Indochino Tuxes

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  1. FLMountainMan

    FLMountainMan White Hispanic

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    I'm getting married in September and plan to be in a tux and would like to buy one. I have a 9" drop, so I pretty much have to get something custom-fitted. Is Indochino pretty much the best bet for value? J. Crew Ludlow would work, but it's about twice as much.
     
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    Dude, what's your RTW jacket size?
     
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    40R, but they're usually too boxy. I'm 6'2", 170 lbs.
     
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    Good. That's a swell month.

    What's your next step...finding a woman?
     
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    Thanks for finding that, I like it a lot, but the pants appear to be pleated. But your overall theme has merit - I should shop around a bit among the more slim-fitting suitmakers before rushing into Indochino.
     
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