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Would like advice on the fit of this suit?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by docgerrard, Oct 28, 2012.

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  1. docgerrard

    docgerrard Well-Known Member

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    This is probably not the best angle to judge, or something else is wrong with the picture quality, but I would appreciate any advice, to the best of your ability, given this picture. Thanks in advance :)

    It is a Murano suit from Dilliards for like $95 tailored. It is not tailored yet... that is just the price. I know the quality of the suit itself is probably not the best, but I want to make sure it fits decently well.

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  2. docgerrard

    docgerrard Well-Known Member

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    If the angle is not the best, let me know and I will try to post another shot if need be. I feel odd about putting my face on the internet though lol, I know this is dumb.

    Again, thanks for your expert opinions :)
     
  3. matt1

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    I think the jacket sleeves are a bit short, take in the waist a little, and keep the jacket length just long enough to cover the bum.
     
  4. wumingde

    wumingde Well-Known Member

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    Take in the waist and shorten the trousers. It seems as there is some excess breaking in the trousers' bottoms, although it is hard to tell by the photo. I can't really say much about the jacket length, but like matt1, make sure it is just long enough to cover the bum.
     

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