I was looking for a summer suit, and for the price, this one was hard to beat. With that being said though, be warned. This feels cheap and thin, even for a cheap suit. I did wear it to church, but got no positive feedback from my wife or anyone else. So, it's back to what you spend.
The suit runs slightly large but not as much as ratings showed. I ordered a 44R when I usually wear a 46R. This was a mistake as the suit was too tight. The pants were supposed to be 38 waist but they were more like a 37. Not a bad suit though.
I am a seamstress but not a tailor. I do know good tailoring though. This suit is beautifully tailored and nicely made. I bought a total of 10 suits so far this year for my husband. They all have been very nice and really great deals. My advice for guys is to buy what you want and be confident in the quality. I will now add more to my husbands suit collection but will be more discerning about what materials they are made of like 100% wool, wool /silk blend, linen and cotton. I think the polyesters suits are just fine, look good and are still a good deal but I think the natural fibers breathe better and feel better for the wearer. It's a snob thing. This particular suit was a specialty suit and for a specific event. The price was so good I had to get it. It is beautifully tailored. The linen is nice even when wrinkled. My only advice to guys would be to check the materials. Otherwise of the 10 suits I have purchased this year all have been keepers.(even the polyester ones) My husband is very happy. There is no more whining about not having enough suits to wear. Thank you overstock. com
For *** I'm not going to squeak too loud. Having a tag that says 150 in a suit that isnt even made of wool is designed to mislead the consumer. Again it's *** for a polyester suit that will be nice and hot in Phoenix. In fairness, the suit doesnt look too bad.
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