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    Got a few special occasions to attend this year so it's time for a new suit!!!
    Anyone recommend designers, tailors or shops for some good quality suits that make me look like I own the place!?!?!

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    Sale finished in Arnotts last Sunday - fecking missed it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Nice Guy 101 View Post
    Got a few special occasions to attend this year so it's time for a new suit!!!
    Anyone recommend designers, tailors or shops for some good quality suits that make me look like I own the place!?!?!
    Your from Dublin like me I bet. Go wan spill the beans what did you do? Whens the court date?

    Clueless is right you missed out on the summer sale in Arnotts.

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    Just make sure it fits well and isn't some awkward colour, also get shoes and tie that match. And I mean match.
    Summary: navy suit black shoe's no
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cassandra View Post
    Just make sure it fits well and isn't some awkward colour, also get shoes and tie that match. And I mean match.
    Summary: navy suit black shoe's no
    Hmmm ok , so navy suit and what colour suit ?

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    You should give Dorian Black a try, they've some nice suits, and not you M&S or Next style.

    I've a few from there and always get a complement from the Judge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cassandra View Post
    Just make sure it fits well and isn't some awkward colour, also get shoes and tie that match. And I mean match.
    Summary: navy suit black shoe's no
    I disagree. Black shoes would be correct in this scenario. Women care for shit that don't matter.

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    Go somewhere nice, where they have a large selection of suits, you can try on a few and usually the people working there have quite a good eye to reccommend you what suits you best. Or take a skilled lady friend with you when shopping. Somewhere like House of Fraiser for example, it's very likely to find something you like. Small boutiques are good too but they may not always have a big variety to chose from, in case you are a bit fussy.
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    like the lady above mentioned. Go somewhere nice, close your eyes and shout "suit me up" and when you open your eyes again you will have a nice suit and a smaller bank account

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    I really like grey suits on man, however stupid other half refuse to listen to me, happy with navy blue...such an old school twat he is

    Depends on your budget, but these brands are top quality:

    -Brioni
    -Canali
    -Boss
    -Zegna

    Someone special likes Louis Copland, shopping there quiet often.
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