Where to buy cheap suits that still look slick
Finding a great suit at an affordable price doesn't have to be difficult. Try one of these top menswear retailers.
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Mens suits can be really pricey costing thousands of dollars. But if you don't have enough spare cash to blow a small fortune on a jacket and pants, you're not alone. And you'll be happy to know, there are still plenty of options for those of us without thousands of dollars of disposable income. Even if you only have one hundred or two hundred bucks, you can still find a suit that you can happily wear to the races, work or a wedding.
We've found some of the most affordable mens clothing retailers and put them all in a list for you to shop. At these stores, you'll find plenty of suit options that are in your budget.
Oxford is a brand that offers high-end craftsmanship without the price tag. Plus, it often runs sitewide deals. With Oxford, buying a high-quality suit has never been more affordable.
- Free shipping for orders over $100
- 14-day returns
- Afterpay available
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What to do if suits are still too expensive?
If $200 on a suit is still too much for you to spend, consider whether you're able to dress slightly more casually. Think about the occasion you're dressing for, whether it be work or a wedding. In many instances, you can get away with a jacket, tie, shirt and just adding a pair of tailored chinos or pants on the bottom. Nice suit jackets can be a lot more affordable than buying the whole set. And the mis-matched bottoms look can be a very on-trend outfit.
Stores with free shipping
- ASOS: free shipping for orders over $40
- Connor: free shipping for orders over $60
- Amazon: Sign up to Amazon Prime and get free shipping on millions of items
- Oxford: free shipping for orders over $100
- THE ICONIC: free shipping for orders over $50
- Hallenstein Brothers: free shipping for orders over $50
- Yd: free shipping for orders over $85
- Marks and Spencer: free shipping for orders over $100 AU
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Deals, discounts and sales
Popular Mens Clothing & Accessories coupon codes
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|19 Jan 2021||15% off when you spend $100||FIN****|
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|18 Jan 2021||15% off orders over $120||FIN****|
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