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IS THIS SUIT TOO BIG ON ME? please read below

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by rogargaro15, Jun 30, 2013.

  1. rogargaro15

    rogargaro15 Member

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    Problems, shoulder divot, collar gap, lapel bowing and please do not button the bottom button.

    Best to follow Balfour advice.

    Good luck.
     
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  4. rogargaro15

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    ahn,return and get what exactly? i see the problems, but why they are there? can they be fixed? what kind of suit should i buy then.
    thats what i want to know
     
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    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Going to guess 15.
     
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    sorry for being direct like that, but i dont know much about suits :/
     
  7. TheCorporation

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    Please don't button the bottom button. Ever.

    As for your age...16?
     
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  8. rogargaro15

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    sorry for the buttom thing, i totally forgot..
    not the best pictures as well...
    is the suit too big?too small? or the cut is not very good? or just does not fit nicely?
    if i had to return what, what should i get..
    well anyways thanks and tip i am over 16.... under 30.
     
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    I don't know what your budget is but maybe you should consider going to a physical store where you can be measured and fitted. Brooks Brothers is having a big sale now. They have a suit separates line that will run you $419 for a suit. Most stores don't carry it but they can measure you and order the correct pieces for you. Once they arrive they will measure you for further alterations.
    http://www.brooksbrothers.com/mens/...l?prefn1=collection&prefv1=Suiting Essentials
     
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    mrjester Senior member

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    lol @ face scribbled out, but has face in avatar.

    [​IMG]
     
  11. TheCorporation

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    Your jacket sleeves are too long, and should be slimmed down some. Your pants also need to be slimmed some.
     
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    I agree with this. The suit fits poorly everywhere. IMO, unless you have an EXTREME lack of time and options, that's not worth any amount of money.

    On another note, how the fxck are we supposed to guess your age when you've drawn over your face? Based on your grammar, you're either foreign to English-speaking countries, or you're in junior high.
     
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    +1. Only children ask others to guess their age.

    It's a cheap suit, but if you shorten the sleeves and trousers, it'll look better. Not good, but better.

    Read the 101.
     
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    :eh:
     
  17. rogargaro15

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    haha, my grammar is horrible i know.
    i dont live in usa, so i dont know about the suit shops there.
    here in UK, ZARA is a decent brand....but well not good for suits i guess...
    i am from italy, haha, so my english is not the best.
    I saw on a shop of a brand called moss, they have pretty decent suits, and i can buy one for round £250, and the best thing is that is taylor made with my measurements...so it will fit much better i guess. but its just the measurements that are wrong in this suit? or is the suit itself.
    cheers.
     
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    The suit does not fit you: Surely you are not saying it is made to measure? Take or send it back then get measured properly.
     
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    How do you know the avatar is the poster?

    OP, follow the advice about searching and reading SF and getting measured correctly for a suit.
     

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