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how much woudl you pay for a work suit( wool)

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FluffyMummy123 Thu 04-Sep-08 14:04:19

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Pinkjenny Thu 04-Sep-08 14:05:11

About £100 - £150. I'm thinking maybe £75 for the jacket and £50 for the trousers??

flowerybeanbag Thu 04-Sep-08 14:07:42

£150

<<hijack>>

Oi PJ!

FluffyMummy123 Thu 04-Sep-08 14:08:43

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Fimbo Thu 04-Sep-08 14:11:26

I have trousers. If link doesn't work properly they are the Christobelle ones.

I will wait and see if the jacket gets reduced at Christmas. Also have the violet top in the link (again if it worked).

All I need is an office to work in...

Pinkjenny Thu 04-Sep-08 14:12:24

Sorry lovely lady. Am disillusioned with the world of HR.

ICod - sounds reasonable to me. Great fitting suits are hard to find IMO.

<straightens Primark jacket>

georgiemum Thu 04-Sep-08 14:13:53

Wait for sales and go into somewhere like Austin Reed or Jigsaw for something plain and safe. At least that's what I used to do a million years ago...

FluffyMummy123 Thu 04-Sep-08 14:14:44

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georgiemum Thu 04-Sep-08 14:28:20

I looove purple. But it doesn't suit me at all.

RubyRioja Thu 04-Sep-08 14:35:37

depends whether single season gimmick or multi season and estimated frequency of wearing. is it very memorable?

I'd spend £200 if I really loved it.

florenceuk Thu 04-Sep-08 14:51:29

I reckon about £130 for a jacket and £80 for trews if they are nice. Lined trews are especially comfy and worth paying more for. I got a fantastic pair in GAP for aobut £40 ever to be repeated again.

cmotdibbler Thu 04-Sep-08 14:56:24

I buy a lot of suits on Ebay - often they have been worn once, and go for a fraction of their original price.

If new, I reckon on 200-250, but I like suits where there are skirts and trousers so theres several looks from one suit.

anniemac Thu 04-Sep-08 15:21:41

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DrAnthonyZybutz Thu 04-Sep-08 16:04:35

acc to a colour woman i saw once
she said purple is the colour that suits most poeple

DrAnthonyZybutz Thu 04-Sep-08 16:06:11

thanks annie for that resume!
yes i agree
its not stretch - is a single button suit - new in so i presume will coem wiht a skirt mebbe.
i haev a grey flannel one from there a couple of years ago - have worna dn worn.
she was tyrign to get me to buy it then but acnnot justify.

hanaflower Thu 04-Sep-08 16:07:35

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hanaflower Thu 04-Sep-08 16:08:38

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anniemac Thu 04-Sep-08 16:12:48

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DrAnthonyZybutz Thu 04-Sep-08 16:18:18

no no

suit
black

anniemac Fri 05-Sep-08 11:29:58

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PavlovtheCat Fri 05-Sep-08 11:31:10

£150

annh Fri 05-Sep-08 11:34:56

Anniemac, the Maxmara price is sadly only for the jacket, although on a quick look I couldn't see that they stocked the trousers to match but would guess about another 150-170 for those. So Hobbs et al is cheaper.

anniemac Fri 05-Sep-08 11:38:26

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florenceuk Fri 05-Sep-08 11:45:23

I wonder if Max Mara Studio is a replacement for Marella?

Mind you my DH buys suits from Ted Baker which cost quite a lot more, but somehow justified by the fact that he buys two a year and wears them to death.

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