After an afternoon of shopping, I found two suits that could work. I seemed to be more drawn to the navy suits than the brown/tan/cream/gray ones. Only concern is that my more formal suit is also navy and I'm not sure I want to duplicate. Both fit great, though the Suit Supply one is a little better.
This one from JCrew
Or this one from suit supply
Are Suit Supply and JCrew of similar quality? What are you thoughts SF?
I work in software. Anything goes (one coworker wears shorts and sandals every day), but I wear nice jeans or cords, OCBD or patterned button down, and leather shoes. My shirts are untucked a lot of the time.
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