"I like your suit."
"Oh, thanks. The wife said she was tired of me looking like a used car salesman.
She sent me [to?] one of those guys from Hong Kong, who flies into the states for a few days,
and works out of a hotel room near LAX. Yep. I got the pinstripe."
It's more understandable with all the words in it.
He bought his suit from a Hong Kong man who flies into the US and sells his suits from a hotel room near LAX.
It's the suitmaker who flies and sells and works. Suits don't fly (except Superman's). Though, no doubt, he makes the suits in Hong Kong, where it's cheaper, and the flies with the suits to LA, and sells them there for a large price increase that obviously covers his airfares, etc.
I do believe that 'to' is missing, and that the wife sent him to the suitmaker, not sent him the suit.
Is that clearer?
Student or Learner