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post #10051 of 13742
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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 am almost 6-1 and I wear a R. I like the jacket length, but the last Napoli purchase I made (circa winter 2014) I had to lengthen the arms enough that there is a noticeable gap between the end of the sleeve and the first button. So I would take into account your arm length as part of your decision.


*EDIT: Sorry, missed that you said Lazio. I own 1 Lazio and it is a R and I wish it was an L.
post #10052 of 13742
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Originally Posted by CousinDonuts View Post


I am almost 6-1 and I wear a R. I like the jacket length, but the last Napoli purchase I made (circa winter 2014) I had to lengthen the arms enough that there is a noticeable gap between the end of the sleeve and the first button. So I would take into account your arm length as part of your decision.


*EDIT: Sorry, missed that you said Lazio. I own 1 Lazio and it is a R and I wish it was an L.

Damn... I already ordered the R a couple days ago. I was worried about the arms but since most people have to have the arms shortened, I thought I would be ok. I ordered a 44 since the Lazio is a very slim fitting suit. What size is yours? 

post #10053 of 13742

Can anyone comment on the quality of SS's bags? I'm interested in getting one.

post #10054 of 13742
Any thoughts on this Madison? http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/madison-blue-stripe/P3692.html
Could it be worn in a business setting or is it too much?
post #10055 of 13742
That's pretty bold for a business suit, but really it depends on how formal a workplace it is. A navy pinstripe is usually a conservative option but that one is a very bold pinstripe.
post #10056 of 13742
Update on fall collection: Stores get the inventory on 9/9. Will be on the floor 9/11.
post #10057 of 13742
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Originally Posted by losrockets View Post
 

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

 

Half-canvassed suits have canvas in the lapels. 

post #10058 of 13742

And in the chest piece, extending to where the pockets are, and reaching the shoulder seams on top.

post #10059 of 13742
Gentlemen, need a bit of help if possible.

If anyone has a Washington half jacket in size 36R and/or 38R, could you measure the shoulders for me? I don't trust the measurements online. I am hoping the 36R is at least 17 inches (which it should be). I am typically a 38R in winter Havanas, but actually a 36R in summer Havanas.

Anyway, looking to expand my horizons beyond Havanas with my first Washington half. Thanks for any help or info.

P.S. Forgot to ask -- how do shoulder paddings compare between Washington and Washinton half? Since the latter is only partially lined, logically, the padding should be less as well?
Edited by pomor - 9/1/15 at 11:15am
post #10060 of 13742

a couple more fall/winter stock showed up today:

 

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/jackets/havana-brown-plain/C796I.html?cgid=Jackets

 

this brown blazer looks particularly tempting and is "only" 399, but im on a no spending spree

post #10061 of 13742
Curious about the Sienna odd jackets. The fabric choices aren't spectacular, but the price is certainly right at $299.
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post #10063 of 13742
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Originally Posted by CaptainTohm View Post

Link for those who haven't seen one of the few options
http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/jackets/sienna-blue-faux-uni/C818I.html?cgid=Jackets

 

saw thought and honestly think it may be a pricing mistake.  sienna...in s130 wool for 300?  still, id rather spend 100 more and get something i actually liked more

post #10064 of 13742
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Originally Posted by VincentVogan View Post
 

Can anyone comment on the quality of SS's bags? I'm interested in getting one.


I went to the SS store in Brussels but I was not really impressed by the quality of their bags. I much prefer my Bleu de Chauffe bags.

 

Try them out since return is free.

post #10065 of 13742
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Originally Posted by CaptainTohm View Post

Curious about the Sienna odd jackets. The fabric choices aren't spectacular, but the price is certainly right at $299.

SuSu must have noticed the masses are wearing flap pockets on their sportcoats, seeing as they now have Sienna and LA Spalla jackets. I'm a stickler for patch pockets myself.
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