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  1. A Guy from Shanghai

    Sold! NWT Brooks Brothers 1818 Fitzgerald Navy Blue Suit 38 R

    Size: 38 R US. Material: 100% Wool. Navy Blue Strips. All Seasons. Condition: Brand new with tags in mint condition. Made in Italy Style: Jacket Single breasted 2 button Single center vent 2 waist pockets & 1 chest welted pocket Fully lined Sleeves are basted with a full set of buttons Pants...
  2. Ennius

    BBBF Suits versus Paul Stuart Suits?

    Hi Gents, I dont wear many suits but figure I may pick up a few with the coming year end sales. I am a big fan of the Black Fleece shirts, pants and sweaters and am thinking about a few basic suits - navy or charcoal. But I am a bit worried on the style - high arms, skinny lapels.... ie...
  3. Hye Style

    Quality Tweed sport coat?

    I'm looking for a tweed sport coat in the $300 range for this weekend. I don't have time to go to high end outlets as they are too far away. I'm thinking of just seeing if Nordstrom Rack has anything good and if they don't, I'll just go to Banana Republic. Any other suggestions on a particular...
  4. uraflit

    Suit for a Very Skinny Guy (Bay Area, California)

    I am in the market for a nice suit for my wedding. I do not require a tuxedo, but staying sharp is required. I looked around some stores, but it seems my size is a bit too small for any off-the-rack stuff. The only suits that seem to fit me are the size 36S from the extra slim lines of Hugo Boss...
  5. grym02

    Upgrading Wardrobe - Evaluate Current Options + What's Next?

    Hi all, I spent the first five years after undergrad working in a start-up environment (think shorts & t-shirt), but will be interning in a corporate environment this fall and need to upgrade my wardrobe. In addition, I'll be transition from a small city in the SE up to NYC, so I also need to...
  6. skehoe

    Your favorite go-to suit?

    My boyfriend is looking for a new decent suit (we have a wedding to attend at the end of the month) but isn't sure where exactly to go. He wants to look sharp and fitted, and he's a relatively slender guy so he could definitely pull off a more fitted suit. Any suggestions of where to go? What's...
  7. zach9

    Buying First Suit - Help

    I am looking to buy my first suit and would like to spend less than $500. So far I am considering SuitSupply Napoli fit ($469), J.Crew Ludlow fit (ebay around $400), and possibly a Hickey suit from Gilt. I want either a dark grey or navy and it must be a slim fit. Any more suggestions?
  8. math4tito

    What do you think of this navy blazer?

    What are your opinions on this blazer? http://www.overstock.com/Clothing-Shoes/Tommy-Hilfiger-Mens-Navy-Two-button-Wool-Blazer/6364588/product.html
  9. jakej

    Nordstrom Anniversary Sale

    So I recently went into Nordstrom's to pick up a pair of Park Avenues. I came across this navy blazer. I know that Hugo Boss isn't a widely accepted name around here but I have been looking for a navy blazer for some time and have had trouble finding anything decent in the ~$300 price range. I...
  10. thiago

    you know when you're an SF'er when

    - you have a favorite tie knot - never mind that guy's saved millions of lives, he's buttoned the bottom button of his suit and is therefore dead to me. - you can spot the jackass with the windsor knot from a mile away. - you own several pocket squares. - getting a bespoke suit made for...

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