brands. Your'e more likely to get a better fit with the others.
     

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