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FYI some "Spring Preview" items are up on the site now. As usual the sport coats are looking good.
^ That amount is normally not a problem. Assuming you're talking about the side and/or back seams to loosen the chest through waist.
In one of the early, amusing examples of "lost in translation" I once added to my order notes "I don't need any collar stays". And I didn't get any... and the shirt collar came without slots for them, either. (It was a casual shirt, so no harm done.) Bottom line: word your request unambiguously!
English isn't my first language either but as of right now I'm feeling a little better about it.
You wouldn't want to wear a black dress shirt, but a black sweater, turtleneck, overcoat, etc? Go for it.
^ black, burgundy, purple, dark brown, burnt orange, sky blue... It's pretty neutral, man.
OK since I picked on your novel the least I can do is try and answer this much less open-ended question. This can be kind of a tricky pairing. Make sure that the brown and grey are sufficiently far enough apart in colour to be visibly different (i.e. one doesn't look like a faded version of the other). Also this will go a lot better if there is a textural difference between the two, like if the trousers are smooth worsted and the coat is tweed or something.It's not exactly...
3D scanners are expensive. An empty box and a can of expanding foam is cheap!
If you otherwise like the suit, you should look into Suitsupply's custom tailoring program. The suits cost about the same as their better off the rack suits ($650-$800 generally) and will be made to fit you.I'm a fan of Suitsupply and will be trying it out myself the next time I get to the store.
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