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MTM in Boston

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Can anyone recommend a custom or MTM tailor in Boston. I'm looking for something along the lines of LS/Izzy or Mr Ned from NYC.

Thanks
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Bump... I'm moving to Boston soon and would like to find someone for a suit and a tux. I've used Mr. Ned in NYC in the past but was looking for someone in the Boston/Cambridge area.

At the moment I'm overseas so unable to do what kitonbrioni suggests...
 

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For real bespoke (at less than SR prices, but more than Mr Ned), you have Rizzo in Cambridge and Raymond on Federal St downtown.

For more MTM-ish things, you have Brooks, RL, a Greenfield source on Newbury St, and maybe others.
 

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