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post #2011 of 2018
Just bought all 3 pieces of this 'Made in America' seersucker suit.

Any suggestions on shoes (color and style) to wear with this?

post #2012 of 2018
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Originally Posted by Jackboot View Post

Just bought all 3 pieces of this 'Made in America' seersucker suit.

Any suggestions on shoes (color and style) to wear with this?

It's a cool suit, but I'm thinking you will have to stow it away until next June. Unless you live somewhere really hot, I'm not sure that it's appropriate for fall.
post #2013 of 2018
Yeah, it is no coincidence the colour of the seersucker suit is light - the fabric and the colour are both made for very hot days.

But the good thing is that in my opinion, you could wear them as separates whenever you want.
post #2014 of 2018
I live in traditional seersucker country (hot and humid) so it's a perfect suit for me to own. Even so, I probably won't be wearing it until next summer.
post #2015 of 2018
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Originally Posted by Jackboot View Post

Has anyone else seen this suit (at 50% off now):

http://www.clubmonaco.com/product/index.jsp?productId=18420796

I purchased it a few weeks ago. It is a really nice blend...50% silk, 35% linen, 15% wool (IIRC). Seems like a really nice buy for the price. Unfortunately the trousers look like they are sold out.

I am very interested in this suit but looks like 38R is sold out...and I don't see the matching trousers. I own one Club Monaco Grant suit and actually prefer the fit and cut over JCrew's Ludlow suits. I'm going to have my eye open for more Club Monaco suits!
post #2016 of 2018
I'm sure this was already covered in this thread, but if the Canada online store has stock of a certain size, but the US doesn't, will the US eventually get the sizes Canada has that doesn't sell?
post #2017 of 2018
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Originally Posted by Dinky89484 View Post

I'm sure this was already covered in this thread, but if the Canada online store has stock of a certain size, but the US doesn't, will the US eventually get the sizes Canada has that doesn't sell?

I don't think so. The Canadian stock is actually located across the border in Canada. There is no good reason for them to go through the hassle (red tape) and expense of getting the Canadian stock across the border into the USA.
post #2018 of 2018

Has anybody here picked up any of the Seth trousers? Curious about the inseam and whether or not the waist is TTS or vanity.

thanks

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