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Does anyone have a site or a store that sells the mens linen suits for a decent price?

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We got my Fiance's at Dillards.  It is a Perry Ellis tan (natural) linen suit & it is perfect for the beach.  Macy's also has it & they are 30% off now at both stores!!

 

http://www.dillards.com/product/Perry-Ellis-Herringbone-Jacket-Solid-VNeck-Tee-FlatFront-Herringbone-Pants_301_-1_301_502541279

 

We were just at the mall this weekend & saw that they were on sale. 

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At Macy's you can also check out the Tasso Alba brand.  They have great linen suits right now for supper cheap (suit for under $150 but they sell them as separates)

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We found a great one at Le Chateau

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I have to agree.. I was in Macy's last week and they had some really nice linen suits there..

 

My fiance said he passed by Men's Wearhouse and they had a nice linen suit on display but im not sure about prices..

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here's my earlier post on men's warehouse:

 

hey ladies -

 

 

this weekend, my FI and I went to the mall to see what linen suit options were out there. they carried one at Men's Warehouse - a sand-colored light linen suit by Calvin Klein. Dillards had none, Macy's had a few semi-linen options (not real linen but kinda looked the same... kinda), and Nordstrom's had several different pants but only one complete suit.

 

 

on our way out of Nordstom's, my FI busts out with, "Hey, I think I liked the one at Men's Warehouse." I realize that was our only option for purchase that day, but we're planning a year out, and I know he wouldn't have chosen it if he didn't love it. so we return to MW where they are having an extroardinary sale - BUY ONE GET ONE ON EVERYTHING, INCLUDING SUITS. so we could have just picked up the pants for ~$120, but FI and I both loved the jacket (even if he wears it only for the ceremony, that's ok), so he got a second GORGEOUS Calvin Klein suit in a silver-y gray to wear for formal occasions. the price for both? only $550 (after tax), which I thought was sensational.

 

 

just wanted to share the good news - according to the salesclerk, the sale runs through next weekend. best of luck shopping!

 

 

-kelly

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we are both in love with the suits. he just went in to get them hemmed today ($25 total for both through MW). I'm not sure the sale is still going on, but if you can hold off a bit I think they run it pretty often.

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