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Suit for Law Office Interviews

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by wsblend, Jan 5, 2010.

  1. lawyerdad

    lawyerdad Senior member

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    Thanks, all, for the replies. I read every post- good food for thought. I'm looking at the BB and JAB suits as well to see if I can find something without a pattern. The 38L is elusive, though. 40L's are more universally available but should I stay away from a 40L if the 38L is my genuine size?
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    Probably so, yes. Sizing's not uniform, so it can't hurt to try on some 40Ls. But I'd avoid suits where they shoulders are too wide or it seems like the chest will need to be taken in substantially.
     
  2. porcelain monkey

    porcelain monkey Senior member

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    I think your idea of fit is SF-skewed. The jacket cuts him in half visually and is just past his behind. The pants are not Eurotrash tight, thank God, but fit quite passably. The shoulders are built up, but not over-large.

    Perhaps I was a little harsh, but it still looks a size too big on him, or is cut for a much bigger man.
     
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    insideman Senior member

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    luftvier Senior member

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    ^ Not really law firm appropriate, IMO. At least, not for an interview.
     
  5. samcajou

    samcajou Active Member

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    Wearing formal suit is definitely advisable if you're talking about law interviews. Your choice right there looks acceptable to me. It does not really matter if what you wear is cheap as long as you can carry yourself wearing that type of clothing.
     

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