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- Shell: 100% SuitTech®
- Lining: 100% Rayon
- Custom Straight Pocket Jacket
- Non Pleated Front Design Pants
- Unhemmed Open Bottom 36" Length
- Zip Fly With Button Closures With Dual Straps
- Care instructions: Our SuitTech® suits are machine-washable in cold water and can be tumble-dried at low heat. Just turn the jacket inside out when drying. No dry cleaning needed! (As a precautionary step there is a dry clean only label in these suits, but it is not required.)
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Our signature modern two button flat front suit combines the best features of classic-fit & slim-fit designs to give you comfort & utmost style.
Made from 100% SuitTech, our signature poly fabric is moisture-wicking, breathable, light-weight, anti-deforming, anti-bacterial, form-fitting, & allows the suit to be machine-washable in cold water & can be tumble-dried at low heat. Just turn the jacket inside out when drying. No dry cleaning needed!
Our suits are constructed in a classic cut, but can be worn as slim or regular fit depending on how you make your final alterations, as 98% of all of people who buy a suit from any brand would need alterations done. To ensure you have the perfect fit, we'd recommend you find a good local tailor who can handle the standard alterations if needed, and your tailor can customize the suit to either a more relaxed modern fit or a tighter, more slim-fitted fit, ensuring you the exact fit of your choice.
If the sizes listed do not match what you need, please note that always go with the jacket size that fits you well and have the pants tailor if needed. Our pants have an extra 2” of fabric in the waist and 1/2” in the inseam that could be let out by your local tailor; up to 3” in the waist could be taken in. Since all of our pants come unfinished at 36” long, when you take the pants to your tailor to get them hemmed, the tailor can adjust the waist to fit you. Once an item is altered, it will not be eligible for return.
Contact us if you have any questions about sizing. Phone (628) 400-1341 or email though our Amazon storefront: First select the size of the item, then you will see our name “ALAIN DUPETIT” shown as a blue link below the estimated delivery date. Click that & you will be taken to our storefront where can send us a message or call our phone number.
Please note that we do not cover return shipping costs; when a return is made shipping costs from your original order cannot be refunded.
- Package Dimensions: 20.4 x 14.8 x 2.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.35 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B010U0YFHS
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 1, 2015
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UPDATE: I had no idea that you had to cut the stitching off yourself to open up the pocket that sits up on the chest until someone pointed it out to me. I thought I was going to ruin the suit by doing that but no. Now I can stick a handkerchief to add more appeal like I was wanting. I've changed my rating to 5 stars. It's a great suit after all. I'm new to buying suits and wasn't aware that companies stitch the pockets closed for good reasons. Just grab some small scissors or a small blade to cut the stitching off. So now you know too if you weren't aware of that either.
I usually take a 52R suit, and while I naturally will have the pants hemmed, otherwise I usually do okay off the rack. Not in this case. I found the jacket to be tight around the chest, but the sleeves to be overly long. As for the pants, I found them tight, but didn't expect them to fit after trying the jacket. And, before you (reasonably, I admit) ask, yes, I've checked my size over again after trying the suit on *sad grin*.
I have not taken them in yet for alterations, but will likely do so, as I am not thrilled with the "we refuse to pay return shipping no matter what the reason" policy, both on principal, and because if I'm otherwise going to lose half the cost of the product in return shipping, I might as well try to get some value out of it, instead.
It must be said, however, if you have access to reasonably priced alterations, and don't mind a suit that will require them, the initial price is not all that bad.