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40L versus 42R for Younger Male

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by grosegre, Jan 1, 2013.

  1. grosegre

    grosegre New Member

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    Hello StyleForum!

    My advanced apologies if something similar has already been answered. As an athletic, 6'3" 23year-old male I've been having difficulties finding the proper suit size. My previous suits are a 40L, but this is a challenging size to find and still require some alterations. I find 42R, especially with Boss/Versace, fit nicely around the waist (32-33), but are often sightly short.

    I've been several times that the trend is for shorter suits, which makes the 42R more easily workable. Is this true?

    Thanks for the input.
     
  2. mhdena

    mhdena Senior member

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    You're to tall for a regular, forget the trend.
     
  3. ajmanouk

    ajmanouk Senior member

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    Trust man, go with the right fit. If you're a 40L, you're a 40L.
     
  4. Superfluous

    Superfluous Senior member

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    Measure your chest, that should be your size.
     

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