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Harry Rosen bespoke vs ISAIA MTM

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Hey guys,

Wondering if anyone has an opinion between the following: Harry Rosen bespoke suit vs ISAIA MTM. They’re both around the same price point.
The Harry Rosen bespoke obviously gives the bespoke experience, it would be my first one and I would also be able to learn about what to expect and understand the process. You’d be able to customize virtually anything you want on the suit as well.
On the other hand, I’ve always wanted an ISAIA suit. But it’s only made to measure. I’m big on brands, and typically don’t go for the typical department store brands (Harry Rosen or Holt Renfrew shirts/shoes etc).
I feel that bespoke could possibly be a good enough reason to go with the department store tailors as they would know what they’re doing, but there’s a reason why ISAIA has built their reputation on being some of the nicer suits out there.

So in short, looking for opinions on if you had to make a choice, what would you choose?
 

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