Depends on what you already have. That's not an item you would want to have if you're still building the foundations of a wardrobe, but if you have a fair bit of stuff already, that could be a fun piece to work into the rotation. As for the price point, I don't know the quality and what it normally runs to judge. But if you like it and are comfortable paying that price, why not?
Bought this three piece suit, 3r2, at a rummage sale. Its a deansgate made for the toggerty shop, a high end local retailer. Was wondering if anyone knows about deansgate, and if there is any reason I couldnt wear this as an odd coat.
worth wearing? Hand me downs from shorter uncle. They are a pleated, french fly zanella trouser that sits on the hips (Im a 20 year old athletic build, but Im fine with pleats) Do you think these are worth getting tailored? All they need is some length. If I did get them tailored and keep them, what would I wear with this? The picture is poor quality. BTW, thats muted blue and grey with white, not black like waiter pants.
Ianiceman is right about the check being too large to wear with a tie. From a purely aesthetic perspective, I think the check size looks fine. So unless you are going to be around people who think and know about clothes you will be golden. One small detail- With a lapel that wide I would wear a wider tie.
Hey, I don't know if this question has been answered but how do Bruno Magli's fit? I ordered myself a pair and they were HUGE. I typically wear 9-9.5 in a Cole Haan so i guess they cut a whole to half size bigger than normal?
And how do Ferragamo shoes compare to the two? I might wanna sell the bruno magli's and take the loss for some Ferragamo's.
Is there an accepted tuxedo shirt stud size? The 100-year-old MOP ones I ordered look quite big. Perhaps 14mm or even 15mm in width. It comes as a set of 6 which is odd. Most stud sets are 10mm and come in sets of 4. Are mine acceptable to use for a tuxedo shirt or are mine for women or something?