Recommend me some website for nice suits,blazer, and sportcoats?

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  1. Mr Engineer

    Mr Engineer Senior member

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    I have been starting to purchase more of my clothes online.I need some website recommendation for some real nice suits,blazers and sportcoats

    Thanks,
     


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    I need more details to answer that question. What's your price range? Do you want RTW or MTM clothes? Are you an abnormal size? There are lots of great places to get clothes, but your personal needs will dictate what the best option is for you.
     


  3. Mr Engineer

    Mr Engineer Senior member

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    RTW..I am a normal size
     


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    I think you are going about this completely wrong. There are no shortage of clothes available online. You need to figure out what fits you, what looks good on you, and who makes what you are looking for. Then buy that.
     


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    I just want to see what other websites are out there to purchase suits,blazer,and sportscoats thats all.If I get a website then from there I can figure out what fits me.
     


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    The point is, there are literally thousands of such sites--just knowing a place to buy a blazer or whatever is not very helpful. Figure out what you want and you will know from where to buy it.
     


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    No such thing as "a normal size."




    You can not figure out "what fits you" buy looking at web sites.



    Forget about websites for now. Go to several men's shops in your area and try on as many styles as you can. I highly recommend your first purchases in local shops, not on line. Find a good local tailor to make adjustments and you will look great.

    Start here:

    http://www.atailoredsuit.com/mens-style-guide-tailored-suit.html
     
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  9. Mr Engineer

    Mr Engineer Senior member

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    I live in Rhode Island,USA.There are very few men shops to choose from in my area
     


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    Mr Engineer Senior member

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    Specifically I am looking for the double breasted blazer.
     


  11. GBR

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    What is "normal" in terms of fit? Alteration tailors would not exist if we were all normal.

    Why not try a bricks and mortar shop and buy some to assess all these things and when you have that experience try the net - if you think that would be better.
     
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  12. mensimageconsultant

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    It was very easy to discover Jos. A. Bank and Brooks Brothers in Providence. There surely are other solid options within driving distance, depending on where in Rhode Island. Double-breasted jackets require extra attention to fit, yet another reason to try on first in person.
     


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