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Top 10 Bespoke Tailors Toronto

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Satsuke, Oct 8, 2011.

  1. Satsuke

    Satsuke Member

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  2. Ebichuman

    Ebichuman Senior member

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    Come on, they included Daswani?! WTF?

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  3. Twotone

    Twotone Senior member

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    Toronto has ten tailors? I'm impressed and will add it to my travel itinerary.
     
  4. zip2da

    zip2da New Member

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    My top two go like this:

    1. Matt Masciangelo of Masciangelo design
    2. Bulloch Tailors

    I had suits made by both recently and I am very happy. However, Masciangelo has become by go-to-guy for several reasons:
    - listens very well to the customer
    - will research and seek out new fabrics on your behalf
    - favors a more tapered, slim cut to the suits

    Bulooch did a very good job and I have no regrets. The fabric and workmanship is top notch. Only significant difference is the suit is cut a little bit more conservative. I prefer Masciangelo's slim cuts better.

    In my opinion, you cant go wrong with either of these. Several others on that so-called top-10 list are very dubious. (Greenshag and Harry Rosen in particular.) Walter Beauchamp is solid, according to friends, as is Trend Custom Tailors, which a lot of the younger guys like.
     
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    James Douglas Collection Active Member

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  6. RogerP

    RogerP Senior member

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    Could you give some idea of their respective starting price points for a two-piece suit?
     

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