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38. Just subract 6 from any jacket size
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These all look like decent suits as far as I can tell. All but the first one list simply "wool" in the description which is good. You don't want polyester, spandex, and other garbage materials in a suit. That said, I'm guessing these are all fused, stiff, and way to slim for most people to move around comfortably. Give it a shot if you've got a store nearby to return it.

That said, many people in this price range would be better served spending their money on a high quality used suit on eBay. Get your exact measurements, either by visiting a tailor or literally measuring another suit coat and dress pants that fit you very well and comfortably. Then go to eBay and create a search for those sizes in a high quality, but decently priced brand like Hickey Freeman or Hart Schaffner Marx (HSM). For slightly more, you could take a step up to Canali or Oxxford. Another to Zegna. Another to Brioni. Be careful...it's kind of addictive :-)
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Isn't that 34"?
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Suit noob.. what size are the pants on a 44R jacket?
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not the nicest looking suit
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Suit noob.. what size are the pants on a 44R jacket?
38. Just subract 6 from any jacket size
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6" drop so subtract 6 from jacket size. Ex. 40R jacket comes with 34" waist pants
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According to the description each of the suits have a 6" drop which means that the waist size is determined by subtracting 6 from the chest size. In other words, a 40R suit will come with a 34" waisted trouser.

Also be aware that the trousers are unhemmed, which is usually an extra $15-20 at the tailor's.
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Ordered first 3... 5% CB with Chase freedom. Plus 3% CB ebts
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6" drop so subtract 6 from jacket size. Ex. 40R jacket comes with 36" waist pants
Isn't that 34"?
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What's the best one for a new employee working in the State Capitol?
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These all look like decent suits as far as I can tell. All but the first one list simply "wool" in the description which is good. You don't want polyester, spandex, and other garbage materials in a suit. That said, I'm guessing these are all fused, stiff, and way to slim for most people to move around comfortably. Give it a shot if you've got a store nearby to return it.

That said, many people in this price range would be better served spending their money on a high quality used suit on eBay. Get your exact measurements, either by visiting a tailor or literally measuring another suit coat and dress pants that fit you very well and comfortably. Then go to eBay and create a search for those sizes in a high quality, but decently priced brand like Hickey Freeman or Hart Schaffner Marx (HSM). For slightly more, you could take a step up to Canali or Oxxford. Another to Zegna. Another to Brioni. Be careful...it's kind of addictive :-)
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not the nicest looking suit
For $112, it's actually better than I'd expected. Not a killer deal, but this is a good combination of the classic/slim look for guys looking in that window.
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i just ordered from h&m a nom wool suit for the exact price. looks like im returning that! thanks op!
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This suit looks really nice, I'll check if there's suitable size for me, thanks OP.
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6" drop so subtract 6 from jacket size. Ex. 40R jacket comes with 34" waist pants
Seems backwards to me. Wouldn't you want to choose your pant size then your jacket size is determined off that? I realize this is standard practice with suits, but seems to me that a lot of people will end up with pants that don't fit if they go off of their jacket size.
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