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JV star USA

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by zty_07, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. zty_07

    zty_07 Senior member

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    I purchased a JV star USA blazer, it is black with grey stripe, peak lapel, dual vents. 100% wool, partially lined. I got from Nordstrom for about 80. It fits me OK. Is it a good deal? The original price listed by Nordstrom is 199, however, I searched else where, similar blazers are priced at about 400.
     
  2. pbandjay

    pbandjay Well-Known Member

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    yes. but fit is king. adding the effort of tailoring cost to make it fit from ok to great might take you to $100+ still not a bad deal but it's hard finding slim fit blazers for that price point. IMHO.
     

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