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post #10036 of 13739

I have to disagree with kulata on both points, it doesn't look too tight (maybe a tiny bit) but the length is correct, the sleeves could be shortened.

post #10037 of 13739

I think it does look short. I'm sure the back panel doesn't cover the butt area entirely. Then again, in a casual context it might be pulled off fine, I guess.

 

*speaking of the Hudson, not the Sienna.

post #10038 of 13739
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Originally Posted by kulata View Post

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The jacket is tight in the chest and is short

 

 

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Originally Posted by Ironballs View Post
 

I have to disagree with kulata on both points, it doesn't look too tight (maybe a tiny bit) but the length is correct, the sleeves could be shortened.

 

Assuming the trousers are where the poster wears them, Kulata is correct.  The back should cover the buttocks, and the best analogue of that from the front is that it should extend to where the trouser inseams meet.

 

 

 

The fact that the photo crops out the bottom of the trousers and the feet might be misrepresenting the proportions a bit.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

post #10039 of 13739
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Originally Posted by Academic2 View Post
 

 

 

 

Assuming the trousers are where the poster wears them, Kulata is correct.  The back should cover the buttocks, and the best analogue of that from the front is that it should extend to where the trouser inseams meet.

 

 

 

The fact that the photo crops out the bottom of the trousers and the feet might be misrepresenting the proportions a bit.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac


You guys are overlooking the possibility that he may just need to pull up his pants.

post #10040 of 13739
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Originally Posted by Canonguy77 View Post


I could have done a better job posing for critique. I'm fairly new to wearing suits and i'm still very much learning. That's why i'm here and i'm grateful to be receiving such wonderful advice from you folks. I put my camera on timer mode and in an attempt to get in the picture in time, my pants did sag a few inches. The jacket does actually cover my butt when i wear my pants at the proper height. I'm definitely calling this suit a keeper. It fits like a glove straight out of the box. Thanks!


Here he states his pants were saggin.

post #10041 of 13739

hey all. i picked up a suit at suitsupply and i think the pants need tailoring based on the seat and how the fabric is kind of draping across my skinny legs. thoughts?

 

what would i ask the tailor to do?

 

http://imgur.com/Tu8XMOS,TQH6hRw#0

 

http://imgur.com/Tu8XMOS,TQH6hRw#1

 

 

 

 

 

post #10042 of 13739
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Originally Posted by willos80 View Post
 

hey all. i picked up a suit at suitsupply and i think the pants need tailoring based on the seat and how the fabric is kind of draping across my skinny legs. thoughts?

 

what would i ask the tailor to do?

 

http://imgur.com/Tu8XMOS,TQH6hRw#0

 

http://imgur.com/Tu8XMOS,TQH6hRw#1

 

 

 

 

 


It wouldn't hurt to have the legs taken in. They're not glaringly bad, but I think it would be an improvement.

 

That and have them hemmed if they're too long (can't tell from the photo).

post #10043 of 13739
Yes, i did need to pull up my pants. This jacket also covers my buttocks entirely. Thanks for the tips guys.
post #10044 of 13739
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Originally Posted by p0rkbelly View Post
 

Does anyone know:

 

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

 

I was in the Madison Avenue store earlier this week. They said: "Late in the first week of September." 

post #10045 of 13739

Employee in SuSu Chicago said 9/8. I guess we'll see.

post #10046 of 13739

Would the Sienna suit be good for interviews and networking events? Does the soft shoulders and ticket pocket make the suit less conservative?  


Edited by xdawes23 - 8/30/15 at 7:15pm
post #10047 of 13739
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Originally Posted by xdawes23 View Post
 

Would the Sienna suit be good for interviews and networking events? Does the soft shoulders and ticket pocket make the suit less conservative?  

 

Yes but the plebs will not notice the difference, and the fact that you are wearing a well fitting suit will put you leagues ahead of your peers. 

post #10048 of 13739

I got a Lazio as a gift but it is a size off, I think the Washington fits me better (as I have one). Can I do an exchange or return for store credit/another style?

post #10049 of 13739

Is it possible for a Napoli suit to be fully canvassed? I swear this purple line napoli suit I picked up feels that way in the lapels and they roll quite nicely: http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/napoli-grey-plain/P3457I.html

 

Here was the other one I thrifted: http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/york-blue-plain/P2529Y.html which fits in the chest/shoulders pretty well but is tight in the waist (I'm a 40 in the Havana, both are 38). Oh well, I could use the money.

 

@Burgerkong - I'm guessing only if you have a gift receipt, and even then, just maybe. Otherwise folks like me could take these thrifted suits back to SS and swap them for suits that fit, if we were so nefariously inclined.

post #10050 of 13739
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Originally Posted by burgerkong View Post

I got a Lazio as a gift but it is a size off, I think the Washington fits me better (as I have one). Can I do an exchange or return for store credit/another style?

They have a 30 day return policy. If it was ordered online there should be a pre printed return label in the coffin.
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