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Updated on Wednesday, September 24

#19838

OMG: Just bought a suit at one of the most expensive suit shops around, thinking it was normal price. Got home to find out how much less I could have paid. Anyone want to buy a soul?

56 comments

  1. You little bitch....suit you bought is an investment, not a fucking expense.
    Capitalize that bitch into your wardrobe. Learn to dress better so you can get better jobs and then you little ass would be thanking you bought the good/expensive one.
    -AFM 4A (Almost motherfucking cunt-throbbing done)

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    1. lol if OP in eng, OP doesn't need good suit to get good sw job.

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    2. It's true, some programs are about what you know, not how much money you spent on an outfit.

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    3. Afm students would know about overpaying for something mediocre.

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    4. LOL I wear flip flops to work and make more than an AFM student ever will. Some people really get fucked over in life.

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    5. @2d: You win the truth award

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  2. Your suit is an extension of your body. Don't settle for less and be awesome. True story.

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    1. Hey Barney! Cruising our campus for Asian chicks, I presume?

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    2. He'll be an asian chick magnet!

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  3. get your self a wide array of dress shirts and ties now

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  4. not to mention a learning experience....shit won't matter 10 years down the line but now you'll know before investing in another suit

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  5. Couldn't you have just returned it?

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    1. nah, its custom made

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    2. 6.a if you're buying a custom made suit... you can't complain about the damn cost. I have no sympathy for you.

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    3. c you can get really decent bespoke suits from Vietnam and Thailand for like $100, in fact the whole trip there and back won't even come up to $1700

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    4. Why is this so funny?

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  6. It's an investment. There's so many men here walking around in cheap ugly suits that don't fit them

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    1. That is why I love my BD suit so much.

      It has a perfect fit, and really makes me stand out from the rest of the crowd.

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    2. Suits are not about standing out, and also you probably don't.

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    3. A man in a well tailored suit will definitely stand out.

      Hello, Harvey Specter? (I'm sorry I had to)

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    4. @ The rest of you, that was a joke. I did not want to make it too obvious, but apparently it did not land....

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    5. But I like the cheap ugly suit

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  7. I would assume he meant that when he got home he found the same suit online/elsewhere for much less. Sure a suit could be an investment but id rather pay less for the same suit through another retailer.

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    1. no, just I could have gotten one that fits great at a much lower price somewhere else

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  8. What, Channer's on King? Ripofffffff

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  9. Paid $1700, went out looking to spend $700

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  10. 1700 is waaay more than necessary.

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  11. Y'all better have gone to Paul Puncher for that kind of money, sheeeit.

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  12. check out Wc Brown and Sons in Elmira. 94 years of business and very affordable! Great selection and a lot of Canadian made suits as well as custom tailoring

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  13. Damn. You single?

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    1. Yes, but I won't be able to take anyone out on expensive dates until I get a few more paychecks

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    2. He's kinda cute too ;)

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  14. Rent a car and head to MI for all your suiting needs

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    1. I will just take my own car, although I would probably spend a lot more on gas in my car than the rental fees+gas on the rental

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    2. See, I'm economically minded and thought of that beforehand.

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  15. If you can't return it then why worry? It's done.

    Hopefully it's a nice suit, good colour, fits you properly. If that's the case then you'll get quite a few years of use out of it and you'll look good in it.

    A lot of people (especially walking around for co-op interviews) wear shit suits, and it shows. You always get these engineering dorks who are all like "it doesn't matter what you wear", but they're wrong.

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    1. I haven't actually seen the suit yet, still has to be made, but I picked a nice fabric, and trust the people fitting me that it will be great.

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  16. #firstworldproblems. Spend 1700 on something more useful than clothes that have depreciating value

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  17. I would never date a guy who dropped 1700 on a suit in undergrad...maybe if he actually could afford to that would be a different story...but most students realistically shouldn't be able to pay for that shit

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    1. I can afford it, just would rather not take money out of investments if my paycheck doesn't come before my visa bill is due.

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    2. Lol...what does dating a guy have to do with the price he paid for his suit? Girls think about stupid shit like this too much.

      - btw I am a girl

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    3. This is the dumbest shit I've ever heard

      - a girl

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    4. It's only stupid if you don't think about important things when you're dating someone. Personally, I'd like the guy I'm dating to care about deeper things than a 1700 dollar suit and looking hot for his interview. In all honesty you can spend less than that and look good for an interview. - another girl

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  18. Since some of you have been commenting about stores, I got it at Harry Rosen.

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    1. Pic of your ballin bill op

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    2. When i get home from work

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    3. http://i.imgur.com/8rkebWE.jpg

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    4. They made me pay part when I was there, and the rest when I pick it up.

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