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    Default a suit is perfectly tailored

    How would you say if a suit is perfectly tailored and is the right size for a person? Is there any verb to describe it?
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    Default Re: a suit is perfectly tailored

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    How would you say if a suit is perfectly tailored and is the rught size for a person? Is there any verb to describe it?


    ***not a teacher***

    Hi,
    Can't we just say, 'it fits you perfectly'?

    Also, have look at this page. It might give you some related ideas.

    http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/as...eady-wear.html

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    Default Re: a suit is perfectly tailored

    Another option is 'It's a perfect fit.'

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