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lol @ face scribbled out, but has face in avatar.

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post #17 of 27
Thread Starter 

haha, my grammar is horrible i know.

i dont live in usa, so i dont know about the suit shops there.

here in UK, ZARA is a decent brand....but well not good for suits i guess...

i am from italy, haha, so my english is not the best.

I saw on a shop of a brand called moss, they have pretty decent suits, and i can buy one for round £250, and the best thing is that is taylor made with my measurements...so it will fit much better i guess. but its just the measurements that are wrong in this suit? or is the suit itself.

cheers.

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post #19 of 27
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Originally Posted by rogargaro15 View Post

haha, my grammar is horrible i know.
i dont live in usa, so i dont know about the suit shops there.
here in UK, ZARA is a decent brand....but well not good for suits i guess...
i am from italy, haha, so my english is not the best.
I saw on a shop of a brand called moss, they have pretty decent suits, and i can buy one for round £250, and the best thing is that is taylor made with my measurements...so it will fit much better i guess. but its just the measurements that are wrong in this suit? or is the suit itself.
cheers.

The suit does not fit you: Surely you are not saying it is made to measure? Take or send it back then get measured properly.
post #20 of 27
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Originally Posted by mrjester View Post

lol @ face scribbled out, but has face in avatar.

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How do you know the avatar is the poster?

OP, follow the advice about searching and reading SF and getting measured correctly for a suit.
post #21 of 27

 You live in the UK?

 

 

 Go to Saville Row in London, maybe?

 

 

The suit fits pretty badly.

post #22 of 27
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Originally Posted by johnvw View Post


How do you know the avatar is the poster?

OP, follow the advice about searching and reading SF and getting measured correctly for a suit.

At a two second glance, same curtains, same window, same hair/hairline, same ill-fitting suit.

 

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Yeah you're 15 and don't know how to buy a suit but let's suggest Savile Row.

post #23 of 27
Thread Starter 

you really think i have that much money to spend on a suit?Saville row its pretty expensive. 

and for the last person that replied-

i dont like your tone, I am 18. I dont know about america, but in the UK people are more polite. 

for the others.

I went to Zara today,returned the suit and now i got another one at Moss, the suit is from French connection. the guy from the shop said that the suit was good, a nice fit.

i got it for about 300 dollars. they had made to measure suits,but the price was in about 500 dollars,so a little over my budget.

after i will psot the pics with the new suit.hopefully will be better.

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post #25 of 27
Don't mind the rude people. The Saville Row suggestion was weird, since we had a good idea what your budget is based on where you got your suit. Next time, it would help to say what your budget is up front.

At sub-500 suits, you'll want to make sure you see a great tailor for sure. That's what will raise the level, so be sure to have money aside set for that.

Also, I'd suggest educating yourself on what makes a suit fit well. Just because the guy at the shop said the fit was good, doesn't mean it is. He's a salesman first. Some people here have even said the people at Tom Ford, whose suits cost $4000+, has fed them the same line when it wasn't true (I never had such an experience with them, but that's confirmation bias).
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post #27 of 27
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Originally Posted by Geruvah View Post

Don't mind the rude people. The Saville Row suggestion was weird, since we had a good idea what your budget is based on where you got your suit. Next time, it would help to say what your budget is up front.

At sub-500 suits, you'll want to make sure you see a great tailor for sure. That's what will raise the level, so be sure to have money aside set for that.

Also, I'd suggest educating yourself on what makes a suit fit well. Just because the guy at the shop said the fit was good, doesn't mean it is. He's a salesman first. Some people here have even said the people at Tom Ford, whose suits cost $4000+, has fed them the same line when it wasn't true...


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