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Pure Wool Jacket (e.g.BONDINI) Fr $89 (RRP$599), Tie Fr $9/Shirt Fr $29 (Upto RRP$99.95-$179) + More @ M J Bale (C&C/+Shipping)

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BONDINI DENIM JACKET $89 Pure wool Fabric woven in Italy
https://www.mjbale.com/products/bondini-denim-jacket-denim

GALTERIO JACKET/Fabric woven in Italy $89
https://www.mjbale.com/products/galterio-jacket-navy-brown
Details: Our Galterio Jacket is made from pure virgin Merino wool with natural crease resistance and thermoregulating properties for easy comfortable style. It is also constructed with a half canvas inner layer which allows the chest panel of the jacket to mold over time to the wearer's body to increase overall comfort, breathability and help maintain the jacket's shape.

Piloti Jacket pure wool Fabric woven in Italy $89
https://www.mjbale.com/products/piloti-jacket-blue

Rocco Jacket pure wool Fabric woven in Italy $89
https://www.mjbale.com/products/rocco-jacket-grey

ALTOPIANO JACKET $89 Pure wool
https://www.mjbale.com/products/altopiano-jacket-navy

Tie from $9(RRP$79.95-$99.95)<Most RRP$99.95's ties are made in Italy>, Shirt from $29 (up to RRP$179). more pure wool jacket from $89

https://www.mjbale.com/collections/all-menswear-sale?bgfilte...

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    Pretty useless if they're selling the matching trousers…

    • +29 votes

      Pretty useless if they're selling the matching trousers…

      Pretty useless if they're NOT selling the matching trousers…

      • +3 votes

        LOL. Oh shit. Yeahhhhh that's what I meant ahah

      • +7 votes

        Can't you just wear this with jeans? For a casual look??

        • +70 votes

          The top says let's do dinner. The bottom says you're paying

        • +4 votes

          You can (technically/physically) but most people would advise against it. Try a more casual blazer or sports cost instead

        • +1 vote

          you should avoid orphaning a suit that is designed to be worn as 2 piece.

          I agree with @JamesRodriguez87, get a blazer/sports coat that is designed to be worn as a separate item

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            @GloveM8: Whats the difference between a suit jacket and a blazer/sports coat??

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            @GloveM8: Quite often it can be dependent on materials as well. Linen and cotton suit jackets tend to be more forgiving.

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    Is it really $599

    • +9 votes

      This is MJ Bale. Plenty of people pay RRP there.

      • +3 votes

        Plenty of people DON'T pay RRP at MJ. RRP is ridiculous at MJ Bale

      • -4 votes

        MJ Bale is not really a popular menswear store tbh.

        • +11 votes

          Better quality than Connor, Tarocash, et al.

          You can actually wear MJ Bale stuff to a real office and not get laughed at.

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            @leetguy101:

            You can actually wear MJ Bale stuff to a real office and not get laughed at.

            I'm not questioning their quality. Just saying it isn't that popular. Thus people don't really pay RRP there.

          • +10 votes

            @leetguy101: Why are people laughing at what other people wear? What kind of shitty work environment is that?

            • +2 votes

              @Munki: If you want to wear a cheap baggy suit to work, I'm not stopping you. I'm just letting you know that there are places where people will judge you for it.

              https://www.lawyersweekly.com.au/biglaw/24242-lawyer-well-su...
              https://www.businessinsider.com/the-importance-of-dressing-w...
              https://blog.bresicwhitney.com.au/the-secret-life-of-suits/

              • +2 votes

                @leetguy101: Why does cheap automatically infer baggy/ill-fitting? I've seen plenty of Zegna suits that don't fit well on clueless men and plenty off the rack from the likes of Roger David (RIP) which fit really well. You're more likely to get judged on fit than quality, and I'll be honest, I reckon most people wouldn't be able to tell any way.

                The bottom line I think is proper fit is king and everything else is secondary.

                Except black suits, cause they can piss right off.

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                  @Munki: I guess if someone isn't looking to spend much on a suit, my assumption is that they'd skip out on tailoring too. Just can't imagine anyone buying a fused $200 suit and then spending about $100 getting it tailored.

                  I agree with being more likely to be judged on fit than quality though, as long as it's not, say, a fused polyester suit with bubbles.

  • +3 votes

    For "tall and slim" folk like me if you're after business shirts don't bother; there's practically nothing left of the $29 ones except size 46/48 or whatever.

    • +5 votes

      I would love to be tall and slim, and have $29 in my pocket

      Instead I am short, fat, bald and just spent $29 on a shirt I don't need :)

  • +2 votes

    Thanks OP - got 4 ties for < $50 Shipped, can't complain!

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    So from a fashion perspective, would these go well with different trousers? Like blacks or browns or fawns?

    • +1 vote

      The plain blue would go quite nicely with beige or white trousers, potentially black as well. I'd say patterns are harder to match with, and not 'in style' compared to the other options.

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        White trousers?

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        Didn't know that patterns weren't in style! I've ordered 3,I'll give back the patterns if I don't fancy them.
        Thanks for the info!

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          NO REFUNDS ON SALE ITEMS! BUT YOU CAN EXCHANGE OR GET STORE CREDIT

      • +5 votes

        Would personally disagree that patterns are "out of style" – especially if you're buying a jacket to wear as a sports coat. Patterns and textures (excepting pinstripes, which just scream "financier") are inherently less business-y and therefore more appropriate to wear in a smart casual setting. If you buy a plain grey or navy suit jacket, it's usually pretty obvious it's "orphaned".

        For me, the principal considerations are fabric and design. The fabrics you would usually use for a business suit (worsted wool) is "shinier" than for more casual styles, while the design elements are also more conservative (jet/flap pockets vs patch pockets, button colours etc.).

        As for trousers… it'll depend on the jacket, but the most important consideration is making it clear that the jacket and trouser aren't supposed to match. So if you have a navy jacket, go for a grey or brown trouser in a fabric with a different texture. Flannel is nice (but a bit warm outside of winter), or maybe something with linen or cotton (even chinos) during summertime.

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          Awesome advice, thank you!

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    where do ozbargainers get theirs suit altered?
    my local alter-er starts from $50 per pcs for wool fabric.

    • +1 vote

      How’s MJ Bale itself for alterations? Expensive?

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        Ask the store where they do their alterations. It'll be near the MJ Bale store. Then take it yourself, and meet the tailor. Tailored clothing is the best.

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      which location ?

      Caulfield South have a very good tailor but pricy.

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    $9 ties seem to be sold out.

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    Sold out it appears, mark as expired they obviously were run out stock so levels would have been very low.

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    Denim is a sturdy cotton warp-faced textile in which the weft passes under two or more warp threads.