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post #16 of 18
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Probably. But it's 10x easier just finding another suit. There's plenty of fish in the sea.

 

Problem is that with the exchange type (peso - dollar) is giving us a bit of a headache in terms of buiyng stuff. Imagine that all of the suddenly all imported stuff is 35% more expensive. eek.gif

 

Last year I bought some Zegna shirts for $3,900.00 pesos, that is $290 dollars. Right now those shirts are $4,700.00 ($350 usd). That's why I asked if there's a fix, my tailor (he only does alterations to the suits, he does not make suits cuase the market in here is really small) doesn't charge a lot for the fixes and he's really good. He may know what kind of fix this issue requieres, but I want also to know the fix in order to see if it's convinient or not. biggrin.gif

post #17 of 18
If you can splash out 290 dollars on Zegna shirts, you'll have no trouble finding decent suits on eBay. 200-300 dollars can easily buy you a nice used Belvest or Brioni suit, provided you have a trained eye, a good sense of your measurements, and some patience.
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If you can splash out 290 dollars on Zegna shirts, you'll have no trouble finding decent suits on eBay. 200-300 dollars can easily buy you a nice used Belvest or Brioni suit, provided you have a trained eye, a good sense of your measurements, and some patience.

 

I'm really sorry, I haven't saw this. Problem is shipping those items to Mexico, I believe. Also as you pointed out well, I will need a really good trained eye.

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