And thanks everyone for the helpful advice!
That's actually not what I'm doing, but if I'm happy with the two I've now ordered, I will order one more, and at some point over the next 6 months or so, I should have had made a total of at least four. Indeed, I ideally need one or two more than that.OP, why do you need to have so many suits made all at once?
My wallet would certainly appreciate that, and it's no doubt excellent advice for many readers. However, I need the suits for work, and for me, blazers don't work for work.maybe get a half canvas navy blazer which should cover about 70% of your needs.
I understand your point and dieworkwear made a similar one. However, is this not basically the same as saying don't use a good MTM tailor? Because I believe good ones who don't offer both options are unusual. Anyway, that's my experience. And as I've mentioned, I do not have any better options that I can afford. Neither bespoke nor RTW are options for me. At least I am hedging my bets by trying two tailors now.My last point is, if a "tailor" offers all construction methods from fusing to full canvas, he is highly unlikely to meet the quality threshold that's acceptable on this forum. To avoid major disappointment down the road, I'd be leery of getting all my suits made by this tailor.