- Jan 18, 2020
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Can't think of any decent RTW option for 200 quid. Charles Tyrwhitt, Harvie & Hudson and the like have some jackets on offer, but I wouldn't recommend them as the construction and pattern is cheap and looks awful in my opinion.For r2w probably wouldn't want to spend more than about £200 on a jacket. I mean, I have spent considerably more than that - the S&M one here was 400 odd once you factor in shipping and import duty. But I'd much rather spend less, of course. £400 (not far off a week's salary for a lot of people) for a r2w jacket already seems somewhat vulgar if you ask me!
But I do realise you get what you pay for.
Next up you have Gieves, Hackett, etc., which tend to have a little better fit and construction, but those start at 400-500.
Another options is that you make the rounds, see what fits you, and then try to find similar online/discounted/ebay, etc.