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"I ran into a Men's Wearhouse on Tuesday the 25th to get a suit for an awards celebration at my office. I needed the suit by the 27th to wear to work.I went in, had an awesome salesman. Told him my price cap was $250 and he stayed below that and didn't push me to go over. I picked one out, tried it on, the tailor came by and measured me to tailor the pants. I asked if I could have it the next night and was told "not a problem at all."I came back the next night, tried it on again, it fit perfectly and took it home. I had a fantastic experience and will go back to them again anytime!"
"Overall, a positive experience. Very high quality stuff. I bought a suit in-store and the in-store consultant was very friendly and knowledgable. They definitely have some kind of suggestive selling program, because the consultant was laying out everything from ties to socks without me asking for these items (I have to admit I took some of the shirts and ties he suggested because they really did look nice with the suit).Suit was tailored within 5 days. Consultant asked me when I was coming in to pick up the suit as he wanted to be there to make sure everything was OK. Well, I went there and the consultant I originally spoke to was not there. I spoke to another consultant and again the suggestive selling kicked in. This consultant saw I brought in new black shoes to see how they looked with my new suit, so he asked if I had brown shoes! He then tried to sell me a striped shirt with the suit. I can understand being a bit pushy on the original sell, but it was a bit annoying when I'm trying to pick up my final purchase.They also gave me a PerfectFit rewards card. They had mentioned a $50 gift certificate and I assumed this card was gift certificate. I showed this card to the consultant as I was talking about the gift certificate and then found out that the card is just a club card and not a gift certificate at the register. The register person said the gift certificate would come within 7 to 8 weeks.I'm not sure why this gift certificate cannot be given at the point of original sale, but I'm sure it's to get you back in the store to drop a few more bills.Any ways, the suit fits great and looks perfect. Like they say: you get what you pay for."
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