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The 3-Piece Thred

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by heavyd, Sep 14, 2007.

  1. heavyd

    heavyd Senior member

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    I just picked up my first 3-piece. Realistically, I will not wear the vest all the time.

    The vest does allow for some nice FAT knots though since tie length isn't an issue.

    Please share your 3-piece suits, pics and related:

    http://www.paulstuart.com/product_in...SUBPRODCATID=0
     
  2. heavyd

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  4. heavyd

    heavyd Senior member

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    i am comforted, thank you.

    sometimes risks make me anxious.
     
  5. heavyd

    heavyd Senior member

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    that suit is beautiful
     
  6. MrDaniels

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    It's nice to see Brooks showing three-piece suits again.
     
  7. chorse123

    chorse123 Senior member

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    that suit is beautiful

    What's so great about it is that it's a "seasonal" so if it doesn't sell out, you may see it at 346 for $500 in early 2008.

    [​IMG]
     
  8. zatarregaza

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    I'll be keeping an eye on this thread.

    I just got back from visiting my parents a few weeks ago and ended up bringing back about 10 of dad's old suits. More than half of them are three piece.
    He's retired now and only wears a few of the suits he's collected over the years. Most of these were from the 70's. I'm especially liking those.
     
  9. grimslade

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    I think you meant Teh 3-Peice Thred.

    You seem to have accidentally spelled a word correctly in the thread title.
     
  10. SuitGuy24

    SuitGuy24 Well-Known Member

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    I have worn my newish three-piece to two social events, but have yet to wear it to the office.

    Can I ask our three most-prolific, expert dressers a question? Holdfast, TheFoxx and Soph-do you have a three-piece and if so would you wear it to the office?
     
  11. grimslade

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    I have worn my newish three-piece to two social events, but have yet to wear it to the office.

    Can I ask our three most-prolific, expert dressers a question? Holdfast, TheFoxx and Soph-do you have a three-piece and if so would you wear it to the office?


    I am none of the above, and not an expert either. But I have 3-piece suits and I wear them to the office.
     
  12. pfr0g

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    I think you meant Teh 3-Peice Thred.

    You seem to have accidentally spelled a word correctly in the thread title.


    No offence to the OP but this made me crack up, thanks for that Grim. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  13. Holdfast

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    Holdfast... do you have a three-piece and if so would you wear it to the office?

    Have I just been called out? [​IMG]

    I do have a 3-pc that I wear to the office... the waistcoat is double-breasted, the suit is single-breasted. I think it's much more suitable to business dress than casual wear personally.
     
  14. heavyd

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    No offence to the OP but this made me crack up, thanks for that Grim. [​IMG] [​IMG]

    i know. i hit edit and its wont let me edit the title. apologies, all.
     
  15. Winot

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    Can't a moderator change it? It's doing my hed in.
     
  16. grimslade

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    i know. i hit edit and its wont let me edit the title. apologies, all.

    You should be able to edit the thread title in advanced mode.
     
  17. FLMountainMan

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    I have quite a few (even in Florida) and wear them to the office in the winter.
     
  18. Anthony Jordan

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    I wear mine frequently, and also two-piece suits with odd waistcoats.
     
  19. LabelKing

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    Best worn with a skinny regimental tie and a nice carnation.
     

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