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post #16 of 17
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Thanks again for all the comments and suggestions. I know what I'm describing is trendy and not a classic design, but that's sort of the point. I don't want a business staple- I want something fun to wear to work when I feel like being different. I'm less worried about this suit being worn 5 or 10 years from now as I am that it won't look right or fit well when I first get it. Thus, I'll definitely be taking into consideration your comments about what aspects don't work well together and what may not suit my body type.
post #17 of 17
I would recommend going out on a limb here and not getting a house style suit in a less expensive fabric.

If you go traditional, I'd pick a high end fabric -- making it "special" enough to feel good about paying the $ for a custom job.

If you go stylish, consider one of the less expensive fabrics (such as the fabric on special) -- you can wear it frequently and if (when) it goes out of style or "gets tired" you won't be wed to a super-expensive fabric.
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