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about how much does this cost and how far in advance should I go for a fitting?
and buy one (unless you are still growing)
There will surely be more than one occassion in your life when you need a dinner suit, and it should therefore pay for itself. Also, you will not need to fck around with fittings / having to plan in advance and getting dicked around by moss bross ever again...
that I've needed one. I don't think it'd be worth buying one.
"There will surely be more than one occassion in your life when you need a dinner suit"
wearing jeans and a t-shirt. I did last night, for example...
read this before you do anything:
so I won't worry too much but cheers
She'd kill me if I did that
Wearing black tie is like signing a contract saying "I solemnly swear to worry far too much about what I'm wearing in order that I might avoid looking like an awkward twat"
I guess you are the expert on things like this
worse than black tie done wrong. Better off wearing a normal suit.
jsut small independent places
but really you should go and book as soon as possible.
Normally cost is usually around the £50 mark I think but then if you don't want shoes then that will reduce it generally.
You want it to fit badly?
from moss bros. All they do is give you a suit off the rack, don't they?
I don't really know what Moss Bros. is (I don't live in England)
They have a lot of different suit types so they'll order in if you give them enough time.
they cost about £30 to hire.
personally, i like knowing that its mine.
Upper 6th year formal.