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$59 Men's Suit Clearance in-Store @ Lowes

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Need a single use suit?
Not sure of normal price but $59 is a bargain all the same.
I received via the WESTFILED APP but seems active on most shopping center websites as per link and a quick google.

https://www.stockland.com.au/shopping-centres/centres/stockl...

https://www.belmontforum.com.au/whats-on/offers/$59-suits-at-lowes

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  • +12 votes

    anyone have any pictures of the suits? need one for court date

  • Everyone needs at least one nice suit.
    This is not one

    • if good enough for presenting a job interview… It has served its purpose

      • +16 votes

        Turn up in a Lowes suit and not even Lowes would hire you.

        • Really that bad?

          I got one from rivers few years ago at $80.

          It is still looking good but the black colour just starting to fade.

          Probably it worth to look before I would comment

        • Logged in just to reply and say I laughed pretty hard at this. Thanks haha.

      • Don't turn up to a job interview in a $59 suit…

        • i have a couple of man to man suits. as cheap as this and guess what i got job wearing it.

          tbh. unless you are applying for a job in a fashion label or a fashion magazine. doubt they give a crap you are wearing a cheap suit.

        • Turn up a job interview in whatever you're comfortable in, within reason. The interviewer is there to evaluate your suitability for the job (no pun intended), not your wardrobe.

          • @iMagoo: exactly. most offices are smart casual these days. so rock up in that for an interview and you will be right.

            imagine what image you will portray rocking up in expensive branded clothing in an interview for a non managerial office role.

            • @xoom:

              imagine what image you will portray rocking up in expensive branded clothing in an interview for a non managerial office role.

              I disagree. I have always worn a well fitted suit to all my interviews, and have a pretty high success rate. There is nothing wrong with dressing a step up from what is worn in the office - it is a more formal scenario afterall.

              Being underdressed is far worse than being overdressed.

              You aren't there to be assessed on how you dress, but how you dress does affect people's perception of you.

              • @ILikeBargenz:

                I have always worn a well fitted suit to all my interviews

                Not talking about that. Talking about wearing an expensive suit. Balenciaga pants. LV or Gucci shoes. Wearing a Rolex or Breitling watch. And you're applying for say a low level office role.

                You aren't there to be assessed on how you dress, but how you dress does affect people's perception of you.

                There's dressing appropriately and there's going overboard.

                • @xoom:

                  Not talking about that. Talking about wearing an expensive suit. Balenciaga pants. LV or Gucci shoes. Wearing a Rolex or Breitling watch. And you're applying for say a low level office role.

                  You can get a well fitted 100% pure wool suit for a few hundred bucks - it doesn't have to be some designer brand. Get it tailored and you'd probably look better than getting an off-the-rack branded suit.

                  Just don't go wearing a $59 polyester suit to an interview.

                  If you feel it's appropriate to wear a suit, then that is not the appropriate suit to wear.

            • @xoom: The image would be professional, and a fair number of office roles require wearing a suit at some point, even if not every day. There's very little risk in overdressing for an interview. Doesn't need to be armani suit, it's not hard to buy a suit off the discount rack and get a little tailoring done.

              I was hiring someone in our finance team a while back, in the phone screen he asked what the dress code was. He was told business casual, casual Fridays and occasional meetings/client visits with straight business attire (we were looking at ex-Big 4 candidates, so standard stuff).

              Since it was Friday, he rocked up in jeans and sneakers. Since I was interviewing that day, I wore a suit (despite being Friday). It looked a little odd.

              • +2 votes

                @freefall101:

                Doesn't need to be armani suit

                And that's the point I'm trying to make. For the record. Casual Friday's or not. I will suit up for an interview. True story a few of our client facing staff were told off for going in casual (jeans tshirt sneakers) to a customer meeting at the clients office. Granted it was a Friday but still that's a no in my books also.

          • @iMagoo: Depends on the job.

        • Some people dont have a choice, any suit is better than no suit for some jobs.

      • Will look fine over the webcam :)

    • Yeah even my waste of space hippy uncle has a good suit.

    • The suit quality doesn't matter. I've hired and have also been on the other end of the interview for high level banking roles and it doesn't matter. What matters is your ability and what you can bring to the table. As a bank we're not hiring models, but people who can actually deliver. If someone has the confidence to deliver in a $59 suit, all the better. A man is not his suit.

      • A man is not a bunch of questions and answers in a one hour window either. But that's generally how the hiring process goes.

        Ultimately you're not being hired based on how good you look, but it does play a part in how you are perceived on a subconscious level.

        Would you recommend someone turning up to an interview with unkempt hair and seemingly poor hygiene? After all, you're not being hired based on hygiene right?

        • That's not the same comparison. You need to wear a suit to an interview, but I'm saying it doesn't matter what quality it is when it's not torn or unkempt. Your ability and achievement counts more than a mere suit. But of course, if it gives someone who is lacking in confidence a booster, by all means.At a senior level it becomes substance over style. You can show up in a $59 polyester suit, and I will still hire you if you have what it takes to deliver the results that I need.

  • Sweet, that's a great discount on an assault officer/driving unregistered vehicle charge.

  • Eww. 100% polyester viscose. basically a tailored garbage bag - and looks it too.
    Spend the extra and get at least a wool blend.

  • I’m all over this deal like a cheap suit.

  • its amazing that Lowes chose the right photo with the right guy to showcase their $59 suit!

    fyi. 100% polyester is good at repelling vomitus

  • Sometimes the more expensive stores have much better quality for a great price (on sale)

    Picked up a good black suit coat @DJs for $59 (better than these the year before) in sale last year, reduced from $360. Pure Cool Wool, Italian design, stylish, looks & feels great.
    Used a $20 voucher from their free loyalty program to reduce the cost to $39.
    (OK, not full suit but easy enough to team with inexpensive trousers. eg Target wool on sale.)
    Also bought $150 Raw shirts there @$27 (without voucher).

    Now looking for opportunity to wear it!

    • Italian design

      Did you ask for evidence of this? I find it very hard to believe.

      • That's the claim on the label.
        This $360 one looks more like the one I bought, but mine is pure Cool Wool Was a clearance line. Good buy @$39!

      • Designed =/ made. Find it very easy to believe really

        • Yes. Anyone in Italy could have designed it to fit that description - maybe an initial doodle by a child😉
          That is just a sales pitch, which didn't influence me. I saw the price & tried it on!

          Country of manufacture is not stated. Likely China or Bangladesh to keep cost low.
          "Studio Italia" is DJs store brand.

          It's Cool Wool with the "Pure New Wool" Woolmark logo. Good in summer heat.

          Looks & feels good at a cheap price.
          So fitted my buying criteria.

          Person next to me found one @$27 for her husband. Too big for me. She realised it was still cheap after paying for alterations.

      • Plenty of Chinese in the Italian fabric industry. That is why northern Italy was so badly affected early on in the pandemic. All those returning Chinese coming back from spending Chinese New Year back home.

        So yes, Italian designed doesn’t mean much.

      • "Designed in Italy, copied by some bloke in the back streets of Bangladesh."

  • These will be all over you like a….cheap suit.

    https://www.gentlemansgazette.com/how-to-spot-a-cheap-suit/

    • Most of the indicators in that article seem to point to their definition of cheap being "less than $500 or thereabouts". You'd be struggling to get a hand sewn suit for even that much though, unless you go to Hong Kong/Singapore etc.

    • Discussing expensive hand stitched suits is pretty pointless in a $59 suit Deal.

      How many people check under their suit collar to see if it is hand stitched - as that article recommends?

      Unless you are paying a very high price or ordered a hand stitched suit available in some Asian countries, it will be machine stitched - no need to check!

    • Sorry just trying to ejamucate the peasants. Anyway, which side do you dress.

      • I wear a traditional Myanmar Longyi (sarong) most of the time.

        If you are a male, tied in the front, females at the side. Don't mix that up or you will be laughed at there😉

        Can be worn with a suit coat for formal occasions, but teams well with t-shirt & thongs for every day use.

  • +2 votes

    AT LOWES!!!

  • This deal has been running for a while now.

    They’re not too bad, especially the slim fit ones - or if you’re a bit of a bigger bloke.

  • Thank you!
    I just got a van Heusen suit for 59.
    Great value!

  • If you are looking at dying anytime soon, this would be a good value option to cut down funeral costs.

    • As Australia doesn't usually have open casket or viewings (likely additional costs), you can be buried in what ever you like or nothing. No one will notice. We came into the world naked!

      I've organised a few funerals. The undertakers never asked for clothes. It was usually what they peacefully died in.

      So save that $59 for the wake🍺
      (need not be alcohol of course)
      Leave instructions to celebrate your life, by ordering what ever is on special in the latest Ozbargain Deal.

  • may look ok for a few days as long as it is not washed..