Someone complaining about unfinished trousers and a jacket that may require alterations? Lucky for you if there is a suit out there that requires zero alterations to fit properly.
Any suit from a department store is "crap" if you compare it to something substantially more expensive. Some people will never compare it to a $1200 Saxxon wool suit from Brooks Brothers, so I'm sure they are likely pleased with their Kenneth Cole Reaction for $120.
I was simply alerting users that (1) these suits are crap, and (2) users will have to get a number of alterations in addition to this price.
Since all suits need alterations, why not go to your local thrift shop where you can get a suit for $40 or less that is better quality and will require the same alterations??
I don't know why you would use a Saxxon suit (which have low arm holes, ridiculously thin lapels, and an absurdly high gorge) as the example. How about the golden fleece instead? Those can be purchased for $40 at your local thrift shop too, because they don't distinguish between the crappy polyester suit and a fully canvassed wool one. Also Nordstrom and Saks 5th Avenue don't only sell crap suits. Even Marshalls sells good suits for under $200. Look for hickey freeman, Tom Anderson, paul taylor, or Joseph Abboud; though each has multiple models of varying quality.
Almost any suit at a thrift store will be better than these. Just stay away from the gold-buttoned double breasted ones.
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