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Suit pants for small waist and large thighs?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by kovalchuk71, Mar 13, 2016.

  1. kovalchuk71

    kovalchuk71 Member

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    I'm looking at purchasing a new suit in the next month or so and need some help. I am an athletic guy and have pretty large thighs at 24.5" and a 39.5" Seat (played hockey my entire life). The problem is that I only have a 31" waist. Looking at my thigh measurements on Suit Supply puts me at a size 48 or 50 pant :-O. Surely that would not be able to be altered, because the seat would be way too large due to the large waist size.

    Do I have any options here besides MTM? I was trying to keep my budget under $600.00 Any help would be great. Thanks!
     
    Last edited: Mar 13, 2016
  2. chippneckwear

    chippneckwear Well-Known Member

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    Conspicuous by it's absence is your jacket size. If you are a size 40, the 34 trouser will fit your seat and thigh. You can reduce the waist 2 inches and wear braces.

    Paul Winston
    Winston Tailors/ www.chippneckwear.com
     
  3. seejulius

    seejulius Member

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    where are you located now, and color are you looking to get?
     

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