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OP, given your age and recent entree in to the frat world, shouldn't you be asking this question of the ladies at your school, not some faceless dewds on the internet? Wear to class whatever makes you feel comfortable while you fall asleep during lecutres, and wear to parties whatever gets you laid. You have the rest of your life to worry about the merits of 80-count vs 100-count OCBD shirts.
I think you need to go find what you're looking for on this site instead of waiting for it to come to you. Explore, click, read, laugh, cry, learn. There are pages and pages and pages and pages of people wearing clothes and other people commenting on the fit, the style, the color palette. Look at WAYWRN and Manton's Good Taste threads, and the 101 threads. Put in some effort and you will be rewarded.
If he is trying to work for a bank then he's going to need to wear that suit beyond the interview. This is a good chance for him to learn the value, if he so chooses to care about his appearance, of proper fit, structure, and materials. Being in NYC, he has access to most of the fantastic brands from around the world, and also many well-known tailors. Do what you need to do here, but I would seriously consider having him learn this stuff, so that when he's buying his...
Out of curiosity, how do you get clients? People call you up and say "I dress badly, help!"?
Nice looking suit. Does the Tiberias webpage improve once you are a member? It seems haphazardly set up as it is. How are the prices?
Methinks you're overthinking it.
I wear mine comfortably just a tad above my hips. I just pulled them up to my belly button and the boys weren't squished.
Lose weight so your thighs don't rub?Did you order a higher S-count fabric? Some of the more luxurious stuff is thinner and could wear out quicker.
You live in New York, as in one of the fashion capitals of the world? You can find plenty of fantastic places that carry trousers.
I've had my suit from them for nearly 3 years now. I initially wore it once a week or every other week. It's ok, but I'm losing the love, and it is moving down the rotation. The shoulders, which are lightly padded, are getting a little wonky. I've had to have an alterationist re-sew the lining of the pants, and I've had to reinforce a few buttons. While passable, the fabric isn't anything to write home about (and I wouldn't expect it to be for
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