Were to get suits in 45R?

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  1. SVS

    SVS Senior member

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    I'm basically a 45R. 44R are just a tad too tight and 46R are just a tad too big. Recently, I've been in engaging in a futile effort to purchase a new suit, but just can't seem to find one that fits or can be tailored to fit. Suggestions as to where I should look? Brooks used to carry 45Rs but don't have any at the local store.
     


  2. SuitingStyle

    SuitingStyle Senior member

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    Brooks Brothers carry 45 size
     


  3. eHaberdasher

    eHaberdasher Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Try a euro 56R?
     


  4. nohomo

    nohomo Senior member

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    I'm basically a 45R. 44R are just a tad too tight and 46R are just a tad too big. Recently, I've been in engaging in a futile effort to purchase a new suit, but just can't seem to find one that fits or can be tailored to fit. Suggestions as to where I should look? Brooks used to carry 45Rs but don't have any at the local store.

    That makes no sense. Sizing is all ove rthe place amongst the different brands. Completely unbelievable that you're in btwn a 44 and 46 in every single brand.

    Maybe instead, you can say which brands you've tried and which sizes, and I'm sure the board will point you in which ones have slim 46R or roomy 44R for you to try on.
     


  5. mussel

    mussel Senior member

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    Paul Stuart also carries 45R, it also carries semi-long, extra-long too.
     


  6. Shikar

    Shikar Senior member

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    I like your Subs.

    Regards.
     


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