The low cost complete for emergencies

Anti-crease treatment, tartan patterns or slim-fit cuts: the premium features that lower the prices of the complete suit

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There were 22 million lost, delayed, damaged or stolen baggage in 2016. The SITA Baggage Report 2017, a company active in air transport services, certifies it. And if in that suitcase there was the complete dress that you had carefully folded for your business appointment? You just have to buy one. But do not get too frustrated. Because you will be surprised by the opportunities that the retail world can offer. The best quality / price ratio promises Zara with the complete Traveler Bistrech suit: blazer at € 69.95 + pants at € 39.95. For a total of € 109.90 you can give yourself a structured bi-stretch blazer in the navy blue or deep blue variant. Collar with classic lapels, pin on the buttonhole and long sleeve. Up to 189 cm does not disfigure! Two front pockets with flap, one pocket inserted at chest level with contrasting handkerchief and lining with double inside pocket. Back slit, cuffs and front closure with buttons.

Even the chino model trousers are bi-stretch. They have two side pockets and two buttonhole pockets on the back. Waistband with belt loops and front closure with zip and snap button hidden by flap. But the real gem is another: this complete suit for men has undergone a special anti-crease treatment. So you can use it for all the appointments on the agenda waiting to find the baggage.

If you have had the consistency of keeping fit and you need a complete “battle” dress the French brand Kiabi offers a slim fit two button solution for the modest sum of €50: € 35 for the jacket and 15 for the pants. It does not have the pin on the buttonhole of the lapels, not even the handkerchief in the pocket above the chest, let alone the anti-crease treatment, but the chic look is definitely assured.

The total tartan dress by OVS is less than €100 for just one cent. There is talk of a custom fit dress (plus you’re skinny, less fabric is used, lower costs are) composed of jacket and trousers in stretch viscose blend: 67% polyester, 31% viscose, 2% of height. The peculiarity compared to the many low cost proposals that circulate on the web is precisely the tartan print. The jacket has two buttons with lapels. The wrists have decorative buttons and there is the inevitable welt pocket on the chest. Two welt pockets also on the front with central slit on the back. The trousers are obviously with fold and zip closure. These three dresses can not certainly be classified as tailor-made products, but fully play their function with – in addition – a discreet glam component, to be enriched with a nice sneakers.














































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