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Slim Suits- Size 38R

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    Slim Suits- Size 38R

    I am interested in purchasing a pre-owned slim suit with jacket size 38R and waist size 31-33. could go up or down a size as long as pants can be altered. As for my style, this past year I have purchased 3 slim suits from JCF and one from Joseph Abboud. My favorite suit of the bunch would be the JCF in worsted wool. I now wear suits everyday to work and am looking to increase my collection. To save some $$$ I thought I might try this. Please post pics and what you are looking to sell suit for. I am open to all colors and styles.

    If you need one suit that is nicer than the pack from JCF and such for bigger presentations, weddings, etc, I have one I'd consider selling.

    eHaberdasher Benjamin. Navy Blue. Size 38R with 34" waist pants (true size, not 32" vanity sized with these measurements like most companies). High end finishing (full canvas construction, Super 140's fabric, etc) and highly regarded as the best value in men's suiting on StyleForum. It's been worn 5 times and is in excellent condition.

    I've put on some muscle, so am likely best to size up to a 39/40 from them, rather than have my tailor open up this jacket. I'll take $450 for the suit with two pairs of pants and a garment bag shipped in CONUS.

    If you're interested, I can take some pictures this evening after I get home from work.



      I have a J Crew Factory Thompson Suit in Grey Worsted Wool- Sz 38R & 33x32 "slim" pants.

      This suit is approximately a year old and in great condition, I have just outgrown the jacket. No tears or snags, comes from a smoke free pet free home. The pants have a small mark near the crotch which is hard to see, about the size of a BB (highlighted in pictures). Excellent mid/light grey color which works year round- not too dark and has a slight heathered color for some visual texture. Pics at


        Heres a navy wool from H&M

        And a black pinstripe from John Richmond

        (might have mixed up the links)