New polo suit? What do you think?

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  1. chorse123

    chorse123 Senior member

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    Very nice. I bet you're counting the days til fall.
     


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    I personaly don't like ralph lauren (everyone's gonna hate me now lol) BUT the suit looks in a pretty good condition so it must be a good deal u've made [​IMG]
     


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    That's a great dogtooth pattern. Suit looks nice, lots of potential to dress it up/down in different ways
     


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    Wow, three piece too! Nice catch!
     


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    my sentiments exactly. Thank goodness I'm a 40R (well, more a 41R). But still very very tempted. Even though I have too many suits now, even though I have spent too much too [​IMG]
     


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    chorse123 Senior member

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    This is my first three piece, and my first "casual" suit. Do you think I can break the pieces and wear them separately? And if so, how?
     


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    This is my first three piece, and my first "casual" suit. Do you think I can break the pieces and wear them separately? And if so, how?

    Sure! The jacket would work as a casual sportcoat, maybe with cords? Plus, naturally, omitting the waistcoat (althoughj I find it hard to do that [​IMG] ). How about the trousers alone?
     


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    I personaly don't like ralph lauren (everyone's gonna hate me now lol) BUT the suit looks in a pretty good condition so it must be a good deal u've made [​IMG]
    I hate you.



    [​IMG]
     


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    I love it, Especially since you can use pants or jacket separately.
     


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    Is there a rear buckle adjuster on the trousers?
     


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