If you want true bespoke (your own pattern, a wide range of high quality fabrics, measurements followed by several fittings, fully canvassed, hand sewing, etc) you probably have to forget about the $400 stuff. Can you get something at that price? Sure, but you're going to get something probably fused with glue, shitty fabrics, and generally poor quality relative to what you can get mid-high end RTW. If you go true bespoke with a good tailor you'll have something that is exactly what you want and will probably last the rest of your life. The best well known bespoke tailor in that area, that travels anyway, is probably WW Chan ( WW Chan
). They have locations in Shanghai and Hong Kong, and they travel with a regular and reliable schedule, so if you did use them and have something made, it would be easier to order new stuff in the future. What you pay will be dependent on what fabric you choose, but you're probably looking at $1-1.5K for a jacket, $1.2-2K for a two piece suit. Now, that's not cheap, but it's comparable for what you'd pay for high end ready to wear, but it's going to fit a lot better and you can have it made in any style with whatever details you want. That's about half to 2/3 what you'd pay for Savile Row or Naples bespoke and I know a lot of guys who use Chan and have some really good looking jackets and suits.