- Aug 12, 2004
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Friends of mine are trying to help me "update my look." Â One suggested Hugo Boss suits. Â They seem to look decent, but what are others' thoughts regarding fit and quality?
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Fit = question of taste and bodyFriends of mine are trying to help me "update my look." Â One suggested Hugo Boss suits. Â They seem to look decent, but what are others' thoughts regarding fit and quality?
Why do you give your weight and height?I am 34, 6'3", about 180. Â So kind of tall/thin. Â I have always dressed on the more conservative side: Brooks, J. Press, and a couple of Paul Stuart suits. Â My friends say that while I look sharp, the suits I wear make me look older than I am (which can be good when meeting clients, but not necessarily as good when out on the town).
Friends thought the Hugo Boss suits might be a good step forward into the 21st Century. Â I am not seeking to replace my more staid suits, but rather looking to diversify.
But they are double of price of a fused suit of a less known suit of the same quality.Hugo Boss is fused suits but its fabric quality is better than other fused suits except for Zegna Z and Armani Collezioni.
According to your fig. Â I say Hugo is safe bet if you do not care about fused front suits. Â I would not bother with DKNY, CK, or Banana Republic etc.. if you look at their front it looks bubbled up. Â
Yes, Boss suits is mess produced, but they look sharp and the garnmet drape well iff you have build for it.