2 Piece Suits £59 + Free Delivery (free c+c) @ Moss Bros
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2 Piece Suits £59 + Free Delivery (free c+c) @ Moss Bros

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Voted hot. Definitely don't need any more suits at the moment but doesn't stop me being tempted!
too tempting Chanchi
No orange ones
Nice one Chanchi.

Needed a new one as people kept staring at me in my old one

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Suits you sir

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What fabric is good for suit? Wool or polyester?
Look at the dude in the suit!
mrbone772 h, 9 m ago

What fabric is good for suit? Wool or polyester?



Wool is really nice but will shrink in the wash so you will have to always get them dry cleaned which is pricey
Haven't seen many students round this way wearing suits!
Does the price include fitting?
gamer211 h, 59 m ago

Wool is really nice but will shrink in the wash so you will have to always …Wool is really nice but will shrink in the wash so you will have to always get them dry cleaned which is pricey



You generally only need to get a wool suit dry cleaned a few times a year - I usually do once a season, and twice in the summer: wool is odour-resistant (especially as you're wearing a shirt and pants underneath) and if you get it dry cleaned too much the fabric will weaken and eventually wear through.

I pay about £10 a go to get a suit dry cleaned (maybe £40/year/suit?) which I think is a price worth paying if you wear suits for work every day. The problem with polyester is that if worn regularly it goes shiny very quickly and looks awful, so you end up having to buy a new suit, and for the cost of two polyester suits you can get a wool one.

I'd say polyester / mixed is best if you don't wear suits all that often and want to save cash, wool or linen if you're wearing them more often or want something that looks and feels nicer. Always get two pairs of trousers though as wool goes smooth really easily and wears through, especially on an office chair.

For Moss specifically, I tend to avoid the London range (as far as I can tell it's almost entirely polyester suits aimed at the 'school prom / work experience' crowd a la Topman) and stick with either Esq. (cheaper but lower quality, still some nice designs though) and 1851 (almost all wool, good quality - I've had a few of them which have stood up to 3 or 4 days' wear in a week for about 2 years - but also quite expensive).

You can also sometimes get a steal in the Moss sale if you manage to get a Lanficio suit, which are beautiful Italian wool, but that happens rarely and it's a bit of a lottery as to sizes.
Online only? Wanted to check these out in store....
The suit quality is good. Only problem with regular trousers is that unless you have tree trunks for legs then you’re going to be able to fit yourself and ya misses in them trousers assuming she’s a size 8 kinda lass!
Moss are , like many other non food retailers suffering as costs rise and weak demand as consumer budgets tighten (good deals about ). I did hire suits from them and found their customer service pretty lacking.

I returned a Ted Baker Suit I ordered . Fit was Ted Baker but the marterial was cheap. It’ll be a specific product designed for Moss. I’d say try suits on in there as they’ll be deals about!
Am I the only one who can't look at this one without laughing out loud?


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Do check out the DKNY clearance at Flannels.com which was posted weeks ago but is still on before buying at Moss. 90% discounts on much better suits.
LGF9218 h, 38 m ago

You generally only need to get a wool suit dry cleaned a few times a year …You generally only need to get a wool suit dry cleaned a few times a year - I usually do once a season, and twice in the summer: wool is odour-resistant (especially as you're wearing a shirt and pants underneath) and if you get it dry cleaned too much the fabric will weaken and eventually wear through. I pay about £10 a go to get a suit dry cleaned (maybe £40/year/suit?) which I think is a price worth paying if you wear suits for work every day. The problem with polyester is that if worn regularly it goes shiny very quickly and looks awful, so you end up having to buy a new suit, and for the cost of two polyester suits you can get a wool one. I'd say polyester / mixed is best if you don't wear suits all that often and want to save cash, wool or linen if you're wearing them more often or want something that looks and feels nicer. Always get two pairs of trousers though as wool goes smooth really easily and wears through, especially on an office chair. For Moss specifically, I tend to avoid the London range (as far as I can tell it's almost entirely polyester suits aimed at the 'school prom / work experience' crowd a la Topman) and stick with either Esq. (cheaper but lower quality, still some nice designs though) and 1851 (almost all wool, good quality - I've had a few of them which have stood up to 3 or 4 days' wear in a week for about 2 years - but also quite expensive).You can also sometimes get a steal in the Moss sale if you manage to get a Lanficio suit, which are beautiful Italian wool, but that happens rarely and it's a bit of a lottery as to sizes.


Picked up an 1851 suit in their sale and its superb. Probably too warm for the summer though, defintiely with the waistcoat!
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