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A Suit That Fits

Deipnosophist

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www.asuitthatfits.com

Hi, I was wondering if anybody here has experience of this company, A Suit That Fits. They make a large proportion of their overall revenue from the aforementioned online store, but have shops in Liverpool Street and Canary Wharf, both in London.

They offer 'bespoke' (most accurately MTM) suits from £150, but for nicer items you'll be looking at £250 or so. The reason I turn to them, however, is not because I believe they will be the best quality in the world, but because they offer a "Get Noticed!" range of fabrics (https://www.asuitthatfits.com/shop/index.php?option=com_displaycolours2&task=cat&Itemid=276), and I am really looking for some more showy suits for various events that are coming up soon.

Yes, they're not wholly practical and yes, they're garish. But I ask all purveyors of style (who I fear will cringe at what they see) to try instead to focus on the quality of both the fabrics offered and, more importantly, the fit. At such reasonable prices, if I provide accurate measurements, will the suit really fit well. And, if it's slightly off, will it be anything a deft tailor can't fix?

Many thanks for reading, and for any help you provide,

Deip.
 

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do a search, they've been discussed, and dismissed, more than once on this board.
 

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