About Jack Victor Slim Jim Stripe Suit - Loro Piana Wool (For Men)
Closeouts. Celebrated Loro Piana wool gives this Jack Victor suit an air of privilege and luxury. The beautifully draping, year-round fabric sports a faint and closely spaced Slim Jim stripe.
Specs about Jack Victor Slim Jim Stripe Suit - Loro Piana Wool (For Men)
- Vent (Side): 9"
- Closure: 2 Buttons,Zipper,YKK®
- Length: Short 30", Regular 31", Long 33" (based on size 42)
- Fabric: 100% wool
- Lining construction: Fully lined
- Pant style: Flat front
- Curtain waistband: Yes
- French fly: Yes
- Inseam: Unhemmed 37"
- Fabric: 100% wool
- Lined in front to knee: Yes
- Total weight: 2 lb. 8 oz.
- Care: Dry clean
- Made in Canada
- Return information
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- Visit our Men's Dress Wardrobe Guide
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Anna from Newark on Thursday, August 18, 2016Light and nice fabric, good for summer.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ben from Savannah GA on Friday, January 16, 2015The fabric is super 130 wool, feels great, and has a nice sheen (sometimes sheen disappears in striped suits, but that's not the case here). The fabric is probably a bit less thick than what i'd describe as "gabardine" weight, so it's probably not ideal for cold weather, but great otherwise. The stripe is a light blue if you can't tell from the photo. Although this is not exactly a "slim" fit suit, it's not cut huge, either. I'm 6'2", 190 pounds and bought a 44 long. I had the pants taken in and the jacket taken in a bit, but nothing major and it fits beautifully.
Reviewed by jd from Tennessee on Monday, September 9, 2013I bought a couple of Jack Victor things just to try because of the price, but I'm not too impressed. The material of this suit is ok, but 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. Not as much in this suit as in the blazer I tried, but still way too much for my taste. 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 a2dl from Ann Arbor, MI on Sunday, January 27, 2013The material is gorgeous, the suit is beautifully put together, and the look is classic.