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Reviewed by jd from Tennessee on Monday, September 09, 2013
I bought this suit and another Jack Victor as well as a blazer just to try because of the price, but I'm not overly impressed. The material of this suit is a bit lifeless, imo, and in general I find the jackets to be stiff and overly structured. They look fine while standing straight, but start to move around and the jacket climbs all over you. The slim stripe suit I tried was a bit better in this respect, but not enough for me to keep. I recommend going up a notch to the Hickey Freemans if you like traditional suits, or springing for the Isaias if you like a really soft look like I do.
Reviewed by slick1 from Detroit, MI. on Friday, October 05, 2012
I love the material, but unlike other J.Victor suits (including the one returned-which fit really well) I have, this one needed extensive & expensive re-tayloring. I don't usually need much done with a jacket, but this one is an exception. Had I known the fit would be this bad, I probably would not have ordered it. Hopefully, this was a sort of abberation!
Reviewed by Boston Bicycler from Boston, MA on Monday, August 06, 2012
This is a stylish, well made suit from Canada that is as good as it gets. I purchased a charcoal; note that it is almost a black in color. Sizing of jacket and pants were perfect. Need a tailor to adjust jacket sleeves and hem pants.