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    Free Jos. A Bank suit - what would you get?

    I'm in a position to get a free (replacement) suit from Jos A Bank. I need something I can wear to court. If you were getting a free suit from them, what would you choose?

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    Plain navy or plain charcoal if you don't already have one

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    Yeah, Navy or charcoal are the best colors I'd use for court, plain, signature Gold if they will cover it, that's half canvassed.

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    Try to find something that it tailored fit. They are cut somewhat better.

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    They have some higher end suits. I think they are called signature gold or something. Half or full canvassed and some with some nice wool. I check one out while in a JAB last week when I was picking up some suit hangers. They were decent but rather large.

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    Yeah, the signature gold suits are half canvased, but I'm pretty sure they only come in the classic fit.

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    There is a classic fit navy, or a navy herringbone in the tailored fit. I'm gonna try them both on this weekend, but what is your impression of herringbone in court?

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