Never heard of the make before.
Provided the pant have enough fabric available to let out. I don't know about whether they will look altered though. That's a tough one. It may be dependent on the available fabric in the pants and the skill of the tailor.
I have too much baggage I guess....
I am looking for a burberry "kerfield" coat in the mist grey, size 38. http://www.ebay.com/itm/290836879678?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649
I should have jumped on that one but it sold out before I could manage. If anyone knows where I might find one, PLEASE PM me!!!
Also, apologies if this is not the appropriate forum/thread.
Harry Rosen outlet in Missisauga is having a sale 'till Sunday. You'll see suits there for 6 or 7 hundred.
What are some basic rules or guidelines I can take into consideration when judging the quality of an item?
I'm slowly expanding my knowledge of clothing and dress by learning new terms, brands, and guidelines for wearing and buying clothing. However, there is no definitive guide out there that offers a holistic approach, or introduction, to the world of dressing well. I also don't have any guidance in real life, seeing as my family and friends don't care to dress this way. Therefore, it makes it a hassle for me when I'm out shopping in thrift stores, looking for clothing to buy and wear.
Maybe there's a list of good brands/clothing material I should keep my eye on? So far, I'm avoiding mostly everything which contains mixed material (i.e. polymers - however I'm not sure with suits seeing as they're built differently from shirts, pants, etc).
SORRY this is a large post. The search function isn't helping me out here, though.
Thanks for the response. Yes, I should have been more specific :P perhaps what I was aiming for was just an overall introduction to this realm of men's fashion.
However, I've gotten a good kickstart from reading R. Smith's "Men's Style: The Thinking Man's Guide to Dress". Probably not an authoritative document, but it sure is helping!
When I shop through thrift stores, what peaks my attention (although I haven't been around to many yet, I only recently began) are those "rare" items I see (BB, RLPL) but do not fit in. I think, "Do I buy it? Resell it later?" There's quite a bit to wonder about.