George at ASDA Tuxedo Dinner Jacket £25 Trousers £10 In-store/Online - HotUKDeals
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Fabulous mens tuxedo jacket featuring:
- Jacquard / paisley midnight blue lining
- Peak lapel
- Satin trim detail on the collar and on the jet pocket
- Satin trim detail over lay tape on the trouser and back pocket jets
- Satin covered button detail
- D stitch detail in contrast on the inner jetted pockets
- Single back vent


Care instructions: Machine Washable

Fabric composition: Main: 68% Polyester, 32% Viscose.
Lining: 55% Polyester, 45% Viscose.

Product Ref: GEM3267

Trousers are also available for £10 here http://direct.asda.com/Tuxedo-Trouser/GEM3255,default,pd.html

Fantastic buy for all your party nights - these fabulous Tuxedo trousers feature half kick tape on the trouser hem to help prolong the life of the garment through wear and tear. Trouser waistband matches the lining of the jacket which can be bought separately.


Care instructions: Machine Washable

Fabric composition: 65% Polyester, 32% Viscose.

Product Ref: GEM3255

Delivery is £3.95

The quality is adequate, but for something that you wear only a couple of times a year it is cheaper than renting.
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#1
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#2
Also instore according to the TV they have shirt and bow tie for a fiver... get it while you can. Heat added x
#3
its made from polyester and viscose - it will be shiny as hell after 1 wash - piece of ****
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micoo
its made from polyester and viscose - it will be shiny as hell after 1 wash - piece of ****


What do you expect for £35? Matalan have a similar item for the same price.

You can rent for £30 a night, buy a "decent Tux" for £175 or this cheap item for £35. And for the record it's "shiny as hell" out of the packet.
#5
pugw$sh
What do you expect for £35? Matalan have a similar item for the same price.

You can rent for £30 a night, buy a "decent Tux" for £175 or this cheap item for £35. And for the record it's "shiny as hell" out of the packet.


asda clothes ahhhhhhhh run awayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
#6
I was in suits plus last night and saw a lovely ben sherman tux for £199 thinking of buying it for my wedding and also getting my best man one wedding is in vegas but not going down the bow tie route was going to wear shirt and tie, shall i buy it or wait to see if it comes down in the sales?????
#7
if u want a decent tux try ur local tk maxx u might find somethin nice - i usually rent a kilt tbh but i. gonna get a tux (not this one tho)
#8
i've been looking for a decent / cheap tux for my xmas ball, marks and sparks are doing tux and trousers for £50.
#9
chill
i've been looking for a decent / cheap tux for my xmas ball, marks and sparks are doing tux and trousers for £50.


if its a one off u would b better just goin to slaters or sumthin n rentin a real nice one
#10
slaters do some really nice ones starting from £50 quid, i was in there the other day looking for one for christmas parties and that. Might have a look in M&S tho for only £50 quid
#11
I know theres a credit crunch but Jees I would hate for people to see that its affecting me...

POLYESTER.... How very dare you...
#12
This is when being Scottish comes in very handy.

I have a kilt. It does me for :-

Weddings
Hogmanay
Christenings
Evening dress
International football games
And if you're brave, funerals

It also maintains our reputation as being as tight as **** of course by getting so much use out of one piece of clothing

If only. The whole setup costs about £700. Lasts a life time mind you.

P.S. I of course have a couple of suits for interviews and funerals...
#13
HERE HERE.

Ive got a full kilt tae...cost about £800

it gets worn at every possible occasion....INCLUDING funerals ( ive worn it at one ! ) hence its universal - all you do is change the colour of socks for a funeral...black sock only.

everythings there, ready to go....nothing to iron, looks ACE, is actaully very comfy most of the time.

Its internationally respected....nobody looks twice at you in new york....UNLESS your in a kilt. or naked.


Hear hear the pipes are calling
#14
i dont have my own kilt but i wore one to my prom and around the day after lol they are just awsome- english blokes dont get kilts
#15
that should be a new line for asda.....the £30 kilt.

it would be an instant hit in scotland.
#16
micoo
english blokes dont get kilts


We do there called skirts we let the lasses wear them mainly apart from the odd Friday night we never talk about in polite company :-D
#17
I bought a dinner jacket and trousers from Asda for about the same price last year because I needed one and I'd lost too much weight to fit in my old one. I never wear a DJ more than once a year so it seemed a complete waste to spend over £100 on it.

It's fine for one evening, but be sure to take the jacket off BEFORE you dance or you'll be awful sticky.:-D
#19
great, going to a Bond themed 21st birthday next week - this'll save me the damage waiver at moss bros ;)
#20
k13 wjd
that should be a new line for asda.....the £30 kilt.

it would be an instant hit in scotland.


actually lidl or aldi did something like a £15 or £25 kilt last year with matching £15 or so braveheart style shirt, and there are the popular towel kilts for about £13. a tartan towel with printed sporran so when you wrap it round your waist it looks like a kilt. a similar idea to the DJ t shirts from the 70s
#21
doublecuffs
I bought a dinner jacket and trousers from Asda for about the same price last year because I needed one and I'd lost too much weight to fit in my old one. I never wear a DJ more than once a year so it seemed a complete waste to spend over £100 on it.

It's fine for one evening, but be sure to take the jacket off BEFORE you dance or you'll be awful sticky.:-D


Marks & Spencers, buy the full kit, tuck the labels in, wear it to the do, keep it clean, return it next day as not fitting right.

Job done, free suit hire.
#22
They featured this on 'This Morning' yesterday and they were saying it was actually a very well made suit for the price. For someone who hasnt got a lot to spend its ideal :thumbsup:
#23
I'm not sure if it was nation wide but last Thursday I bought a tux from Burton. They had an offer which allowed you to get a free pair of trousers (£30) when you bought the jacket for £69.99. They also took 10 % off for student discount so it was effectively £62.99 for the whole suit.

It's obviously not Saville Row quality but far better than the tat from Asda, so if you fancy a step up, perhaps try Burton first ;)
#24
micoo
its made from polyester and viscose - it will be shiny as hell after 1 wash - piece of ****


i thought it would be 5 posts before someone waded in with an upturned nose, turns out it was 3
#25
I've two kilts, one for fitba and one for all other occasions. However if it's a dinner suit your really after Matalan have the jacket, trousers, shirt and bow tie all for 30 pounds
#26
Bought one - looks excellent on!

Used it and its fine - mingled in with the armani tux a friend wore with the bow tie as the exquisite extra
#27
Victoria Plumb
They featured this on 'This Morning' yesterday and they were saying it was actually a very well made suit for the price. For someone who hasnt got a lot to spend its ideal :thumbsup:


anyone get a great cut suit, its the material that it uses...... and as for the mingling with an Armani tux and blending in... then his must be fake!
#28
darrenwooly
anyone get a great cut suit, its the material that it uses...... and as for the mingling with an Armani tux and blending in... then his must be fake!


most likely he didn't want to offend his friend and tell him he looks like a right ****.

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