I've been reading posts up & down this forum about what makes a great suit. Material, cut, fabric, branding, tailoring, off the rack, custom made etc. I've also encountered places like Indochino, Thick as Thieves etc. Read about Brooks Brothers 1818 line, J. Crew Ludlow, Hugo Boss, RLPL, RLBL, Italian suit designers I can't spell off the top of my head, and more. Now, I need some help What I'm looking for is a good quality, navy blue suit. Half or full canvassed. 100% Wool or darn close to something that wont fall apart on me in the 100s range (I'll go up. Convince me to go down). Two buttons, breast pocket, at least two inner pockets, notch or peal lapels, tailor fitted (I'll likely bring it to a tailor myself but a slim profile makes it easier on the tailor), and a modern look. things I'm not too meticulous about: Working button cuffs and brand. What this suit is going to be used for is mainly for interviews but also weddings, dinner nights, etc. No need for a suit in dental school. But keep in mind, I am a student, which means I'm not willing to drop more than $600, if even $600. Maybe $250-$500. Anyways here are the posts I've read that have helped me in my formulation of my ideal suit (And hopefully you guys can help me even more) http://www.styleforum.net/t/16859/quality-suit-construction-mediocre-and-the-best http://artofmanliness.com/2010/02/1...-suit-school-part-i-fused-vs-canvassed-suits/ http://www.styleforum.net/t/165142/affordable-quality-suit-needed http://www.styleforum.net/t/4877/best-quality-price-suit As of now, I'm looking at http://www.ctshirts.com/mens-suits?q=usddefault||||||||||||||| More specifically, http://www.ctshirts.com/men's-suits...default||EH002NAV||||38,|2057,||||||||&page=2 http://www.ctshirts.com/Navy-twill-tailored-fit-suit-jacket?q=usddefault||EP011NAV||||||||||||| Can someone help me make a more informed decision on buying a suit? I would rather not go to Macy's and buy a suit that will bubble or fall apart on me. Also, I'm wary of Nordstrom and their seemingly shoddy suits people look down upon. There's something about U.S. department store suits... Thanks for the help! It's greatly appreciated. Edit: Hopefully, this thread can also be a starting ground to anyone who's looking for their first suit in a world where it's becoming hard to find a durable, long-lasting, quality suit.