Not to mention that the only Brionis most people see are the ones posted on the internet. If the suit fits well, wear it. Seriously, no dude is going to start checking out your sleeve buttons. And if he does, start moving away. Edit: To clarify, some people get hung up on the idea that suit "quality" depends on working sleeve buttons, pick stitching, and all those assorted frills that they see on pictures of Kitons. Or they get tied up with how they're constructed with this special kind of shoulder done by master artisans. You can't judge a suit by those qualities alone. You're going to have to put it on and wear it. I don't know if any single person has worn more than 4 of the brands mentioned, but they'd be ideal candidates for ranking them. Much of a "good fit" is dependent on the body of the wearer. As such, that criterion is of limited usefulness -- unless we are creating individual lists of what fits best on us. That said, attributes such as the type of canvassing affect fit. Consequently, it is better to focus on those objective attributes than the more vague and subjective "fit".