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Wilson6

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Ladies, the girlfriend has nothing that fits, is an executive and needs casual business wear. Suits can be custom made, casual is very hard to find. Any suggestions?
 
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Ladies, the girlfriend has nothing that fits, is an executive and needs casual business wear. Suits can be custom made, casual is very hard to find. Any suggestions?

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@Wilson6 There are some brands that are now more forgiving in the stretchy fabric and still look professional. I found some pants that are stretchy material, but still look like business pants and goes great with a blazer. The key to a blazer (if her arms/shoulders back are bigger) is if that fits. Some make them with stretchy material in the underarm area so that is more giving.

I'll look to see what brand pants they are....can't remember off hand.
 
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Wilson6

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@Wilson6 There are some brands that are now more forgiving in the stretchy fabric and still look professional. I found some pants that are stretchy material, but still look like business pants and goes great with a blazer. The key to a blazer (if her arms/shoulders back are bigger) is if that fits. Some make them with stretchy material in the underarm area so that is more giving.

I'll look to see what brand pants they are....can't remember off hand.

Thanks BovaJP.
 
Amardanan

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Read. So there will be a little UPD. In our corporate ethics we've all tried to be businesslike, but when I was an intern in Japan I noticed that companies often make the expense of tailoring suits themselves. And it's advantageous because you don't have to look for the right clothes. As for fabrics, we just chose a comfortable option and wore it. Assuming that the company doesn't want to spend on sewing uniforms, there is a variant of offering to pay the bill for the cost of buying a suit for the office
 
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Amardanan

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Read. So there will be a little UPD. In our corporate ethics we've all tried to be businesslike, but when I was an intern in Japan I noticed that companies often make the expense of tailoring suits themselves. And it's advantageous because you don't have to look for the right clothes. As for fabrics, we just chose a comfortable option and wore it. Assuming that the company doesn't want to spend on sewing uniforms, there is a variant of offering to pay the bill for the cost of buying a suit for the office
UPD. Our manager introduced a separate line item at https://revenuegrid.com/product/sales-forecasting/ for these expenses. But the fabric he did not check, just specify the style and what you can not have in such clothes
 
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Indeed. Fascinating. Do continue. Please.
 
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