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three button pinstripe (charcoal) versus 4 button grey

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by pittguy579, May 23, 2012.

  1. pittguy579

    pittguy579 Member

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    I have an interview today. I do have two other suits which are more traditional, but I am not sure if maybe I am just counting these two suits out for no reason.

    First is a three button pinstripe Nautica..it is dark navy blue with stripe. For some reason it is showing as being grey in the picture when it is either a really dark grey or black almost.
    Second is a traditional grey suit, but it has 4 buttons. I know 4 button suits are not usually standard..the guy at the Mens Warehouse told me it was a good interview suit when I bought it last year...I didn't think anything of the 4 buttons until it was too late.

    Any assistance is appreciated..

    **Tried to post pictures, but it would not allow me to do so.
     
  2. pittguy579

    pittguy579 Member

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  3. thebac

    thebac Well-Known Member

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    Dark navy striped sounds perfectly acceptable, unless the stripes are really loud and unusual.

    Don't wear a four button suit, and certainly do not wear one to a job interview.
     

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