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post #31 of 37
If you're in NYC, stop by Seize Sur Vingt (www.16sur20.com). They have what you want.
post #32 of 37
This topic is great! Some relevant additions from MC: (* Is Abboud a mistake?) Does anyone know if the following labels have lines that meet the criteria (fashionable at a good price)?
  • Armani
  • Canali
  • Pal Zileri
  • Strellson
  • Isaia
  • Jones New York
And what lines are the right ones for CK and DK?
post #33 of 37
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Originally Posted by Get Smart
they're peak, but if you want notched I can easily accomodate that since each piece is made individually so a slim notch lapel is no prob

* and right now they're single button but am working on a high stance 3 button version as well

I just noticed the part about "thick as thieves", you'll have another customer when you start this, not that I need a suit or anything but they look badass.
post #34 of 37
Don't forget about Sacque suits too:

http://www.sacquesuit.com/

--Andre
post #35 of 37
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Originally Posted by Andre Yew
Don't forget about Sacque suits too:

http://www.sacquesuit.com/

--Andre

That's right, who got one? I rememver the feedback was very good.
post #36 of 37
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Originally Posted by Lysol
I wish there was a forum somewhere in between "Men's Clothing" and "Streetwear and Denim" in terms of attitude. I feel like the Men's Clothing section can be very off putting to those wishing to graduate from fanboy denim and hoodies but not dress like their fathers.

Hence, many men get sloppy by their mid-twenties, with some of them still wearing soiled or ill-fitting clothes from their school days.

To get back on topic, from that list of brands, Canali likely meets Jared's definition of "fashionable at a good price," if the right size is available at a discount retailer.
post #37 of 37
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Originally Posted by mensimageconsultant
Hence, many men get sloppy by their mid-twenties, with some of them still wearing soiled or ill-fitting clothes from their school days.

To get back on topic, from that list of brands, Canali likely meets Jared's definition of "fashionable at a good price," if the right size is available at a discount retailer.

while well constructed, i've never known canali to be slim or a good price.
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