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post #61 of 64
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Originally Posted by add911_11 View Post

Actually notch lapel isn't the worse, the RTW dinner jacket from Richard Anderson has a notch lapel as well.
But again, dinner jacket will almost never look good unless bespoke

Almost never? That's pretty harsh. I see peak-lapel, ventless dinner jackets on eBay every week. I got mine there, and it's perfect. Actually, I've bought 4 on eBay and given them away to friends, each one under 15 euro. All ventless, none notched lapel. Little bit of tailoring and they look like a million. teacha.gif
post #62 of 64
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Originally Posted by becnal View Post

Almost never? That's pretty harsh. I see peak-lapel, ventless dinner jackets on eBay every week. I got mine there, and it's perfect. Actually, I've bought 4 on eBay and given them away to friends, each one under 15 euro. All ventless, none notched lapel. Little bit of tailoring and they look like a million. teacha.gif

you merely didn't try hard enough to nip-pick the fit. Nonetheless I am happy for you if you can find DJ that fit well off ebay.
post #63 of 64
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Originally Posted by becnal View Post

Almost never? That's pretty harsh. I see peak-lapel, ventless dinner jackets on eBay every week. I got mine there, and it's perfect. Actually, I've bought 4 on eBay and given them away to friends, each one under 15 euro. All ventless, none notched lapel. Little bit of tailoring and they look like a million. teacha.gif

you merely didn't try hard enough to nip-pick the fit. Nonetheless I am happy for you if you can find DJ that fit well off ebay.
post #64 of 64
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Originally Posted by paradoxical3 View Post

Well,

For my cousin's wedding they are forcing everyone to wear a Men's Wearhouse tux.  I politely asked if I could wear my own, but they say that want everyone matching.  Frankly, it's not worth creating a big stink out of arguing with them - it's their day, not mine.

Do they have any slim fix tuxes?  Is there a certain cut I should ask for?  Is there anything I can do to make it slightly less awful?  My only experience with a rental tux was years ago in high school, and it was not a good one.    

I'm thinking of wearing my own shoes....I have a feeling the patent leather ones they rent out will be shit.
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