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More "Young" and "Fashion" Suits for a Student

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by IChen, Sep 8, 2012.

  1. IChen

    IChen Well-Known Member

    Sep 3, 2012
    Hello StyleForum!

    So I've been lurking on StyleForum for the past few months, as I have an interest in suits and nice shirts. I currently work at a marketing firm and I need a nice suit as I'm being invited to client meetings more often. Although my colleagues do wear pretty formal/nice suits, I'm still looking for something more fashion forward and young.

    But I'm 21 (6' 1" and slim) and after trying out OTR suits at Prada and Armani, for some reason...I just felt like I was actually 30-40 years old. I also tried out Zara, Boss, and J.Crew Ludlow suits, and Zara looks like a good option as the suits are pretty cheap and the quality looks decent for the price. I don't really like the Boss suits - quality at the price - and I'm not really knowledgeable on J.Crew Ludlows.

    I admit I do like Tom Ford and Prada suits, but I don't really want to spend $5000 on suits at such a young age.

    Just wondering if anyone has any information/tips to share about maybe some designs/brands to look at for a nice suit that can look pretty fashion-forward and young...and not make me look like 40 years old [​IMG]
    Thanks! [​IMG]
  2. gsugsu

    gsugsu Well-Known Member

    May 9, 2008
    Look at Thick as Thieves.

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