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Aug 29, 2021 - 10:51pm

Personally, I've had good experiences with Oliver Wicks for suits and Tie Bar for shirts.

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Aug 29, 2021 - 11:13pm

I would definitely try them out, especially if they have a promo (they usually do, ranging from $50 - $150). I have 2 from them (super 110 and 120) and in my opinion, they look much better than off the rack, as mine are both half-canvas. They also provide a voucher for any alterations you deem necessary after you receive your product, I believe ~$100 at the time I purchased the 2, a few years ago.

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Sep 1, 2021 - 2:12am

Echo above. Even though I've spent many years by now in finance, I still don't bother spending an egregious amount on suits given the diminishing utility and how great a suitsupply piece looks for just ~$500. These things last and are actually tailored pretty well. Sure they may not be the thicker cut lapel from Savile Row donning the classic pinstripes, but that's likely never going to be the vibe again lol.

Basically go Suitsupply whether you're a first year or a seasoned professional at this point. They're cheap, look good, and will last you the treachery of sitting and getting up multiple times in a herman miller chair whenever you're actually back in the office.

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Sep 2, 2021 - 11:22am

In my opinion, Suitsupply is a step above all around. Quality, look and durability are all slightly better and if you're close to a SS store the customer service is great (usually) and they'll get you in exactly what you want and tailor it as well. I will say I'm fairly loyal to suitsupply but I do have one Indo suit to compare. 

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Sep 3, 2021 - 5:16pm

Never tried indo but never felt the need to waver from SS if that says anything haha

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