What's your suit size?

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    Mar 06, 2012 3:41 AM GMT
    35R jacket. 31R pants. And 15 1/2 32-33 shirt. I need to get buffer! icon_confused.gif
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    Mar 06, 2012 3:46 AM GMT
    42-44R, 30x34 pants. Shirt I think 16 1/2.
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    Mar 06, 2012 4:00 AM GMT
    38R jacket
    16 34/35 shirt
    31/31 pants (should be 29/31 but egg nog)
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    Mar 06, 2012 4:04 AM GMT
    42 L jacket
    17 shirt
    34 pant
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    Mar 06, 2012 4:23 AM GMT
    46R jacket
    17 shirt
    36 pant
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    Mar 06, 2012 4:25 AM GMT
    46-48L jacket, 36-38L pants (depending on how honest the pant size is... they love to inflate your ego by labelling it smaller!). Legs are a 37" inseam, hehehe.

    17-17.5 neck on my shirt. 36-37" arm inseam, depending on the cut.
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    Mar 06, 2012 4:27 AM GMT
    Does this mean you're going to send me a hand-tailored suit? Thanks! icon_lol.gif
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    Mar 06, 2012 4:27 AM GMT
    Ariodante said42-44R, 30-32 pants. Shirt I think 16 1/2.


    We can share clothes icon_smile.gif except the pants... 34-36
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    Mar 06, 2012 4:31 AM GMT
    Depends on the cut of the suit, but generally my sizes are: 42-44R or L, 32-34 pants. Dress shirt 16 1/2 and 34-35 sleeve.
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    Mar 06, 2012 4:32 AM GMT
    36S Jacket
    14 1/2 32 Shirt (Only Slim Fit Cut)
    30/30 Pant (although hem is actually 1 1/4 " shorter)
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    Mar 06, 2012 4:33 AM GMT
    42 regular
    15.5 neck for shirt
    pants are altered but when I buy jeans they are 30/30
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    Mar 06, 2012 5:30 AM GMT
    44L and 34/34. Shirt is 16/37.
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    Mar 06, 2012 5:38 AM GMT
    Depending on the cut of the suit: icon_cool.gif
    Jacket 38-40 S
    Trouser 30/30
    Shirt 15.5-16/32
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    Mar 06, 2012 5:39 AM GMT
    lots of variables....depends on cut, designer

    right now...i'm mainly wearing

    georgio armani and weat 40L in three- or four- button single-breasted jackets or anything double-breasted and 40R for most two button single-breasted jackets.

    15 1/2 34 or 35 for most shirts
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    Mar 06, 2012 5:41 AM GMT
    44S jacket
    32 Waist
    30 inseam
    medium break in the pants

    16-16.5 32/33 shirt

    Yes, I've unfortunately realized I need custom separates which can be more expensive.
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    Mar 06, 2012 5:51 AM GMT
    Suit or jacket 38S
    Shirt 14.5
    Pants 32

    I'm tiny ...
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    Mar 06, 2012 8:57 AM GMT
    38R, 32pants, 14 1/2 33 shirt

    The guy I am currently "talking to" is my exact size. So I am happy about potentially doubling my wardrobe.
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    Mar 06, 2012 9:52 AM GMT
    I am down to a 42R jacket, 34/30 pant, and I believe a 16 or 16.5 shirt.

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    My before suit was a 54T jacket and 44 - 46 in pant. Wow...

    Edit: Can I also add - you don't know how nice it feels to actually see this and see that I am actually wearing normal sized clothing. Sometimes it's still hard for me to grasp that I'm not bigger than everybody else in the world... icon_biggrin.gif
  • mikey_101

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    Mar 06, 2012 10:14 AM GMT
    36r chest,
    30 waist,
    32 leg,
    15.5 collar.
  • HndsmKansan

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    Mar 06, 2012 10:19 AM GMT
    Always stuck between an "L" and a ""R" for suits, but generally a 42 in coats, 33 waist and a 16.5 with shirts.

    Always try and get "athletic cut" suits, but they can be hard to find.
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    Mar 06, 2012 10:36 AM GMT
    50 regular that has to be taken on the sides because suits are made to fit fat guys. The pants have to be totally resized with it or purchased seperately because a 52 regular suit comes with pants sized 46 and I wear a 33-34 pants... and my dressshirt is a 19 to fit in the neck without choking me but then it blouses up so much I look ridiculous unless I pay an extra $25 to have the shirt taken in on the sides...

    I hate wearing a coat and tie because of this.

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    Mar 06, 2012 10:43 AM GMT
    36 inch chest, 30 inch waist, 32 inside leg, 15.5 collar.

    I like a nice slim fit suit but I hardly every wear the full thing.
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    Mar 06, 2012 4:18 PM GMT
    Jackets - 42L
    Slacks - waist: 33
    Shirts - neck & sleeve: 17/35

    I'm tall and bulky suits don't look as well on me as European cut suits do. From a guy who has been around a long time, and who has had to dress well all my life, my first advice is to stay away from Men's Warehouse. You don't need seconds and overstock crap that isn't well tailored. I made the mistake ONCE and if you have an expensive suit in your closet that was cut poorly and came from material that was a "second" you won't wear it and will feel like heck donating it to Goodwill.

    Stick with a good tailor, or go with brands you trust, like Zegna, Boss, Lauren, Brooks Bros., DKNY, Klein, Wilkes Bashford, Saks, Nordstrom, even Macy's has several brands and will treat you right when it comes to cutting (tailoring) your suits.

    This is not the time to go cut-rate. You won't look good, and you'll be wasting money in the long run. Better to have a few good suits (or jackets and slacks) than to have a lot of crap or seconds. If you are a young guy and have the $$ for just one good suit, consider dark blue. More money? Make your second suit gray. Avoid anything too wild or that will go right out of style. You should be able to wear a good suit for 7 or more years. Always use good wood hangars, and get the store to give you zippered suit bags.

    If you just have $$ for a good jacket and slacks, that's okay too. How about a good dark blue sport coat, and a gray pair of slacks? This is what we in SF call "the uniform" and this is a good look for most any guy.
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Mar 06, 2012 4:25 PM GMT
    42 regular coat

    32 waist pants

    Thank God I rarely ever have to wear a suit
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    Mar 06, 2012 4:26 PM GMT
    Jockbod48 said Jackets - 42L
    Slacks - waist: 33
    Shirts - neck & sleeve: 17/35

    I'm tall and bulky suits don't look as well on me as European cut suits do. From a guy who has been around a long time, and who has had to dress well all my life, my first advice is to stay away from Men's Warehouse. You don't need seconds and overstock crap that isn't well tailored. I made the mistake ONCE and if you have an expensive suit in your closet that was cut poorly and came from material that was a "second" you won't wear it and will feel like heck donating it to Goodwill.

    Stick with a good tailor, or go with brands you trust, like Zegna, Boss, Lauren, Brooks Bros., DKNY, Klein, Wilkes Bashford, Saks, Nordstrom, even Macy's has several brands and will treat you right when it comes to cutting (tailoring) your suits.

    This is not the time to go cut-rate. You won't look good, and you'll be wasting money in the long run.



    Honestly, I have such a drop from jacket to pants that I dont even wear suits.

    If you wear a nice blazer or sportcoat with nice pants, you can go anywhere you can go with a suit. Grey flannel pants, a nice linen or wool black jacket well cut, a crisp white laundered shirt and a grey tie? That is a nice look as as formal as a suit.

    Just IMHO