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post #16 of 21
Well it's not just that, it's the fact that pretty much everything about BB suits is TOO tradly and American.
post #17 of 21
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Originally Posted by Jovan
Well it's not just that, it's the fact that pretty much everything about BB suits is TOO tradly and American.

Haha you're batting a thousand . First you coined semi-bespoke and now tadly. What will you think of next
post #18 of 21
I have a CK suit made for a department store. It is definitly fused. This particular one is rather blocky and the shoulders are moderatly padded.
The quality is ok but not worth $650 maybe more like $300. Your friend may just like the color and pattern of the suit. Once he recieves the suit he may change his mind, Bluefly has 90 day return policy.
post #19 of 21
I don't know about anyone else here, but I live in a relatively small market (Indianapolis) and have been able to get what I think are pretty good deals from a local tailor (Manzoni blazer, 150's, for less than $400). There has to be a magazine or something in St. Louis that lets you know where the local talent is.
post #20 of 21
One of the posters had a link to their Chicago and St. Louis stores. I plan to go next time I am in Chicago.

http://www.marlonaustin.com/
post #21 of 21
There are two excellent menswear stores in St. Louis:

Mister Guy
9831 Clayton Rd
Saint Louis, MO 63124
(314) 692-2003

Zegna, Vestimenta, Etro, Samuelson. This place has the best deals during sale time.

Sam Cavato
265 Plaza Frontenac
St Louis, MO 63131
(314) 997-1100

Brioni, Canali, Ravazzoli

Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue always disappoint me, but they're both at Frontenac Plaza.
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