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post #31 of 32
Finally saw the JAB tuxedo in person and was not a fan. The styling was very traditional, but the fit was terrible, with a boxy cut and very stiff padded shoulders. I prefer a more natural looking shoulder and slimmer cut.

I think i've narrowed my search to the following:

http://www.ctshirts.com/us/black-slim-fit-peak-lapel-tuxedo-jacket/SUD0010BLK.html?dwvar_SUD0010BLK_jacketSize=40&dwvar_SUD0010BLK_jacketLength=Short

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/eveningwear_package/tuxedo-black-plain/P1199I.html?cgid=Eveningwear_Package

http://www.overstock.com/Clothing-Shoes/Ike-Behar-1-Button-Peak-Tuxedo/11321599/product.html?recset=44e8a254-cf03-4a91-a618-cc3386f9ad75&refccid=FI7UMMG7ZPN27GSKFZM4O7SWIY&searchidx=0&recalg=63&recidx=0#reviews


The CT can be had for about $530, the SuSu for $570 and the Ike Behar for $320.

Which is my best option? Leaning towards the CT, but not sure how the quality is and the lapels look a bit odd...
post #32 of 32
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Originally Posted by breakaway01 View Post

The SuSu tuxedo is cut like the Napoli; relatively wide shoulders and slim trousers. Construction wise it is fine for the price. Haven't seen the JAB tuxedo in person but it seems like a reasonable choice as well; the styling is certainly classic. Also check out the Benjamin tuxedo from eHaberdasher. The Benjamin suits seem to be well liked around here. I haven't seen one in person.

This. The Benjamin tux will be way better quality than anything you'll find at Jos A Bank.
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