Suit advice

#1
Right you bunch of cunts, unfortunately there is a wedding I have to attend early next year and I require a new suit for the damn thing. Bearing in mind I'm a miserable twat of a Yorkshireman and just as tight fisted as the legends proclaim I am relying on you chaps to find me some suitable attire. Off you go.
 

Ravers

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#2
I've bought a couple of TM Lewin suits for work recently.

Not bad and reasonably priced.
 
#5
Right you bunch of cunts, unfortunately there is a wedding I have to attend early next year and I require a new suit for the damn thing. Bearing in mind I'm a miserable twat of a Yorkshireman and just as tight fisted as the legends proclaim I am relying on you chaps to find me some suitable attire. Off you go.
You could go in your birthday suit but I suppose all the wrinkles would be hard to iron out !
 

The_Duke

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#7
As a classic Yorkshire minge I think Slaters is right up your Strasse!
Slaters | Mens Clothing, Menswear, Mens Suits, Jackets, Shirts, Denims
Free alterations mean you get a made to measure look for small cash
Actually it means that you get an off the peg look but with sleeve and trouser lengths correct.

As above, if you are begrudgingly buying it for one day only (and are a relatively standard size) then a trip to the local charity shops may turn up something that will just about do it.
 

Ravers

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#9
Go to Asda you can get a jacket and Trousers for £29.00. Ideal for todays tight fisted Gyppo cunt on the go
I actually own an Asda suit for pissing up in. It's perfect for the work christmas party when I don't want to get sick and my secretary's minge juice on something more expensive.
 
#10
Actually it means that you get an off the peg look but with sleeve and trouser lengths correct.

As above, if you are begrudgingly buying it for one day only (and are a relatively standard size) then a trip to the local charity shops may turn up something that will just about do it.
Agree. Got a lovely Silver/Grey 2 piece M&S Sartorial range suit from Oxfam last week, 30 quid and as good as new. 10 quid to adjust the trousers a bit, Job Jobbed.
 
#13
You don't sound like the sort of cove who'd appear at the nuptials sporting morning dress, in fact I'm a little surprised that your kind even get married.

However, seeing as you ask - Google is your friend!

cheap suits - Google Search

All I would caution is: watch the percentage of man-made fibres in whatever spectacular ensemble you aquire and don't stand too close to candles or anyone smoking.

The other option is to hire some schmutter for the event, or mug a well dressed tramp.
 
#14
I know a great place for a wedding suit, it's where I got mine. It cost £20 and the name of the shop was Hepworths in Hammersmith. Not sre if it's still there and it was in 1968, hope this helps.
 
#15
New Look do a really nice light grey suit that would go really nice with a purple tie and light brown shoes :D....men... never let them go shopping alone
 
#16
Go to Asda you can get a jacket and Trousers for £29.00. Ideal for todays tight fisted Gyppo cunt on the go
I actually own an Asda suit for pissing up in. It's perfect for the work christmas party when I don't want to get sick and my secretary's minge juice on something more expensive.
Same here.
But like Mr.Creosotes after dinner mint in Monty Pythons "The Meaning of Life", "it's waff-fer thin".
 
#17
New Look do a really nice light grey suit that would go really nice with a purple tie and light brown shoes :D....men... never let them go shopping alone
Ahh ... yeees. I once bought a mauve blazer from a gay tailor near the BeeHive pub in Aldershit. Never heard the bloody end of it.
 

TheIronDuke

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#18
Right you bunch of cunts, unfortunately there is a wedding I have to attend early next year and I require a new suit for the damn thing. Bearing in mind I'm a miserable twat of a Yorkshireman and just as tight fisted as the legends proclaim I am relying on you chaps to find me some suitable attire. Off you go.
At last. After all these years I may fulfill the mission entrusted to me by the original Bad CO (not the Amsterdam murderer - the one before).

Right. Questions....

1) Do you just want to blend in? In which case you are spoiled for choice. Suits today are cut by laser in China from a pattern created in Europe by top end talent. This means you can buy a suit for under £100 from Tesco or Marksies and it will look OK.

2) Are your mates up-themselves ponces? In which case you will all be flicking your jacket so your mates will be in envy of your top-end label?

3) You walk into the party like you are walking onto a yacht. Your hat is strategically dipped below one eye, your scarf it is apricot.

If 1) or 2), fuck off you dismal Pikey.

If 3), perhaps I can help?
 

jarrod248

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#19
Right you bunch of cunts, unfortunately there is a wedding I have to attend early next year and I require a new suit for the damn thing. Bearing in mind I'm a miserable twat of a Yorkshireman and just as tight fisted as the legends proclaim I am relying on you chaps to find me some suitable attire. Off you go.
Yorkshire outlet.
 
#20
I know a great place for a wedding suit, it's where I got mine. It cost £20 and the name of the shop was Hepworths in Hammersmith. Not sre if it's still there and it was in 1968, hope this helps.
"John Collier, the window to watch" (1969)
 

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