u guys know where i can find this outfit in a budget?

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  1. BullionBro

    BullionBro Well-Known Member

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    I like the whole outfit and want to get it but prefer brands that I can afford.

    My budget is up to $120 for shirt, up to $100 for pants and up to $500 for boots or shoes. I already have a matching belt. Please recommened a well fitting brand that has good quality material.


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    H&M or Zara then a tailor to slim it down to your desired fit. I have my shirts made for the best fit, don't know if thats an optipn for u. Shoes are a different story, too many choices.
     
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    H&M or Zara then a tailor to slim it down to your desired fit. I have my shirts made for the best fit, don't know if thats an optipn for u. Shoes are a different story, too many choices.
     
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    do you know if there is a brand that has little to know wrinkling? I travel a lot and wish I could find a good quality shirt like the one I posted that does not wrinkle even when it has been inside a luggage for 20 hours.
     
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    With the wrinkling issue, I think a well packed bag goes a long way to preventing wrinkles
     
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    Try Eton for the shirt. They make Bengal Stripe and no iron needed. Just wash and hang dry. Very reliable and worth the investment
    They are double of your suggested price range but I will personally stand by their performance. Nordstroms carry them and you could probably find a deal online somewhere.
    Or try Brooks Brothers. They have Bengal under $100 but you'll need your tailor to taper them for you. Maybe worth it.

    Have you looked into Pal Zileri for pants? They carry slim and you can get deals under $100 if you are patient.

    For shoes, try Allen Edmonds or for a little more go Alden or Crockett & Jones.
     
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    Are those cotton pants or khakis? They do not look like slacks IMO.

    You can get the shirt RLPL Keaton (cutaway collar) sometimes on here or on ebay. The slacks are easy to find as you can find those at H&M or J Crew or better yet, Club Monaco. The shoes are easy as well b/c those are Chelsea style boots. In that budget, Too Boot New York, Magnanni, Sutor's, Santoni's. Check on the bay or at your local discount big box retailer (nordstrom rack).

    Cheers
     
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    Zara's fitted styles are good too.
     
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    is it better to get a shirt that does not have buttons? I went to brooks brothers but noticed many of their shirts have buttons in the collar. I prefer a nice modern collar with no buttons.
     
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    +1 - RLPL shirts aren't that slim fitting in my experience. Perhaps they pinned the shirt behind his back just for the photo shoot?
     
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    How do people confuse "no" and "know"?
     
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