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post #10411 of 13736
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Originally Posted by leonrehman View Post
 

 

 

I am also in the process of getting this coat fitted. Wool cashmere blend incredible. Unfortunately no 40s in this coat, had to opt for a regular 40.

 

This means I had to:

 

- Shorten sleeves from the shoulder AS WELL as shortening slightly at the bottom

- Replace lining in the sleeces

- take in at the waist

 

Everything else was pretty perfect though. They said it will be ready in a week! Hope they bring this coat out again in camel, missed it last year!

Yeah, it's really too bad they don't have overcoats in short sizes. I could really use that as well. Not gonna buy if I have to shorten the length of the jacket and the sleeves.

post #10412 of 13736
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Originally Posted by brnrth View Post


Just curious, what is the reason that you would shorten from the end of the sleeve and the shoulder? Sorry if I missed this already

shortening sleeve from the shoulder is limited to around 3cm, on this occasion I needed half inch off the wrist also

post #10413 of 13736
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Originally Posted by nielsbusch View Post
 

Yeah, it's really too bad they don't have overcoats in short sizes. I could really use that as well. Not gonna buy if I have to shorten the length of the jacket and the sleeves.

It is very much worth it, especially with Suit Supply coats. It looked bespoke by the time the fitting was complete, awaiting delivery, will post  a picture once received.

post #10414 of 13736
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Originally Posted by leonrehman View Post
 

 

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I am also in the process of getting this coat fitted. Wool cashmere blend incredible. Unfortunately no 40s in this coat, had to opt for a regular 40.

 

This means I had to:

 

- Shorten sleeves from the shoulder AS WELL as shortening slightly at the bottom

- Replace lining in the sleeces

- take in at the waist

 

Everything else was pretty perfect though. They said it will be ready in a week! Hope they bring this coat out again in camel, missed it last year!

 

That's a bad ass coat.  Doesn't appear to be in the online store.

post #10415 of 13736
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Originally Posted by ferdsje View Post

Guys, just received my new la spalla suit. It's navy birds eye and made from EThomas ss150. I foun the la spalla very slim- I had to size up-. Absolutely love it, but is this ss150 cloth too delicate to be used as a work suit?



 

That's nice. Looks more navy than the photos from Suitsupply would suggest - good thing. But man, it's really annoying that they have to use these delicate fabrics. What's the point.They have a bird's eye fabric on a Sienna suit which is 130s I think, should've used that... Does the fabric feel thin/flimsy? 

post #10416 of 13736
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Originally Posted by davidazio View Post
 

Does anyone own this Grey Birdseye Lazio and can share some pictures of the fabric IRL?

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/it/suits/lazio-grigio-occhio-di-pernice/P4707.html?cgid=Suits&prefn1=color&prefv1=Grigio&prefn2=styleFit&prefv2=Classico-Lazio

 

Also, how does the fabric feel and drape compared to most other SuitSupply 110s wools? 

 

 

Not the best lighting in these photos, but I think it compares well to the photos on the website. Feels nice.

post #10417 of 13736

Wool/Hemp Hudson. Proxied from @riton, whose service I can recommend highly.

post #10418 of 13736

@Darkside What size is that jacket?

post #10419 of 13736
Thanks mbishop! I was starting to lose hope here. It does look quite nice. Is it a keeper or are you sending it back?
post #10420 of 13736
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Originally Posted by Spandexter View Post

Thanks. I'm 5'9/65kg and this is 34R. I normally take a 36R but I found the arm holes on the 36R to be quite low causing a lot of excess fabric through the back. The pants were also a mess so I decided to keep the 34R and let out the waist on both the jacket and the pants. Hope that helps.
I'm also 5'9.5" and 53 kg take 34r. Can fit into the 32r but sleeves way too short. My standard sleeve length is 24.75". Even the 34r is a bit short. Plus the 32r tad too short as well. I don't alter the jacket but pants take in 3 inches. I have wide shoulders and chest 37" waist suppression cause ripple under the collar.My waist at 26". Looks though you may have some roll behind your jacket.
post #10421 of 13736
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Originally Posted by fieldofdreams View Post
 

 

That's a bad ass coat.  Doesn't appear to be in the online store.

It is there, in the GB store anyway

post #10422 of 13736
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Originally Posted by Benjaminba View Post

That's nice. Looks more navy than the photos from Suitsupply would suggest - good thing. But man, it's really annoying that they have to use these delicate fabrics. What's the point.They have a bird's eye fabric on a Sienna suit which is 130s I think, should've used that... Does the fabric feel thin/flimsy? 

Because of the full canvas, the suit feels very lightweight, like you are not wearing nothing at all. The cloth is also very soft, but not flimsy. SS has recently moved this suit to the SS collection
post #10423 of 13736
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Originally Posted by patliean1 View Post

@Darkside
 What size is that jacket?

42R
post #10424 of 13736
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Originally Posted by Benjaminba View Post

That's nice. Looks more navy than the photos from Suitsupply would suggest - good thing. But man, it's really annoying that they have to use these delicate fabrics. What's the point.They have a bird's eye fabric on a Sienna suit which is 130s I think, should've used that... Does the fabric feel thin/flimsy? 

I bought this suit recently as well. Feels very light but not too delicate, the material doesn't feel flimsy at all. I've got enough suits that I wouldn't wear this one more than once a week - but I'd be happy to maintain a weekly wearing with it. Budget permitting, it is always good to not wear a suit too frequently anyway...
post #10425 of 13736

That color is beautiful @Darkside It is like a grayish-blue... or a blueish-gray :P 

Really like it and looks good on you. Do you feel the sleeves are too long? 

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