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Tesco machine washable suit £15.00!

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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
First Post. Be kind, hope its a gooden cause I certainly did!

Just came back from Tesco and I was able to get a new machie washable Black suit for £15. Normally £19 for the Jacket and £6 for the Trousers or both for £25 but now is £15!
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Is this Tescos version of the £15 suit that Asda did a few months ago ? Is it shiny?
#2
LJM
Is this Tescos version of the £15 suit that Asda did a few months ago ? Is it shiny?


I didn't know Asda had a £15 suit as well. I just thought for £15 from £25 is pretty decent. It was part of the Back to School deal. From what sizes I saw available it looked to be good for anyone looking for a cheap temp suit like me. They also had Grey ones as well.
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Well i think shame on all of you that are voting this cold - snobbery. This is a very good buy and could be useful for a young person going for interviews, where they would not otherwise wear a suit, and don't have the budget for a proper priced one. Or for a funeral or to attend a graduation or something. It will still show that they are making an effort, and frankly anyone that sneers or knocks back a person because theyre wearing a cheap suit, well.... theyre just idiots, the kind that vote a deal like this cold. :)

Heat and rep added.
#4
Well said Real :thumbsup:
#5
Well said Real
Ditto, great deal, thanks.
#6
heat and rep, great deal.
#7
Can I just add these suits are made in the same factories as M&S and Next using the same spec. I love the fact people are sniffy and then pay £50+ more for the same suit with a different label in it!. These suits are loss leaders (sold at a loss to create good press) so are a complete bargain. Of course there not Saville Row quality but neither is the rest of the high street.

Heat added x
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therealslimkaty;2810115
Well i think shame on all of you that are voting this cold - snobbery. This is a very good buy and could be useful for a young person going for interviews, where they would not otherwise wear a suit, and don't have the budget for a proper priced one. Or for a funeral or to attend a graduation or something. It will still show that they are making an effort, and frankly anyone that sneers or knocks back a person because theyre wearing a cheap suit, well.... theyre just idiots, the kind that vote a deal like this cold. :)

Heat and rep added.


Snobbery? No, people realise what an absolutely terrible suit this is most likely to be. I'd avoid wearing it to interviews as first impressions count for a lot. Perhaps a funeral or graduation would be more fitting.

For your information, you don't need to spend the earth to get a cheap suit. My favoruite suits cost me £160 from M&S.
#9
The illest fitting suits ever
#10
sarahgt
Can I just add these suits are made in the same factories as M&S and Next using the same spec. I love the fact people are sniffy and then pay £50+ more for the same suit with a different label in it!. These suits are loss leaders (sold at a loss to create good press) so are a complete bargain. Of course there not Saville Row quality but neither is the rest of the high street.

Heat added x


And this is a total random assumption made, as I can 100% say they are not made "in the same factory as Next"
#11
Suits are not tax deductable, so why spend a lot.
Rather have the extra money in my pocket, no dry cleaning costs either.
Dry cleaning a suit is not tax deductable either.:thumbsup:
#12
Mada06

For your information, you don't need to spend the earth to get a cheap suit. My favoruite suits cost me £160 from M&S.


your favourite yes but what about the cheap suits?

ive a £150+ suit but as its £150+ its rarely worn for £15 if it get wrecked by some idiot it isn't a big loss
#13
sarahgt
Can I just add these suits are made in the same factories as M&S and Next using the same spec. I love the fact people are sniffy and then pay £50+ more for the same suit with a different label in it!. These suits are loss leaders (sold at a loss to create good press) so are a complete bargain. Of course there not Saville Row quality but neither is the rest of the high street.

Heat added x


So which branch of Tesco do you manage:whistling:
#14
Mattcafc
And this is a total random assumption made, as I can 100% say they are not made "in the same factory as Next"


M&S frozen foods are made in the same factory which provides FarmFoods.
so it isn't impossible, maybe not the exact material but it happens with firms
#15
Thanks for that real. Exactly my thoughts, for that price it would do perfectly for anyone who are in that sort of situation. Cheers for the Heat and Rep all, pretty nice to have a first post do well.
#16
Jearm84
M&S frozen foods are made in the same factory which provides FarmFoods.
so it isn't impossible, maybe not the exact material but it happens with firms


And where exactly did I say it didnt happen in companies?

Totally random point you just made there mate
#17
Previous experience has made me shy about commenting about these garments; how long before somebody starts a post about sweat shops and underpaid foreign labour. I got a real ********** when I suggested what good value Primark socks were.
#18
:thumbsupsee these suits in tesco huntingdon today and have to say for the money very good value i just wish all the misery guts would realise value for money when posted .
voted hot:thumbsup:
#19
sarahgt
Can I just add these suits are made in the same factories as M&S and Next using the same spec. I love the fact people are sniffy and then pay £50+ more for the same suit with a different label in it!. These suits are loss leaders (sold at a loss to create good press) so are a complete bargain. Of course there not Saville Row quality but neither is the rest of the high street.

Heat added x


How do you know that? What are the welfare conditions like for the workers?
#20
diabeticguy
Previous experience has made me shy about commenting about these garments; how long before somebody starts a post about sweat shops and underpaid foreign labour. I got a real ********** when I suggested what good value Primark socks were.


Quite right too, the recent BBC documentary found children making clothes for Primark!! That OK with you, is it?
#21
sarahgt
Can I just add these suits are made in the same factories as M&S and Next using the same spec. I love the fact people are sniffy and then pay £50+ more for the same suit with a different label in it!. These suits are loss leaders (sold at a loss to create good press) so are a complete bargain. Of course there not Saville Row quality but neither is the rest of the high street.


Who on earth would pay £75+ for a plastic suit?

I suppose this clobber might come in handy if you have some gardening or painting to do. You wouldn't want to get your jeans dirty.

If you are really short of cash - i.e. out of work as I was a few years ago, the jobcentre arranged for a clothing allowance on top of your dole that paid for a half decent suit (£100+) and shoes for interviews. No need to risk a static electric shock when you shake hands with the interviewer wearing the likes of these.
#22
markbargain
Quite right too, the recent BBC documentary found children making clothes for Primark!! That OK with you, is it?


You think only cheap garments are made in sweatshops? Really?!
#23
Credit cunch, perfect cheap suit, the idea is hat it's cheap if you want something for things not that important buy this, if you want a top of the range buy one, I would buy something like this i would wear a suit once in a blue moon and at £15 it's dispensible. Hot.
#24
Mattcafc
And where exactly did I say it didnt happen in companies?

Totally random point you just made there mate


as I can 100% say they are not made "in the same factory as Next"
#25
Mada06
Snobbery? No, people realise what an absolutely terrible suit this is most likely to be. I'd avoid wearing it to interviews as first impressions count for a lot. Perhaps a funeral or graduation would be more fitting.

For your information, you don't need to spend the earth to get a cheap suit. My favoruite suits cost me £160 from M&S.


For your information, £160 IS the earth, to a lot of people, and about as achievable as a £1000 suit. I will repeat, if an interviewer can't see beyond a cheap suit to the clean, intelligent, qualified person for the job.... well it's a bad day.
#26
markbargain
Quite right too, the recent BBC documentary found children making clothes for Primark!! That OK with you, is it?


It's quite alright for me if it keeps them off the streets. Hehe
#27
I Love Primark and Tesco..etc,etc... dont give a damm what anyone says..:whistling:
#28
therealslimkaty;2811618
For your information, £160 IS the earth, to a lot of people, and about as achievable as a £1000 suit. I will repeat, if an interviewer can't see beyond a cheap suit to the clean, intelligent, qualified person for the job.... well it's a bad day.


But it happens, so why not give yourself the best possible opportunity to do the best you can for the sake of £100? Think of it as an investment :)
#29
boonergooner
You think only cheap garments are made in sweatshops? Really?!


Sorry, where did I write that?!

The point I made was a factual one, that a BBC documentary found suppliers of Primark to be sub-contracting to child labour.

The lower costs get the more pressure there is on margins, the more suppliers and squeezed and the more the environment for exploitation is set up. It's rather obvious really, and it is a shame people are willing to turn a blind eye and let it happen.

Personally, I get my clothes from M&S and People Tree, getting Fairtrade wherever possible.
#30
drasim
It's quite alright for me if it keeps them off the streets. Hehe


I guess you don't have your own children, as I suspect you wouldn't want your own 9-year-old sitting in a dark room all day sewing clothes that can be sold for £2 in the UK, to be worn once or twice then thrown away.
#31
[QUOTE=spraint]

If you are really short of cash - i.e. out of work as I was a few years ago, the jobcentre arranged for a clothing allowance on top of your dole that paid for a half decent suit (£100+) and shoes for interviews. QUOTE]

Well isnt that nice, that my tax pays for a suit so that we a a working family have to go out and buy the £15 suit from tesco. Great, another goverment mess up:x
#32
markbargain
I guess you don't have your own children, as I suspect you wouldn't want your own 9-year-old sitting in a dark room all day sewing clothes that can be sold for £2 in the UK, to be worn once or twice then thrown away.


When I do have kids this is exactly what they'll be doing...handmade clothing and in return they'll get Beano comics. ;-) I want my kids to learn early :-p
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I think this is nothing but forced slave labour making these suits and selling them for that cheap just mean whoever made them will get sod all.

I wouldn't buy them (not for the fact that they feel cheap and when you get hot they turn into a personal sauna) because if it's that cheap you have to know someone along the line must be getting screwed.
1 Like #34
I was looking for a suit last week for a wedding , i looked at the cheap asda suit and it looked aweful it was very shiny and it did look cheap (not seen the Tesco one), i managed to get a wool suit from Grattan in the sale section for £40 delivered.

Im not a snob and i dont earn much money but it was well worth spending £25 more to get a better looking suit (and i can pay for it over 40 weeks) , for under £50 there are some baragains around.
#35
therealslimkaty
For your information, £160 IS the earth, to a lot of people, and about as achievable as a £1000 suit. I will repeat, if an interviewer can't see beyond a cheap suit to the clean, intelligent, qualified person for the job.... well it's a bad day.


You clearly will never be getting a job in the city
#36
No offence, but how many of these suits will end up being worn by 'the accused'? :-D
#37
Trickyjabs
No offence, but how many of these suits will end up being worn by 'the accused'? :-D


:p ROFL.

Basically, this is a cheap suit. It will not appeal to anyone who can afford an expensive suit.

It is very unlikely to have been terribly ethically made and Tesco are probably selling them at a loss, so don't expect much. If it gets too warm, it will go shiny. You are unlikely to be wearing it in 10 years' time.

But if you need a very cheap suit at short notice for a one-off occasion, this is a deal. And if the idea of wear once and discard leaves a sour taste in your mouth, why not then donate it to your local charity shop so someone else short of cash gets a few wears out of it?
#38
If it's at Tesco you'll be very lucky to find matching jacket and trousers.
#39
Mattcafc
You clearly will never be getting a job in the city


Which city?
#40
Primark subcontracted to firms who legally employed children in fair and workable conditions for their country. While reviled by westerners, the practice of working at that age is not frowned upon by the people of that country whose living conditions are lower than ours. Children beginning work at an earlier age than our children is simply their way of life.

Also, there is absolutely no link from these suits to M&S or Next suits in any way shape or form.

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