This tuxedo is nice enough quality for the price, however please beware that it is absolutely NOT slim fit. Some of the Q&A below says it's slim fit and some says it's classic fit. Before purchasing, customer service confirmed for me that it is slim fit, however the pants are extremely baggy with the inseam/crotch sitting 4-6" too low. And I ordered the correct size. So it's a solid tux for the price, but you should purchase with eyes wide open. If you are a taller slender athletic person and want a more modern, form fitting tux, this is not it.
This slim fit tux fit my 18 y/o son beautifully. Plenty of extra length after hemming (he's 6 feet tall). Nice light weight wool. Needed for college concert performances--he's a music major. Great deal.
Was hopeful the quality would be good, and we are very happy with the fabric. The one button look is definitely the trend right now, and the notched lapel is great. Really like the no flaps on the pocket as well. Suit came true to size and I also noticed the material is stretchy enough that pants don't have to fit air-tight. As an added bonus, includes suspenders (or brances) buttons sewed into the pants already.
There were several tuxes available on Overstock when I came to order mine. My wedding is coming up and I wanted to make sure that the tux was perfect, not just good enough. I ordered this tux, the Mantoni 3-button, the Ike Behar tux, and the Kenneth Cole 2-button Slim tux... that's right, I ordered 4 tuxedos. This tux fit the best (I'm a true 42R, and this was spot-on), the material was the best, the detailing (satin pocket trim, waist trim, leg piping) was the best, and even the packaging was nicer than the others. The 3-button Mantoni was of similar quality, but I didn't like the styling as much. I know it is $30-40 more expensive than some of the others listed here, but after trying them on, I can tell you it is the best...
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