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Richard James MTM


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Feb 9, 2020
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Hi style gurus,

New member here, so please be gentle! I've seen that Richard James have an offer at the minute on their bespoke collection and couldn't find any previous threads on the subject so decided to post.

I myself am looking for a 3 piece navy suit for my wedding in May in England. So I took a trip down to Richard James, customer service was really good. I was looking at their MTM service (half canvas) which is below their handmade MTM service. My budget is around £1400. But wanted to know anyones experiences. Has anyone bought RJ MTM before?

If anyone has any suggestions please let me know. I've read quitea few threads on SF and based on others don't think i would opt for Cad and the Dandy or Graham Browne.


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