2-Piece Suits reduced to £79 w/ Free Delivery or C+C (ends tonight) @ Moss Bros
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2-Piece Suits reduced to £79 w/ Free Delivery or C+C (ends tonight) @ Moss Bros

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Found 13th Dec 2016
Appreciate these suits aren't made from cotton/wool/silk, but £79 for a 2 piece suit seems decent to me! To qualify add any 2 piece suit (jacket + trouser) from this offer to your basket. Plenty of suits in the offer so click get deal to see the full range of what's on offer.

(Some of the suits have matching waistcoats, which are available to purchase but aren't included within the £79 suit offer)

https://www.moss.co.uk/images/extralarge/965491427_01.jpg
https://www.moss.co.uk/images/extralarge/965705017_01.jpg
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great wonder if they do 38" inside leg
I need more than a 34 inside leg.... Moss bros is not for us...
If you can wait for the sales, John Lewis were selling Ben Sherman wool suits for around £90 in January last year, would expect the same this year.
hot
Nice, got court next week, again.
Suits you Sir . . .
Ordered a couple to try, cheers OP.
Don't forget 11% Quidco
niko

Don't forget 11% Quidco


Do you think you would still get it after applying a code?
chelmsfordman

Do you think you would still get it after applying a code?



Of course!!
MrsMuffin0

Of course!!



I bought a Moss Bros suit in a sale earlier this year.
They did not allow the code and quidco together.
I can't get the price after applying the code. Are these ones advertised for 79£ or any suit for these prices?
barron201253

Chavtastic!



Bit poncy no? Not everyone has a few hundred quid to lay down on a branded/tailored suit. Furthermore, you probably couldn't even tell the difference.
doctorf

I bought a Moss Bros suit in a sale earlier this year.They did not allow … I bought a Moss Bros suit in a sale earlier this year.They did not allow the code and quidco together.


Did you check the T&Cs?
AtheneWins

Bit poncy no? Not everyone has a few hundred quid to lay down on a … Bit poncy no? Not everyone has a few hundred quid to lay down on a branded/tailored suit. Furthermore, you probably couldn't even tell the difference.



Polyester? No thanks.

As with anything, you can probably only tell the difference if you know what you're looking for. I don't think there's anything poncy about spending a good chunk of money on something you wear regularly/every day.

If you only need a suit for the occasional court appearance, probably not worth the investment
Iv had a look but failed to find any machine washeable ones has anyone spotted any?
Web site states 'valid from 00:00 GMT Tuesday 12th December until 23:59 GMT Tuesday 12th December.' Correct me if I'm wrong, but Tuesday is the 13th of December!!
Just ordered one going to wear it tomorrow when I am on Jeremy Kyle. Roll on the DNA test!
Edited by: "adamsxi" 13th Dec 2016
MrsMuffin0

Did you check the T&Cs?



No. nor did I complain about it.
Date shows as 12 Dec but says Tuesday
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Nice, I needed a suit for my work party and this will do.
Or wait for m and S sale on a week or so and get a full cotton one for 89.
I buy from Primark and Matalan suits for £30. Too expensive Moss Brothers.
sam_of_london

I buy from Primark and Matalan suits for £30. Too expensive Moss … I buy from Primark and Matalan suits for £30. Too expensive Moss Brothers.



​Big thumbs up for Primark Cedarwood Suits. Bought one for my son's school leavers prom and it's still serving him well at 23!
M&S do a 'budget range' suit that's £79 and the quality is really good (for those that might prefer an alternative)
Their big and tall option in this range goes up to a 37" leg (if that helps?)
Nothing wrong with cheap suits, as long as they aren't shiny shiny cheap. For less than the price of a pair of trainers you can look sophisticated and respectable. Most people can't tell the difference, you can machine wash many of them and if you damage it then it isn't the end of the world. Plus plenty of off the peg Boss etc suits aren't much better than sub £100's...
What sort of man would wear a suit like this?

I work in finance and wouldn't be caught dead wearing this rubbish in the office. Imagine meeting a client pitching a million £ deal with this, I would be laughed out of the company.

You can pick up something good for £250-300, keep saving gents.
Edited by: "manbearpig" 17th Dec 2016
Excellent quality!
KEEP_IT_TEA

Excellent quality!



What are you smoking? It's not excellent quality, it is as low quality suits can be.
manbearpig

What sort of man would wear a suit like this?I work in finance and … What sort of man would wear a suit like this?I work in finance and wouldn't be caught dead wearing this rubbish in the office. Imagine meeting a client pitching a million £ deal with this, I would be laughed out of the company.You can pick up something good for £250-300, keep saving gents.



Congratulations.
Why is this still live! I keep thinking its back on!
Edited by: "BiGT-" 26th Dec 2016
manbearpig

What sort of man would wear a suit like this?I work in finance and … What sort of man would wear a suit like this?I work in finance and wouldn't be caught dead wearing this rubbish in the office. Imagine meeting a client pitching a million £ deal with this, I would be laughed out of the company.You can pick up something good for £250-300, keep saving gents.



Maybe not everyone in the country works in finance and can spend £250 on a suit? Not judging this deal, but your comment sounds a bit arrogant
Nice, thanks. 3-piece suit in Navy Textured for £69.99 (saving total of £248, excluding 10% cashback via quidco)! Heat added
manbearpig

What sort of man would wear a suit like this?I work in finance and … What sort of man would wear a suit like this?I work in finance and wouldn't be caught dead wearing this rubbish in the office. Imagine meeting a client pitching a million £ deal with this, I would be laughed out of the company.You can pick up something good for £250-300, keep saving gents.



tm lewin 110 super wool suit was lke £150 few days back

polyester is ****
Rudess

Maybe not everyone in the country works in finance and can spend £250 on … Maybe not everyone in the country works in finance and can spend £250 on a suit? Not judging this deal, but your comment sounds a bit arrogant



Especially if you're so non-essential you can be fired for imperfect clothing material...
xeroc

Polyester? No thanks.As with anything, you can probably only tell the … Polyester? No thanks.As with anything, you can probably only tell the difference if you know what you're looking for. I don't think there's anything poncy about spending a good chunk of money on something you wear regularly/every day. If you only need a suit for the occasional court appearance, probably not worth the investment



My daily suit is 55% polyster/45% viscose and it looks and feels great. If you've only got up to £100 or to to spend, there's nothing wrong with it at all (though mine was £240 with the waistcoat, but normally I'll spend 100). What's the point in coming into a thread advertising £79 suits just to ridicule their composition?
Edited by: "Joonyer" 27th Dec 2016
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Can i customize a suit? It looks nice, but is not my size.
eee yuk....Polyster....need a pair of sunnies to look at these suits, Shop around , you can get decent wool suits for not much more
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