Buy A New Suit
- Monday, March 29, 2004
When a man needs a suit, he and his wife go to the store. The salesman and the wife make selections from the rack.
The husband tries them on. The wife and the salesman discuss the fit, remarking on the fullness, thinness or any asymmetry of the husband's body. The jacket and pants are pulled, tucked, pleated and bunched in
assessing the need for tailoring.
Once a suit is chosen, the wife and the store's tailor repeat the fitting procedure and then negotiate a date when the suit will be ready.
On leaving the store, the husband may talk if he wishes.
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