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Old 12-04-2012, 07:21 AM   #1
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So ive been looking at suits and they dont seem to fit me the way I would want them to. Im 6'5" 220 lbs and a waist size of 34. Does any one have any suggestions?
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AT 6'5" 220 I'm guessing you're fairly skinny? Odds are, an italian suit will get you close, but you might have to have some length added.
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Ya jeans I wear 34/36 so Im not fat. What brand italian suits should I look at?
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Look at your chest size..it's much easier to plan for.

But don't forget to do +10 if its a euro size
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Look at your chest size..it's much easier to plan for.

But don't forget to do +10 if its a euro size
^^^^she knows what she is talking about, and if you need your future suit altered, she is the person you need to talk to
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alpinestars and dianese as suggested. Alternatively, you could just go with a Syed (or other) custom-fit suit. It'll set you back, possibly, less than an off-the-shelf italian.
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go custom if you can. i have syed, worth every bit. thick racing leather beats anything off the rack.
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