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Slim Fitted, looks good, at a reasonable price

TheProfessor

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Hi guys,

Im looking for clothes that are slim fitted, classic style at a reasonable price. I may be asking for alot but I know what I want.

I like Diesel's fit but style is more for the younger age and price is too high for me.

I like Banana Republic's style but the fit isn't that great and price is okay.

I dont mind shopping at Ebay but need some clear direction.

Any help would be appreciated since I know you guys know what you are talking about.

Thanks again.

The Professor
 

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Are you looking for suits/sportcoats, or shirts and trousers, or what?
 

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Some affordable options off the top of my head:

Suits: Corneliani, from STP
Shirts: I have my OTR ones taken in by my tailor; rarely do I find slim-fits slim enough. Jantzen is a low-cost possibility. Brooks offers slim-fits that are relatively inexpensive, though I don't consider them all that slim. Tywrhitt too.
Trousers: Some Polo blue label and some mall brands, such as J. Crew. Or you could eBay Zegna and Incotex, along with Ralph's black label
 

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Before posting you should try a quick search. You'll find this thread helpful, http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=22040. It is titled "Reasonably priced slim fit work attire" and just 4 days ago so would have been the first search result using any of the words from your title.

My apologies if I come across as an ass. Welcome to the forum.
 
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Somewhere near the bottom end of the market, the full canvassed Zara suits would seem to be a decent buy
 

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