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Designs to look at for a specific suit style?

post #1 of 4
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Hi Folks,

I am trying to get an idea of where I should be looking for the specific suit I am looking for:

Namely, thinner lapels, a single-breasted, double vented jacket and slim, plain front pants in a modern cut in charcoal, navy, medium gray. Budget is up to $1000 US. Basically I want something that is modern but still understated. Thought I don't doubt the quality, the BBs suits do not appear to be what I am looking for. Any advice is appreciated. Thank you!
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Originally Posted by Markerbuoys View Post
Hi Folks, I am trying to get an idea of where I should be looking for the specific suit I am looking for: Namely, thinner lapels, a single-breasted, double vented jacket and slim, plain front pants in a modern cut in charcoal, navy, medium gray. Budget is up to $1000 US. Basically I want something that is modern but still understated. Thought I don't doubt the quality, the BBs suits do not appear to be what I am looking for. Any advice is appreciated. Thank you!
Ralph Lauren Black Label on sale (usually 2K+); alternatively, go for Thick as Thieves (www.thickasthievesla.com)
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Originally Posted by harry2quinn View Post
Ralph Lauren Black Label on sale (usually 2K+); alternatively, go for Thick as Thieves (www.thickasthievesla.com)

Should also state that I also am trying to avoid peak lapels.
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+1 for RLBL on sale. Make sure it fits as it requires a certain build to pull it off.
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