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I think I'm generally ok with the suit, though it's hard to look all the way across the room. It's made to be slim, and that's what it looks like on you. Some questions that will let you know what I'd focus on:1) does the jacket cover your arse?2) does the jacket feel tight at the waist or in the arms?3) are the pants squeezing your junk?4) can you squat down without feeling like the pants will rip in the thigh or back?I love the color.
Call any store where you can speak their language and they may be able to ship it to you at home.
+30 = 85,030
yellow pages and yelp.
What do you wear for Napoli and York?
Fit is relative to the aesthetic you are trying to achieve. Compare the in store pictures to the in store salesmen and you'll see similarities.
+50 + 25 + 50 = 84,225
1) this topic can be found elsewhere on the forum. 2) but if you're not going to search, you at least have to give us some info before you're going to get any real responses. age? what type of job or industry? city? stuff like that. The answer for accountant in Minneapolis will be different from Marketing Exec in NYC,
Rick - curious, why are the shoulder measurements of the jacket smaller for the contemporary compared to the slim (for size 36 and 38 at least)? Also, are you going to stay with these lengths? They are shorter than Suitsupply. I worry that for anyone 6' and taller they may be too trendy short. Good looking fabrics.
Is it covering your arse? Sleeves are short but you probably figured that out already. Kinda hard to see since you're standing against a dirty backdrop, but looks decent.I also vote for ordering the 38R and 40R as a starting point.
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