- Oct 23, 2006
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What is a fair price for a Super 150's, peak lapel, unvented, fully canvassed tuxedo?
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Waaay too little info. A lot more goes into value than just that. Brand/model would help to understand quality of construction. Now Be Cool, ok?
Hard to guess without brand, so it becomes truly a guess. Just based on what I've seen around, I've never seen a fully canvassed tuxedo below at least a few grand, new. Armanis run around three retail. I think BBBF is in the same area. Closest ballpark I can drum up. Used/resale is a crapshoot.
I bought my super 100's Paul Stuart NWT for $475. peak, unvented, 1 button. I'm not sure you want super 150's for a tuxedo? this was @ Keezars in Cambridge, MA, kind of like a downscale, ramshackle Filenes Basement
I asked because I'm in the market for a tuxedo and have an opportunity to buy a NWT, SB, 1 button, peak lapel, jeted pocket, unvented, fully canvassed, made in Italy (mid-tier), Super 150's tuxedo for under $900.
Say it were Canali.
Jos. A. Bank has this, except Super 120's and made in a sweatshop, for $250. Also grosgrain lapels, no belt loops, single pleat pants, for 1000% SF approval. Except for the brand...