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It means that one will be able to purchase one half of a suit during December, eg: a jacket, or trousers. Presumably, the other half would available after a decent interval. For three piece suits this raises the issue of a more complicated sequential purchase which is best resolved by contacting the retailer.
The three choices you offer show a bland, corporate, sameness. If your business environment permits a bit more elegant sophistication I would opt for something like a nail head in blue or gray: http://www.levinerwood.com/2010/02/23/night-and-day/ https://www.google.com/search?q=nailhead+suit+fabric&client=safari&sa=X&rls=en&biw=1125&bih=699&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&ved=0CBwQsARqFQoTCNG_0o7U6MgCFRDgYwodNqALKA#imgrc=rQD-Un43fFVQMM%3A Back when I was gainfully employed,...
Boggi is a good suggestion. Also try La Rinascenti, Milan's major department store on the Piazza del Duomo. I was there in Sept 2014 looking for all cotton polos- the weather was unseasonably warm. Selection was good and prices were high for standard brands like La Coste. https://www.rinascente.it/rinascente/it/store/12/milano/
Suit Supply is hardly English Style.
There are probably no "English-Style" tailors in New York at your price point. In fact English-Style is not common except for Longsdail and Reeves. I would also venture a guess that in London it will be difficult, if not impossible to get several fittings owing to the the tailors taking time off for the holidays. Good luck.
I wear Brown Suede Ludwig Reiter three eyelet "Spitzderbies" They are very well-made and not inexpensive. Unfortunately, they dropped the last that fits me, so another pair for me would be a special make up at 100 Euros extra. Base price around 700+ Euros http://www.stylebop.com/grafic/product2/154/900/154581.jpg Imagine these in suede.
Beautiful tweed. Looks like a British cut- slanted pockets, etc. Such a jacket calls for Cavalry Twills in tan, taupe or gray. http://www.cordings.co.uk/tan-cavalry-twill-trousers.html https://www.flickr.com/photos/21258969@N05/11537742025
You should get veldtshoen type boots. They are waterproof. Several vendors make them: http://www.tredders.com/brands/alfred-sargent/alfred-sargent-veldtshoen-collection/alfred-sargent-veldtschoen-selkirk-dark-brown.html http://www.crockettandjones.com/product/snowdon-oak Less expensive options: http://loomstate.blogspot.com/2012/02/veldtschoen-variations.html
Now for something completely different. Came in my email today. http://justviral.eu/2015/09/13/17-photos-that-prove-that-walmart-is-a-different-planet/people-of-walmart-4/
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