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Moss Bross is good, and if you haggle them with the prices, there'll reuce it for you, at least they did for me
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My brother got his first suit for an interview from M&S (he got the job!). Although he now gets his suits made-to-measure from Ozwald Boateng on Savile Row, he still does have some suits from M&S's Autograph collection, where designers make the suits for M&S.

For an interview, if you only want to spend between £100 and £200 on a suit then i'd advise M&S. There are some slight differences between tailored and suits from M&S, but for an interview no one will care that much. However if you want to, you could buy a good quality from shirt from somewhere like Thomas Pink, which can make all the difference to a suit.
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(Original post by kikzen)
hi

i need a suit for working/placement interviews in october/november.
ive got about £100-200 but wanna buy a few shirts too (i already have some dress shoes)

where should i purchase from?


(also how much would it cost to get a tailor to alter a suit? if i got one from a highstreet would they do alterations (for free?)?)

thanks!

Get a tailored suit. I cannot stress how tacky i find it when I am in the city and you see men in suits that werent made for them and just look wrong on.
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(Original post by Everdawn)
Get a tailored suit. I cannot stress how tacky i find it when I am in the city and you see men in suits that werent made for them and just look wrong on.
yes yes i agree.

but seriously people, while YOU may be able to afford a tailored suit, I cannot. not yet anyway. so please, give me suggestions taking into account the money i can spend.
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(Original post by kikzen)
yes yes i agree.

but seriously people, while YOU may be able to afford a tailored suit, I cannot. not yet anyway. so please, give me suggestions taking into account the money i can spend.
MOSS, NEXT - both good places.
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ok, buy a suit from a reputable but affordable store then find a tailor who ill re-fit it to you.
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