Sounds like you are buying a first "good" suit, and one that you will be wearing not only in moot court competitions, but also hopefully as a future lawyer. That being the case, you should NOT go for something "trendy" in my opinion. I fear you are leaning towards a bold pinstripe, high stance three button "designer" suit. This is not what you want to wear in moot court competitions, nor at business meetings, etc. as a lawyer. Trust me. It will make you look and feel out of place -- like a "kid" who thinks he's cool -- and most likely you will get a piece of garbage (for example, Z Zegna cuts looks good on a mannequin, but on the human body the poor quality shines through). Now, that doesn't mean that you can't choose something stylish. I feel most comfortable in my law office when I'm wearing my charcoal grey Oxxford suit, but you should feel free to get something with slightly more waist suppression, more structured shoulders, etc. I shudder to think how as a law student you are prepared to spend $1500. Is that U.S. dollars. If you don't mind dropping that much money and are convinced that going onine is your best bet, the quickest way to go would be Ebay and getting an Attolini suit from worldsfinest (that's his seller name, I believe). I recommend this because he is a reputable seller and has a great selection of sizes and styles. Attolini will give you a stylish and modern cut -- high armholes, narrower silhouette, great button stances (their high stance two buttons would be my personal choice here), and double vents -- but will be timeless in style and uber-high quality. Go with something dark -- dark grey or charcoal is preferred over navy in my opinion, just because I find it more versatile with shirts and ties -- and get a muted thin pinstripe or a subtle plaid/windowpane pattern (if you don't want to go with a solid, that is). Subtlety is the key here. For a first suit -- especially one where you will be using it for moot court -- you don't want something that "stands out" too much in terms of pattern. Some here may argue that I'm being too traditionalist, but as a recent law graduate I speak from experience. If you don't want to spend $1200 on an Attolini suit from worldsfinest, but still want to spend in that neighborhood, you could wait for other offerings on Ebay. There isn't much on Ebay right now, to be honest, but I'd expect that by mid-January you'll start seeing a lot of stuff due to dept. store closeouts (Ebay sellers will find those deal and flip them for the benefit of us all). My last piece of advice would be to know your measurements. Go to a tailor and pay him 10 bucks to take them. And also get a top quality pair of shoes. Get $600 shoes at discount and pay $200 for them. And a good pair of over the calf socks. And a good belt to match the shoes. If you are spending a grand on a suit, make sure the other details are appropriate.