Very good suits
I have purchased many suits. I am 50 and attend church every Sunday. I spent 2 years on a church mission wearing suits every day. Most of the 18 years in Big Accounting required suits. Most--not all--of my suits have been custom tailored for me in Taiwan from the finest fabrics at the discounted price of $800.
I sent my son on a two year mission to Argentina wearing suits purchased from suit mass sellers.
With my next son going to Milan on a mission, I wanted to try an upgrade. These suits were touted as $1,500 to $2,200. It was a risk, but I accepted the return and exchange costs to give it a try. The tailoring is of the highest quality. The fabric appears to be Super 150 as touted. Obviously, to do this, these are fashion overstock from the past few years. The colors are simple and boring. But we have no regrets. One suit we are sending back, because he only needed two, in exchange for a Georgio for another son. Outright returns are costly, but the risk is tolerable. For suits in the $150 to $300 dollar range, they are pretty close to incredible. You lose the right to try suits on without risk, so you had better know what you want. And you will pay for tailoring, which could be as low as $20 and as high as $80. I would recommend this clotheir if you are willing to roll the dice a little. Like Priceline hotels, I have rolled the dice over one dozen times and have always been ecstatic with the results. But I know that some day--after I have saved thousands, I will be disappointed. But not yet.