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Where would you reccomend buying a suit in or around London?

Dont really want to spend more than 4/500 and looking for something thats ready to wear. I think tailoring takes a few weeks.

Prefer casual style to a business one, but either would do for the right price.

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2 me suits all look the same.

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Thats why u probably look like a hobo

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I bought a suit from Banana Republic recently for around £300 which I'm really happy with.

For around the £500 mark you could get a nice Hugo Boss suit.

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2 me suits all look the same.

Look for The Nondescript Gentleman thread

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2 me suits all look the same.

thats cos u work at footlocker and are a part time struggling DJ

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Ephren, MOSS on oxf street is your best place for v good quality suits.

this is is you have 500 to spend on more than one suit

cos u can get about 4 for that price.

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sales are in full force at the moment so you shouldnt even needto look too hard in that price range.

Reiss, Jaeger, Paul Smith & Saville Row all do good suits and go in the bait shops like selfridges etc. This time of year you will defo find a bargain

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Next do good suits geezer.

I don't really go to the proper suit stores because they seem to cater for older people.

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2 me suits all look the same.

thats cos u work at footlocker and are a part time struggling DJ

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Ephren, MOSS on oxf street is your best place for v good quality suits.

this is is you have 500 to spend on more than one suit

cos u can get about 4 for that price.

the need for a suit has never come up in my life

work as a cameraman and never for less than a bill a day :Y:

DJ'in is something i do for fun but when people randomly say they'll pay me 2 do it i take the opportunity :Y:

You don't exist in real life, therefore Your fashion sense and career can be whatever You chose them to be, so of course now we're in a thread about suits You're gonna suddenly know suits after a few google searches. :Y:

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I would listen to Lemons advice. He's white and has a job.

Sound advice.

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2 me suits all look the same.

thats cos u work at footlocker and are a part time struggling DJ

/

Ephren, MOSS on oxf street is your best place for v good quality suits.

this is is you have 500 to spend on more than one suit

cos u can get about 4 for that price.

the need for a suit has never come up in my life

work as a cameraman and never for less than a bill a day :Y:

DJ'in is something i do for fun but when people randomly say they'll pay me 2 do it i take the opportunity :Y:

You don't exist in real life, therefore Your fashion sense and career can be whatever You chose them to be, so of course now we're in a thread about suits You're gonna suddenly know suits after a few google searches. :Y:

u can charge what u like, your phone never rings. :Y:

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John Lewis or if theres a baron jon near to you there

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For around the £500 mark you could get a nice Hugo Boss suit.

Go Sloane sq, they will sort you nicely.

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2 me suits all look the same.

thats cos u work at footlocker and are a part time struggling DJ

/

Ephren, MOSS on oxf street is your best place for v good quality suits.

this is is you have 500 to spend on more than one suit

cos u can get about 4 for that price.

the need for a suit has never come up in my life

work as a cameraman and never for less than a bill a day :Y:

DJ'in is something i do for fun but when people randomly say they'll pay me 2 do it i take the opportunity :Y:

You don't exist in real life, therefore Your fashion sense and career can be whatever You chose them to be, so of course now we're in a thread about suits You're gonna suddenly know suits after a few google searches. :Y:

u can charge what u like, your phone never rings. :Y:

if i argue with a person that doesn't exist it will confirm i am insane.

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5 00 aint gna buy a GREAT suit

jus somethin semi decent

get somethin from a budget pllace and save the rest

unles ur spenidn grands on a suit which has been taoilred for u

theres no point spendin 5 bils on it

jus go next or mand s or tm lewin

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Savile Row ftw

Try Gieves and Hawkes

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Where would you reccomend buying a suit in or around London?

Dont really want to spend more than 4/500 and looking for something thats ready to wear. I think tailoring takes a few weeks.

Prefer casual style to a business one, but either would do for the right price.

Sorry I only shop at House of Boaten

edit: There isnt even a store called House of Boateng. Basically just do what I do and go Next they will hook you up innit.

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COS and brooks brothers in regent street.

spend a few dollars altering it aswell.... brooks brothers has an in-store tailor i think. if not i recommend Mo's tailoring in south molton lane (bond st tube)

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If you're a slim guy I would recommend Saville Row. I've found they have the best fit for my body type still..

Right now however

I'm looking for suit alternatives...

Trus certain combos out there make man look bawsed up, in a fresh 2010 mode and not like every other guy sat there

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Where would you reccomend buying a suit in or around London?

Dont really want to spend more than 4/500 and looking for something thats ready to wear. I think tailoring takes a few weeks.

Prefer casual style to a business one, but either would do for the right price.

Don't you live in Asia somewhere?

You can probably go get a tailored suit made to a very high standard for peanuts.

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If you're a slim guy I would recommend Saville Row. I've found they have the best fit for my body type still..

Right now however

I'm looking for suit alternatives...

Trus certain combos out there make man look bawsed up, in a fresh 2010 mode and not like every other guy sat there

LOL there is no suit alternative if you are talking in terms of work and trying to make one would give the opposite impression to the one you're trying to promote. Will just make you look like a deviant / potential problem who will struggle to fit into an office environment.

If you're just talking casualwear then do you and ignore the above

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I wasn't talking about job interviews.

BUT

Thinking about it, I see your point and fail to concur.

If you're able to back it up with what you speak, It can work.

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