Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Bexcellence, Apr 24, 2012.
For someone young and slim, maybe.
1. its cotton, which is awfully casual for a business environment.
2. why do you insist on trying to buy clothes that look painted on? This look may work ok in a fashion advertisement, but its simply not logical, comfortable, or practical for every day work wear.
I didn't notice it was cotton, in which case I wouldn't advise it for a professional environment.
Also, HB is hardly SF approved. At that price point, you can do much better quality wise.
Not pro. I also find the jacket length too short, unless it is the proportions of the model they used which is throwing off the balance. A pro suit jacket does not reveal a mans butt.
+1. Would not recommend.
Even that is questionable.
I wouldn't wear that to work. Perhaps it would work for a fancy night club or something like that. Still, I cant see my self paying 800 for a boss suit.
Not in the slightest. Entirely the wrong cut/cloth/style.
I agree with the jacket being short and it may look good on the model but if you're getting that suit make sure you have a similar built.
Totally, no one will bat an eyelid. Now you might be better off with a wool suit that is not as shoddily made but, yeah, would be fine. People here work at IGent inc and have a hissy fit when their colleague wear the wrong shade of magenta ties.
They're not going to laugh at you or fire you, but even many non-iGents will have the vague sense that you look ridiculous, puerile, and unprofessional, even if they can't say why.
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