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Toronto - Tello Clothiers

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SFA, May 28, 2010.

  1. SFA

    SFA Well-Known Member

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    Anyone know or have experience about this store? It is located in downtown Toronto (King St. West). How are the prices and what am I looking at in terms of range for things like pants, suits and sport jackets?

    Anyone also have experience or know anything about Rego Bespoke? The advertised prices on the window seemed a little more reasonable compared to others I've shopped around for.
     
  2. CunningSmeagol

    CunningSmeagol Well-Known Member

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    From the name, sounds like an fake ersatz rip-off Italian :vox: joint. I hope I am wrong.
     
  3. fwiffo

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    Anyone know or have experience about this store? It is located in downtown Toronto (King St. West). How are the prices and what am I looking at in terms of range for things like pants, suits and sport jackets?

    Anyone also have experience or know anything about Rego Bespoke? The advertised prices on the window seemed a little more reasonable compared to others I've shopped around for.


    If you want I can go and ask about the Tello one. I've walked by countless times.

    But Rego Bespoke is not bespoke. It's MTM. They also use a machine to use MTM measurements. They almost always have sales once every season.
     
  4. SFA

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    Just bringing this to the top to see if anyone has had experience with Tello? Walking by, I can see some of their stuff is nice.. Now it's just a matter of pricing.
     
  5. SFA

    SFA Well-Known Member

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    I know this thread in bumping up was started ages ago. But I figured it was better than starting a new one.

    Anyone have any experience with these guys (Yellow Clothiers) ? I walked by their store window and they're having a mtm suit special for 795.

    I've searched Google and other sites, and nothing was found.
     
  6. Ivon

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    Tello in First Canadian Place? I've walked by it plenty of times, but never been in. I think they sell Boss, Coppley. etc. Seems to be middle end, middle of the road. Might be worth a look, it's got stiff competition, Tip Top at the low end and Vassi, Rego and Harry Rosen at the high end. They must be doing something right to have survived so far. From the window displays, the clothes look wearable in a bank tower environment.

    Rego had a good sale on AE shoes (for retail in Canada) $299 for a reasonable selection of models last Boxing Week, can't speak for the MTO, but RTW isn't anything to write home about. Apparently they sell Brioni. Can't hurt to pop in if you are not feeling like shopping at Harry Rosen.

    One store worth a look is Nicolas in Yorkville, owner is passionate and VERY opinionated about menswear. He worked at Marc Laurent in it's heyday, clothes are a bit forward but very interesting.
     
  7. MyOtherLife

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    Rego does good work. I have 2 bespoke suits (Ermenegildo Zegna cloth) by Rego and am very happy with them both. Good point in mentioning Allen Edmonds carried by Rego. Nicolas is a good shop, and yes its owner is passionate. I purchased a sweater and a few shirts there. I recommend both shops.
     
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