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Tuxedo Suit Now £30.00 @ Asda

£30.00 @ George (Asda George)
I have one of these and they are really good for the price. Was £40, now buy the jacket at £30 and get the trousers free = £30 suit ! Shirt & Tie available at £6 Online - unsure if instore Read More
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banned7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
I have one of these and they are really good for the price.

Was £40, now buy the jacket at £30 and get the trousers free = £30 suit !

Shirt & Tie available at £6

Online - unsure if instore
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#1
Hmmm... Not sure if I'd take the risk with this - Its a blatant bargain, but what will it look like on?
#2
I was at a recent black tie dinner and almost everybody on the table had an Asda dinner suit, at this price it is cheaper than renting.
#3
pugw$sh
I was at a recent black tie dinner and almost everybody on the table had an Asda dinner suit, at this price it is cheaper than renting.


Was it the Asda Xmas Party? :roll:
#4
Trickyjabs
Was it the Asda Xmas Party? :roll:


Busted!
#5
t0mW
Hmmm... Not sure if I'd take the risk with this - Its a blatant bargain, but what will it look like on?


They look absolutely great; you couldn't tell the difference between this one and one from the suit company. Bought mine last week, was gonna post but forgot!
#6
gal2792t
They look absolutely great; you couldn't tell the difference between this one and one from the suit company. Bought mine last week, was gonna post but forgot!


Cheap but not good quality
#7
Davidben83;7046321
Cheap but not good quality

Gotta agree here, it does not look like a decent quality tux, but then you get exactly what you pay for, and for just £30 you can't go too far wrong.
#8
Davidben83
Cheap but not good quality


Did you have problems with your Asda Tuxedo then? Your experiences will help others like me to make an informed decision on whether this is worth buying, so a little more info would be helpful. Thanks.
#9
martins_uk;7046376
Did you have problems with your Asda Tuxedo then? Your experiences will help others like me to make an informed decision on whether this is worth buying, so a little more info would be helpful. Thanks.


For a start, the jacket is cut more like a normal lounge-suit, rather than a classic tux - the lapels are too high and the cuff buttons are stitched on.
The Made-in-China stitching is a little weak around the shoulder-line and I would be wary of standing under too strong a light as the polyester viscose fabric may tend to shine.
But these are minor details given the price.
On the plus side, the jacket is fully lined and the inside displays a remarkable quality of finish right down to a "fake" hand-stitching detail and buttoned-flap breast pocket.
Given ambient lighting and the shoulder-to-shoulder crush of a formal office "do", in a sea of black tie you will look just like everyone else.
And there is no need to worry if a waiter spills the soup over you or you fall into the gutter on the way home. Buying a replacement would not be much more than the cost of dry-cleaning.


Source http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1569380/Asda-introduces-tuxedo-for-35.html
#10
martins_uk
Did you have problems with your Asda Tuxedo then? Your experiences will help others like me to make an informed decision on whether this is worth buying, so a little more info would be helpful. Thanks.


I find with Asda clothes you get what you pay for. It's £30 - go to the store, try it on, if you like it, buy it.
If however, you look like a cheap ill-fitted penguin, put it back on the rail and walk slowly away.


If you do buy it though, don't expect too much wear out of it. I've bought normal suits from there in sales and they're fine for day-to-day office use. They're nowhere near as nicely made as my more expensive ones, but for a quarter of the price, you can't really grumble.
#11
unwearable its that bad .....go to a charity shop; much better quality and cheaper

(no vote either way from me)
#12


martins_uk:
Did you have problems with your Asda Tuxedo then? Your experiences will help others like me to make an informed decision on whether this is worth buying, so a little more info would be helpful. Thanks.
:
For a start, the jacket is cut more like a normal lounge-suit, rather than a classic tux - the lapels are too high and the cuff buttons are stitched on.
The Made-in-China stitching is a little weak around the shoulder-line and I would be wary of standing under too strong a light as the polyester viscose fabric may tend to shine.
But these are minor details given the price.
On the plus side, the jacket is fully lined and the inside displays a remarkable quality of finish right down to a "fake" hand-stitching detail and buttoned-flap breast pocket.
Given ambient lighting and the shoulder-to-shoulder crush of a formal office "do", in a sea of black tie you will look just like everyone else.
And there is no need to worry if a waiter spills the soup over you or you fall into the gutter on the way home. Buying a replacement would not be much more than the cost of dry-cleaning.

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#13
Dinner jacket, not a tux, you smegging yanks.
#14
This offer was on since last Thursday and has been extremely popular!

Source: George Asda Colleague
#15
For those worried about the quality and it lasting, realistically how many black tie events do you go to each year? I used to do one or two per year but some companies do not have these so no longer need to dress up. For the money it is good value for the odd occasion - if you have more black tie events than this you can probably afford to buy a better one anyway :)
#16
DB2k
Dinner jacket, not a tux, you smegging yanks.


Draw it mild old chap!

Voted hot, though I don't ever go to black tie events other than funerals..
#17
pugw$sh
I was at a recent black tie dinner and almost everybody on the table had an Asda dinner suit, at this price it is cheaper than renting.


HAHAHA

Thats not the sort of thing you admite too..

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