Long story short, I can pick any suit from Brooks Brothers up to a $2200 MSRP. If I pick a cheaper suit, I don't get to keep the price difference. I currently only have one navy pinstripe suit that I bought sometime back from Joseph A Bank that I only wear out of absolute necessity. While it fits well, technically speaking, the cut is very boxy, which doesn't flatter my slender build. $2200 MSRP could get me one of the lower-priced Golden Fleece suits, which I understand to be far superior in terms of construction and workmanship to the 1818 line. Here's the catch: the only Golden Fleece suit stocked in my size (38R) in either a Fitzgerald or Milano cut (their slimmer cuts) is this https://www.styleforum.net/~styleforumadmin/styleforumfinal/emojione/assets/png/00ae.png?v=2.2.7[/IMG]-Suit/MK00151,default,pd.html?dwvar_MK00151_Color=MDGY&dwvar_MK00151_Size=38_RG&contentpos=6&cgid=0216]gray pinstripe suit This would be effectively my only suit that I'd use for all occasions (interviews, weddings, etc). Do the pinstripes on the linked suit render it too "business" for more casual, informal uses? Should I just one of the cheaper 1818 suits in a solid grey/charcoal instead? It just seems like a shame to "waste" that extra $1,000 or so in MSRP on an inferior suit. Then again, it may be better to get a simpler solid suit if I get more use out of it? Thanks in advance for your help!