I just opened mine but the crinkling is fairly noticeable. Do you know if there's any way to get them out permanently? Not sure if ironing or a press would do the trick.
It is intentionally wrinkled isn't it? Just wear it, maybe not to a job interview though. If they had it in navy, I would get one, I have more than enough grey suits.
Edit: well I don't know where you plan to wear this so maybe I should keep my thoughts to myself. I mostly wear suits for fun and not everyone does that. I could do a wrinkled suit from time to time---that doesn't work for everyone though, especially if you work at a conservative office and need a day to day suit. Edited by DLester - 10/16/13 at 8:02pm
It'd be more for special occasions, so it's not that important.
Thing is, though, it's not that wrinkled. LIke you can barely tell the front is wrinkled at all. It's only really noticeable at the lower arms, lower legs, and back. Makes it kind of awkward imo. If it were clearly intentionally wrinkled it might be a different story.