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Kenneth Cole Suit Seperates...Help NEWB

dieselman89

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I am new to this forum, and the Kenneth Cole store nearby is having a major sale. I don't know much about the quality of KC but the price is a major concern. I feel like its too cheap to be good.

I would wear the suit 1-2 time a week. I am looking at the suit separates (60% wool) $198 for the Jacket and $98 for the pants. 40% off the total. How does this quality line up against other suits?
 

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Originally Posted by dieselman89
I am new to this forum, and the Kenneth Cole store nearby is having a major sale. I don't know much about the quality of KC but the price is a major concern. I feel like its too cheap to be good.

Your instincts serve you well.
 

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Don't. Kenneth Cole is no better, in general, than any other department store brand. Just do yourself a favor and never buy a suit that is not 100% wool.

You can actually get a 100% wool Lauren by Ralph Lauren, etc or anything with the same quality construction for ~$200 new at TJ Maxx/A.J. Wright/Marshalls/Burlington Coat Factory (if price is a severe concern). Just look a solid color navy blue or charcoal grey solid or VERY subtle stripe. Not black, that's more of an evening out suit.
 

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Awesome. I had a feeling it was too good to be true. I've made the mistake of buying a suit that is less than 90% wool in the past and its risky.
 

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Run away as fast as you can!!! Now seriously I'd stay away of anything that's not 100% wool (or any natural fiber for that matter)
 

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Yeah, linen suits can be very elegant for warm weather wear (although I don't own any).
 

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dude... you should GET IT...
 

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