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post #61 of 70
Thanks for your advice emmanuel, i'll take that into consideration. I'm gonna go try it on one more time and see if i like it. I was thinking of maybe getting this at $900 AU and then getting another suit at like $500 that i will wear more regularly and keep this one when i wish to look a bit more polished.
post #62 of 70
Sounds like a plan...
post #63 of 70
Definitely acceptable for work, what's your 500 dollar choice suit though?
post #64 of 70
not sure yet, but I am just a grad so I'm gonna have to be thrifty... until i make some kind of money in this current economy...
post #65 of 70
Hey super, i saw some Z Zegna suits around in DJs for $675 i think. Might want to check those out, i don't think they rate too highly around here due to construction (fused/half-canvassed?) but its meant to fit pretty nicely if you want a slim fitting suit (haven't tried it on myself).

Can't think of much else you could get for $500 locally (Aust), even the chain stores like saba/ag/calibre etc are around the $800-900 mark from memory.
post #66 of 70
To me they are the same as Cavalli, clothes for nouveau riche.
post #67 of 70
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Originally Posted by sho'nuff View Post
what is the Dolce & Gabbana Luxury line? i see a whole batch of those suits in Nordstrom the other day.

it is not the mainline, no? didnt seem to luxurious. i thought the mainline was just plain Dolce & Gabbana

The mainline, AFAIK, is divided to 3 lines, Luxury, Martini, Gold. Each has a different cut and fit. Luxury would be the normal european fit and cut (on a suit, it doesn't have the skinny lapels). Martini has the slimmer fit and Gold has the slimmest. I think the Gold cut is what they normally use in their catalogs and runway shows.
post #68 of 70
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Originally Posted by nyarkies View Post
The mainline, AFAIK, is divided to 3 lines, Luxury, Martini, Gold. Each has a different cut and fit. Luxury would be the normal european fit and cut (on a suit, it doesn't have the skinny lapels). Martini has the slimmer fit and Gold has the slimmest. I think the Gold cut is what they normally use in their catalogs and runway shows.
I had one of the Gold suits. Although it was very slim, the fit was perfect.
post #69 of 70
Their jackets for the Martini and Gold suits fit me great as well. I just don't like the pants. I wish they can have a bit more room.
post #70 of 70
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Their jackets for the Martini and Gold suits fit me great as well. I just don't like the pants. I wish they can have a bit more room.
Yes, the pants were low rise and snug. Not too tight, but definitely snug.
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