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Is there anything wrong with with how this suit sits on me, when i were buying it i found no problem, but now trousers seems little too long, perhaps anything else?
 

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The whole thing looks huge, including the pants. It looks like you're wearing your dad's suit.
 

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Originally Posted by FatGuy_
Is there anything wrong with with how this suit sits on me

You'd probably get a much shorter answer if you asked what was right about it...
 

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What exactly is huge length or volume? If last then its just impression since it just fits me 1 size lower and i hardly can close buttons on jacket.
 

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Everything looks big including the shoulders, which leads me to believe that it is too big. If the next size down was too small, than this may indeed be the right size. When you tried the next size down did you go to the next even size down (i.e. a 42 to to a 40)? if so you might want to try a 41. They are generally made, but not always stocked in the stores. You also might want to try a different maker with more narrow shoulders.

At the very least, have the pants and sleeves taken up and (probably) the jacket taken in in the sides a bit. Also don't button all three buttons -- middle one always, top one sometimes, bottom one never.
 

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Originally Posted by porcelain monkey
Everything looks big including the shoulders, which leads me to believe that it is too big. If the next size down was too small, than this may indeed be the right size. When you tried the next size down did you go to the next even size down (i.e. a 42 to to a 40)? if so you might want to try a 41. They are generally made, but not always stocked in the stores. You also might want to try a different maker with more narrow shoulders. At the very least, have the pants and sleeves taken up and (probably) the jacket taken in in the sides a bit. Also don't button all three buttons -- middle one always, top one sometimes, bottom one never.
I dont know i look in the mirror and jacket dont look big anywhere only looks little long, but hands are fine length so i believe its style. Sizes are going 50 and next one is 48, so no middle one here, and we live in small town no chance to find size 41 here besides i dont believe i need it either.
 

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He's right, it does look big everywhere - sleeves are a half to a full inch too long, and it looks like there's enough space below the buttons to just take it in that much (the level in the picture is where a shirt sleeve should be, if even that far); the length of the jacket is probably a bit long, can't really tell from the picture, pants are inches too long. The thing doesn't fit well; even if the chest is well-fit, wouldn't hurt to make it slim by taking in the waist.
 

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Ok. Some of this comes down to how you feel in it and how you feel about it - and only you can know that. I would suggest having the sleeves taken up as well as the legs. You generally want jacket sleeves to go to your wrist and no longer. You want a bit of shirt cuff to show at the end.
 

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It's much too big. I don't even think it could be altered to fit properly.
 

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When buttoning all three buttons on a suit is the least of your problems, you know you've got serious some problems.

To the OP, I would accept the fact that the suit is ill-fitting in just about every area and return it if you can.
 

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Originally Posted by Sanguis Mortuum
You'd probably get a much shorter answer if you asked what was right about it...

 

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Originally Posted by FatGuy_
I dont know i look in the mirror and jacket dont look big anywhere only looks little long, but hands are fine length so i believe its style. Sizes are going 50 and next one is 48, so no middle one here, and we live in small town no chance to find size 41 here besides i dont believe i need it either.

... You're right. It's perfect for you.
 

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In my opinion the trousers are long, and you could likely take in the body slightly. Although you didn't ask, may I suggest you only button the center button? A pocket square would be a good touch also.
 

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