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I need help finding a new blazer

Discussion in 'Menswear Advice' started by Netrum, May 27, 2016.

  1. Netrum

    Netrum Member

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    Hi.
    I am in need of assistance.

    I currently own a Digel blazer.
    And it is to big and needs replaced.
    The size i am currently using is UK 54r.
    So i am thinking UK 52r would be perfect.
    I am open for any colour really.
    But i do prefer darker colours.

    But i have no idea were to buy one online.
    Nor what brands to go for.
    There are no stores anywhere close to here that sells clothes.

    I normally wear dark brown and stone chinos with one colour t shirts or various shirts that fit.

    My budget is max 300 euros. But i can go up if needed.
    Also i live in Europe so it has to be an European store to avoid additional sale tax and import tax.
     
  2. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Proabably, in that price range, Suit Supply is going to be your best bet.
    http://eu.suitsupply.com/sv/home

    Cheers,

    Fok.
     
  3. Netrum

    Netrum Member

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    Thank you.
    The size's are they british or european?
    Finding a size chart to compare to is a pain.
     
  4. TummyBoy

    TummyBoy Member

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    SuitSupply has a sizing guide on their website. With some tape measure and a jacket that fits well you can know your size with about 5 minutes of work.

    If you're unsure about anything I suggest just sending them an email. I've done the same and they were very helpful.
     
  5. Netrum

    Netrum Member

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    Suitsupply blazer's are too small.
    So i have to look elsewhere.
    Thanks for the help guys. :)
     

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