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post #10246 of 14133
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Originally Posted by ptr1988 View Post
 

What lazio suit is that, code please?

Code: P3911I04 

post #10247 of 14133

I decided to have a stab at this one, a Lazio blue flannel:

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/suits/lazio-blue-plain/P3967.html?cgid=Suits&prefn1=styleFit&prefv1=Classic-Lazio

 

Here it is in the wild (directly out of the box).

 

 

Fabric is nice, very soft. Jacket is too tight through the waist and needs to be let out. I assume there is enough material to ensure this won't be a problem? The fit of the pants is just...off. Really tight through the hips with lots of excess fabric in the crotch. They will need some work by my tailor. I wish the blue was a shade darker but that's not a show stopper.

 

Thoughts?

post #10248 of 14133
^^^ Shoulder line does not appear to be clean. Can that be fixed by tailor?
post #10249 of 14133
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Originally Posted by fieldofdreams View Post


One things all of these have in common is they are all Ferla fabrics.  Maybe they are testing out if they can sell at a higher price point with these fabrics.
A more expensive price for a wool-blend suit (assuming with poly) seems ridiculous.
post #10250 of 14133
Buy this jacket in size 48 http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/jackets/havana-light-brown-check/C844.html?cgid=Jackets&start=11
post #10251 of 14133

i asked suitsupply online chat room that they said there is one inch (total / two sides) excess material to let out. i thought i was not enough for me, so i returned it today. For your information.

post #10252 of 14133

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Originally Posted by Spandexter View Post
 

I decided to have a stab at this one, a Lazio blue flannel:

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/suits/lazio-blue-plain/P3967.html?cgid=Suits&prefn1=styleFit&prefv1=Classic-Lazio

 

Here it is in the wild (directly out of the box).

 

 

Fabric is nice, very soft. Jacket is too tight through the waist and needs to be let out. I assume there is enough material to ensure this won't be a problem? The fit of the pants is just...off. Really tight through the hips with lots of excess fabric in the crotch. They will need some work by my tailor. I wish the blue was a shade darker but that's not a show stopper.

 

Thoughts?

 

i asked suitsupply online chat room that they said there is one inch (total / two sides) excess material to let out. i thought i was not enough for me, so i returned it today. For your information.

post #10253 of 14133
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Originally Posted by 15621258 View Post

i asked suitsupply online chat room that they said there is one inch (total / two sides) excess material to let out. i thought i was not enough for me, so i returned it today. For your information.

Thanks a bunch. That doesn't sound like enough as it's pretty tight through the back. Urgh, back it goes.
post #10254 of 14133

Any experience with the thick Suitsupply turtlenecks or Suitsupply knitwear in general?

 

I was thinking of getting both or either of these, but I want to know if it's worth the price:

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en_GB/knitwear/cream-turtleneck/SW573.html?cgid=Knitwear

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en_GB/knitwear/blue-turtleneck/SW572.html?cgid=Knitwear

post #10255 of 14133

Anybody been to the Riga store? Will be there for work next week and was thinking to pick up a sportcoat given the favorable pricing vs buying in America. Particularly interested in how much they stock in, say, a 25 or 26.

 

Thanks.

post #10256 of 14133
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Originally Posted by MrTopCat View Post

Any experience with the thick Suitsupply turtlenecks or Suitsupply knitwear in general?

I was thinking of getting both or either of these, but I want to know if it's worth the price:

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en_GB/knitwear/cream-turtleneck/SW573.html?cgid=Knitwear

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en_GB/knitwear/blue-turtleneck/SW572.html?cgid=Knitwear

They are quite nice actually (especially for the euro prices). The wool is very soft, feels luxurious. I have a wool-cashmere shawl collar cardigan from last season that has held up well.
Edited by Wess - 9/19/15 at 11:32am
post #10257 of 14133
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Originally Posted by MrTopCat View Post
 

Any experience with the thick Suitsupply turtlenecks or Suitsupply knitwear in general?

 

 

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Originally Posted by Wess View Post


They are quite nice actually (especially for the euro prices). The wool is very soft, feels luxurious. I have a wool-cashmere shawl collar cardigan from last season that has held up well.

 

If I recall correctly, I think it's @Chulillo who bought a couple of their V-neck sweaters and he mentionned that they lost their shape pretty quickly. I'm not sure those were his exact terms though, it might be worthwhile to check up with him. 

post #10258 of 14133
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Originally Posted by AlbertSwearenge View Post

Anybody been to the Riga store? Will be there for work next week and was thinking to pick up a sportcoat given the favorable pricing vs buying in America. Particularly interested in how much they stock in, say, a 25 or 26.

Thanks.

I have been there.
They had alot in stock in regular sizes. But pretty scarce in my size 94.
post #10259 of 14133
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Originally Posted by ShawnBC View Post



If I recall correctly, I think it's @Chulillo
 who bought a couple of their V-neck sweaters and he mentionned that they lost their shape pretty quickly. I'm not sure those were his exact terms though, it might be worthwhile to check up with him. 

I do remember reading that. The knits MrTopCat and I are referring to are quite different from their staple v-necks and cardigans, they definitely feel a step up. My experience with their basic staple knits (cotton and cotton/cashmere) aren't as bad as I remember reading about it here, but I do prefer my BB merino wool cardigans.
post #10260 of 14133
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Originally Posted by Wess View Post


I do remember reading that. The knits MrTopCat and I are referring to are quite different from their staple v-necks and cardigans, they definitely feel a step up. My experience with their basic staple knits (cotton and cotton/cashmere) aren't as bad as I remember reading about it here, but I do prefer my BB merino wool cardigans.

 

I think I remember reading that too. Just figured that these might be different due to them being thicker.

 

I may buy them both of them and see what they're like, I really like the way they look and I looked for cheaper alternatives but it seems like I can either buy cheap low quality knits or overpriced brand names.

 

I guess Suitsupply would be the in-between, and I have more confidence when buying from them due to my familiarity with their return policy. Sadly they're still a bit more pricey than I'd hoped for.

 

If I do decide to order them, I'll be sure to keep you guys updated on the quality/durability.

 

Oh and for anyone else interested, they are 85% wool/15% cashmere.

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