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It's graduation season. Do you know a young guy starting out in the workplace who needs suits?

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by J o s h, May 25, 2016.

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  1. J o s h

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    Do you know a young guy starting out in the workplace who needs to build a suit wardrobe in a hurry?

    I have 4 suits and one sport jacket that I don't need anymore. They're not the current fashion (pants are more drape-y and shoulders are more box-y than current/best style) but they're in very good shape. Some of them I only wore a handful of times. They’re decent suits: Hugo Boss, Perry Ellis, Joseph A Bank.

    Navy pinstripe, slate grey, gray window-pane pattern and brown pattern suits. Plus an oatmeal tweed-style sport jacket. All 100% wool. They’re size 40-42 jacket with 32-33 waist. Perfect for a guy 5’ 10” to 6’ 1” and 165-180 lbs.

    I figure they'd be perfect for a kid who needs to build a workplace wardrobe and doesn't have a lot of $.

    Please let me know if you have anyone in mind. I'm asking $40 per piece but can give a volume discount for those buying multiple pieces. I live in metro New York; if you are interested we can meet up and you can try them on.

    PM if interested!

    Josh
     

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