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Hello, I need a suggestion, my motto for life, and for the company I am working on starting is, relaxation. I want my business suit to reflect my life, and business motto. I know first that a constricting tie is not relaxing at all. So do you guys have a suggestion for a relaxing suit style? I am current just wearing my street wear, linen pants, Hawaiian shirts and blue loafers.

If you could help me that would be great, thank you.
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The Oceans series of movies, starring Brad Pitt and George Clooney. Where to find clothing like that and works with your budget and looks good on you - need more information from you first.
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The Oceans series of movies, starring Brad Pitt and George Clooney. Where to find clothing like that and works with your budget and looks good on you - need more information from you first.

Such as?

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Approximate location, measurements, and budget.
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Approximate location, measurements, and budget.

Central Oklahoma, I dont have a local tailor i'll have to drive a little bit but i wear a 38x30 waistline pants and a xlarge shirt, and my budget is roughly 3k

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(Sorry for the delay - didn't see a notice of an update.) Brooks Brothers, Saks Fifth Avenue (outlet - yes, strange for that part of the country), Dillard's, Jos. A. Bank (Signature Gold on sale), and (if that fails, higher-end things like Jhane Barnes and Jack Victor from) Men's Wearhouse. Edit: single-breasted, probably 2-button. For dress shoes - http://www.mrooleys.com/services/shoes - and maybe DSW and Jos. A. Bank. Get measured for dress clothes and shoes first. Dress pants, casual pants, and other clothing can be ordered online from places like Nordstrom and Lands' End. $3000 sounds like maybe too much to invest, and frankly it's probably worth investing a tiny bit below. The instructions in this post don't (and can't) go into nearly enough detail to ensure a good outcome.
Edited by mensimageconsultant - 4/10/13 at 1:08pm
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(Sorry for the delay - didn't see a notice of an update.) Brooks Brothers, Saks Fifth Avenue (outlet - yes, strange for that part of the country), Dillard's, Jos. A. Bank (Signature Gold on sale), and (if that fails, higher-end things like Jhane Barnes and Jack Victor from) Men's Wearhouse. Edit: single-breasted, probably 2-button. For dress shoes - http://www.mrooleys.com/services/shoes - and maybe DSW and Jos. A. Bank. Get measured for dress clothes and shoes first. Dress pants, casual pants, and other clothing can be ordered online from places like Nordstrom and Lands' End. $3000 sounds like maybe too much to invest, and frankly it's probably worth investing a tiny bit below. The instructions in this post don't (and can't) go into nearly enough detail to ensure a good outcome.


I will check those companies out, thanks man :D

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