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Sorry to bug the group. Anyone have measurements for the old Tipo model in 38 & 40? I'm seeing 17.5" shoulders for the 38 in some places and 18" for the 38 other places Similarly I find a 40 at 18.5". Anyone have one they can measure please? Much appreciated
Does the Tipo model run true to size? I'm usually a 38/48R but in certain smaller cuts I go up to a 40/50 (eg I'm a 38R in Canali but a 40 for their Kei jackets) I see the Tipo shoulders are small on the 38/48 so should I size up to a 40/50? Thanks
Anyone seen this one in real life?   http://us.suitsupply.com/en_CA/suits/havana-blue-plain/P3788I.html?cgid=Suits   How does it compare to a plain navy?  Too similar?     Thanks
How much shorter are the Havana and hudson compared to the lazio? I am a 38r but the website says all 3 styles are the same length.
You guys are lucky out there.  In Alberta its usually full of Hilfiger or Chaps crap.   I'll have to check it out when I'm there next time.
Sorry quick question about sizing.   I've perused this large thread.    I'm not near a brick and mortar store.  I'm usually a 38R (closer to a 39R) for most fits.  Shoulders don't fit skinny 38R but ok for regular ones (for example Canali 13000 and 15000 and most Samuelsohn models fit ok at 38R).   I looked at the shoulder measurements online and 38R in most models is 17.7.  Is this true to size when trying the jackets on?   I think I may need to size up and get a...
Is that suit from Bloomingdales a 3 roll 2 or a true 3 button?
Great suit at a good price.   I would totally kop except I already own too many grey suits.   The 13000 series fits well.  Not too skinny and can be nipped in a bit if you want a little more waist suppression.  I have both a 13000 and 15000 and both fit fine (the 13000 a bit more tailoring but I'm fairly slim).   Canali doesn't get as much love as TF, Brioni, Kiton but hey not everyone is rich.
I assume the sizes of the Eidos suits/jackets at Bloomingdales is European, right?  Otherwise that's some large sizes on sale.
Bourbon is a burnished walnut for Allen Edmonds.  They essentially take a walnut shoe and burnish it on a dark wheel to create an overall darker color and has variegated color (i.e. some areas darker than others).  I think it gives the bourbon some character.
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