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post #10021 of 14793
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Originally Posted by losrockets View Post
 

Is there a way to tell the style/cut of a SS jacket or suit from the inside label? I don't see any obvious "Napoli" or anything on a few that I have (purchased secondhand).


Thanks!


The item number is on the inside tag.  Google that and Suitsupply and you should get the original listing.  Or you could post a picture of it and most on here could tell you.

post #10022 of 14793
Quote:
Originally Posted by losrockets View Post

Is there a way to tell the style/cut of a SS jacket or suit from the inside label? I don't see any obvious "Napoli" or anything on a few that I have (purchased secondhand).


Thanks!

For suits, the item number usually starts with a "P" then a few numbers (typically four, I think), and sometimes ends with an "i".
post #10023 of 14793
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Originally Posted by fieldofdreams View Post
 


The item number is on the inside tag.  Google that and Suitsupply and you should get the original listing.  Or you could post a picture of it and most on here could tell you.


I have 2 suits from SuitSupply and on the inside label on the bottom I can read Livorno or Havana fit. So many infos. 

 

post #10024 of 14793

Does anyone know:

 

1) When will F/W line will be in the physical stores?

 

2) Do some pre-orders never make it to the stores and they sell out during the pre-sale? Or will there always be a reserve for certain stores?

post #10025 of 14793
So, for a while now I have realized that I need to increase my suit rotation. I do not quite have the budget for full bespoke e'erything, so I needed a good filler to supplement the bespoke process. Got to say, color me impressed with SuSu. I just got this in, Havana cut. The packaging and customer service were both excellent. This is with no alterations.



post #10026 of 14793
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Originally Posted by Newcomer View Post

So, for a while now I have realized that I need to increase my suit rotation. I do not quite have the budget for full bespoke e'erything, so I needed a good filler to supplement the bespoke process. Got to say, color me impressed with SuSu. I just got this in, Havana cut. The packaging and customer service were both excellent. This is with no alterations.


 

 

Dayuuuum, buddy!  That looks ridiculously good.  Give the Jort a try too...I think you'll really like it.

post #10027 of 14793
I've gotten two dark, conservative Havanas and love them too. Looks good
post #10028 of 14793
Thanks dudes. I will take better pictures once I get some alterations done.

Your Jort is what swayed me. And some of the other great SuSu fits. I am very impressed. Great quality for the very low price, especially for some daily work suits.
post #10029 of 14793

Should I get a regular or long suit if I'm 6'1.5? The suit I'm looking at is the Lazio. I've searched a little and it seems that Suitsupply suits are generally a little long anyway? Anyone around 6'1-6'2 with the Lazio suit? 

 

Thanks!

post #10030 of 14793
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Originally Posted by RexBanner View Post
 

Should I get a regular or long suit if I'm 6'1.5? The suit I'm looking at is the Lazio. I've searched a little and it seems that Suitsupply suits are generally a little long anyway? Anyone around 6'1-6'2 with the Lazio suit? 

 

Thanks!


I'm going to say long.  I'm 6' and wear a 40r.  If I were an inch and a half taller I would definitely be a 40L.  Might be different if you're like a 42 or 44, idk.  If you are size 40 or smaller, I say definitely go L.

post #10031 of 14793
I'm between 6 and 6'1 and can do either the R or L in the jackets; depends on the cut. Usually have to resort to the R for the more generous trousers in suiting; the L-sized pants are actually cut slimmer than the corresponding R-sized pair by a little over an inch
post #10032 of 14793
Hi guys,

Could I please get any thoughts on the fit of this Sienna light grey wool suit? Bought this from Shanghai SS yesterday and wondering whether to return it or not. Markup of Shanghai SS is about 12% on US and 30% on Europe so want to make sure it looks really good before keeping it or not (it is already sold out online though, that's why I initially paid the markup and being looking for a light grey suit for ages). The suit is here - http://apac.suitsupply.com/en/suits/sienna-light-grey-plain/P4214I.html)

Not the best photos unfortunately, thanks in advance!

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post #10033 of 14793

If anyone is ever interested in selling their navy hemp herringbone merano overcoat from a few years back, I would be interested. I wear a 40 in most suits. 

post #10034 of 14793
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Originally Posted by Canonguy77 View Post




I was looking for a breathable, lightweight suit for my upcoming wedding.  This Lazio 40R linen just came in the mail.  Here it is straight out of the coffin.  It's a little heavier than I expected for a linen suit, but since it fits so well, barely feels like i'm wearing anything.  Any alterations needed besides hemming the pants?  BTW im 6'0, 175 lbs.
Try a 42R

The jacket is tight in the chest and is short
post #10035 of 14793
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Originally Posted by ebayhtl View Post

Hi guys,

Could I please get any thoughts on the fit of this Sienna light grey wool suit? Bought this from Shanghai SS yesterday and wondering whether to return it or not. Markup of Shanghai SS is about 12% on US and 30% on Europe so want to make sure it looks really good before keeping it or not (it is already sold out online though, that's why I initially paid the markup and being looking for a light grey suit for ages). The suit is here - http://apac.suitsupply.com/en/suits/sienna-light-grey-plain/P4214I.html)

Not the best photos unfortunately, thanks in advance!

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This looks like a off-white to me, i guess bc of lighting?

 

It looks okay to me. Maybe you can let in the waist a tiny bit? (or maybe just open the vent)

 

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