Originally Posted by SartorialGhostOfVTR
No problem. Online forums are for discussion. 90+ percent of the time, you'll have to tailor your suit regardless of the brand. With the right tailoring, that suit could become a winner. However, if you're willing to go on a treasure hunt, you can find suits in the same price range that have a better cut for your body. That suit looks pretty boxy. The shoulders look squared at the beginning of the sleeve. If I were going to have something done, I'd take in the waist and clean up the back. I may think about taking in the chest as well. It may cost to have the clothes tailored, but having the perfect (or near perfect) fitting suit makes up for the cost.
Thanks for that, I did decide to return it -- in the end it was the shoulder line, that can't be fixed and just doesn't look good. I live in Vancouver, Canada, so unfortunately the suit options here are limited (I've already exhausted all the main stores around here, found some great suits for around $600+, but not looking to spend that much just yet)