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J.Crew Factory Men's Slim Thompson Wool Flannel Suit (Dark Royal) EXPIRED

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J.Crew Factory has J.Crew Factory Men's Slim Thompson Wool Flannel Suit (Dark Royal) for $97.48 when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free. Thanks ArseneWenger

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  2. Add Suit Pants to bag
  3. Apply promo code DASHING
  4. Total will now be $97.48 + Free Shipping
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Last Edited by Adelley December 14, 2017 at 12:47 PM
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For those of you that care, this is a poly blend (wool and viscose).
Careful with repeated pressing since it's flannel its more sensitive to heat, so the viscose can and will get a sheen after a few pressings at the dry cleaners.
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Thanks for sharing OP.
Full J Crew suit for less than $99 is a Fantastic deal. Just ordered.
Indeed there are many sizes available as of right now.
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Thanks for posting. Looks like a good deal. Too bad that blue is not my color-- I would need a darker navy.
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Thanks OP, but already have one this color. I stopped browsing that subreddit because it cost me too much money... Lol
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No return. Ugh.
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A ~$500 suit for ~$98? I'm in! Thanks OP.
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I'm tempted but the no return/exchange is holding me back. I've never tried on any of their pants, let alone suits..... and I don't want to have to spend more money at the tailor.

Great deal though!
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For those of you that care, this is a poly blend (wool and viscose).
Careful with repeated pressing since it's flannel its more sensitive to heat, so the viscose can and will get a sheen after a few pressings at the dry cleaners.
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I'm tempted but the no return/exchange is holding me back. I've never tried on any of their pants, let alone suits..... and I don't want to have to spend more money at the tailor.

Great deal though!
No matter what suit you buy, you should always spend more money at the tailor. Anyone who wears suits regularly can see an off the shelf guy a mile away.
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No matter what suit you buy, you should always spend more money at the tailor. Anyone who wears suits regularly can see an off the shelf guy a mile away.
I disagree. Different brands fit differently. After much shopping around, I've found Banana Republic suits fit my body type (shoulders, waist, thighs, etc) perfectly and have just had to take to the tailor for minor things such as sleeve length adjustments.

That said, not everyone is going to find a brand for them, but personally I think it's worth looking around for.
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pay with an AMEX and your always covered with the purchase
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I've bought 2 Thompson suits so far and am a fan of the cut. This is J Crew factory though so keep that in mind.

You'll have to tailor it no matter what most likely but remember the size of the jacket is most expensive to tailor (chest size and length of the suit). The pants are usually pretty easy and inexpensive to tailor.

Please don't wear bad fitting suits people. I mean it makes me look better in comparison but still come on.
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pay with an AMEX and your always covered with the purchase
How do you mean?
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