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post #10426 of 13736

@ferdsje & @ebayhtl, good to hear your impressions, appreciate it, thank you! It's a beautiful suit from the pictures and navy birdseye is a great all round fabric. I only need a suit for special occasions, but still want it to be durable enough.

post #10427 of 13736
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Originally Posted by Chulillo View Post

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? 

Thanks buddy. It's more blue than gray but the color doesn't come across well in poor lighting. I'd call it a grayish blue. The sleeves could probably use a shortening of .5 cm but I have started preferring showing less shirt cuff so it doesn't bother me. And that minor of a detail isn't worth major jacket surgery.
post #10428 of 13736
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Originally Posted by Darkside View Post


Thanks buddy. It's more blue than gray but the color doesn't come across well in poor lighting. I'd call it a grayish blue. The sleeves could probably use a shortening of .5 cm but I have started preferring showing less shirt cuff so it doesn't bother me. And that minor of a detail isn't worth major jacket surgery.

Of course it isn't. I just asked because I have read sometimes on WAYWT people saying someone needed to shorten their sleeves while they looked like the ones on your jacket. But I think they are fine. I do like to show a bit more  cuff but I do like them like that as well... it was just curiosity :)

Anyway, it is a great looking jacket :)

post #10429 of 13736
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Originally Posted by Darkside View Post

Thanks buddy. It's more blue than gray but the color doesn't come across well in poor lighting. I'd call it a grayish blue. The sleeves could probably use a shortening of .5 cm but I have started preferring showing less shirt cuff so it doesn't bother me. And that minor of a detail isn't worth major jacket surgery.

I think you're showing an appropriate amount of shirt cuff. Nice looking jacket!
post #10430 of 13736

Thoughts on this Hudson suit? It might not be a formal business suit but I think I can wear this at my work place. Also, I think the jacket can be worn as a sport coat.

 

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_CA/suits/hudson-blue-plain/P4714I.html?cgid=Suits

 

post #10431 of 13736
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Originally Posted by zinc2162 View Post
 

Thoughts on this Hudson suit? It might not be a formal business suit but I think I can wear this at my work place. Also, I think the jacket can be worn as a sport coat.

 

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_CA/suits/hudson-blue-plain/P4714I.html?cgid=Suits

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

I love it. It can definitely be used as an odd jacket too.

post #10432 of 13736

Hey guys, I'm a new member to the forum, but I have been lurking a little for the past couple of weeks. I've been in the military for 9 yrs and I'll be getting out in several months. I'm looking for a single suit that will be great for interviews and be versatile for other occasions in the future...Just from looking online, I like 2 of the Lazios and 2 of the Napolis. I am adding pictures and links below. 

 

Napoli Grey Plain P4747

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/napoli-grey-plain/P4747I.html

 

 

 

Napoli Dark Grey Plain P2525

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/napoli-dark-grey-plain/P2525I.html

 

 

Lazio Grey Plain P4737

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/lazio-grey-plain/P4737I.html

 

 

Lazio Grey Plain P3785

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/lazio-grey-plain/P3785I.html

 

 

Do you think one of these colors or styles is more appropriate for my situation than the others? I am tall and slim at 6'2.5" and 180 lbs. I may order online or just drive a few hours to NYC. Any input would be really appreciated. 

post #10433 of 13736
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Originally Posted by Benjaminba View Post

@ferdsje
 & @ebayhtl
, good to hear your impressions, appreciate it, thank you! It's a beautiful suit from the pictures and navy birdseye is a great all round fabric. I only need a suit for special occasions, but still want it to be durable enough.

If you're just wearing it occasionally it should be fine, and I think good practice is that you won't wear a good quality suut more than once a week or so anyway.
post #10434 of 13736
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Originally Posted by Joe11 View Post

Hey guys, I'm a new member to the forum, but I have been lurking a little for the past couple of weeks. I've been in the military for 9 yrs and I'll be getting out in several months. I'm looking for a single suit that will be great for interviews and be versatile for other occasions in the future...Just from looking online, I like 2 of the Lazios and 2 of the Napolis. I am adding pictures and links below. 

Napoli Grey Plain P4747
http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/napoli-grey-plain/P4747I.html





Napoli Dark Grey Plain P2525
http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/napoli-dark-grey-plain/P2525I.html




Lazio Grey Plain P4737
http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/lazio-grey-plain/P4737I.html




Lazio Grey Plain P3785
http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/lazio-grey-plain/P3785I.html




Do you think one of these colors or styles is more appropriate for my situation than the others? I am tall and slim at 6'2.5" and 180 lbs. I may order online or just drive a few hours to NYC. Any input would be really appreciated. 
I would choose the last lazio. But if it was your first suit, I would recommend you a navy blue instead, and use this as a second purchase. The Navy Napoli is A bit more expensive, but it will also be your best friend on such occasions
post #10435 of 13736
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Originally Posted by Filippos View Post

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I would choose the last lazio. But if it was your first suit, I would recommend you a navy blue instead, and use this as a second purchase. The Navy Napoli is A bit more expensive, but it will also be your best friend on such occasions

 

+1. Go for a worsted Navy Lazio. It will match with many more ties and shirts.

post #10436 of 13736

Hello.

 

This is my first post here. I am looking for new suit and I really like the Suitsupply styles and the price. 

 

The problem is that I am quite short (5'9 , 175 cm) and wide (80 kg). I train a lot at the gym so I think that the narrowest suit won't fit me. I own one suit which is size 52, and I think the suit is quite slim fit. 

 

I really like the look of Sienna. Do you think it would fit me if I choose maybe the size 26 (short)?

post #10437 of 13736
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Originally Posted by fish-ana View Post
 

Hello.

 

This is my first post here. I am looking for new suit and I really like the Suitsupply styles and the price. 

 

The problem is that I am quite short (5'9 , 175 cm) and wide (80 kg). I train a lot at the gym so I think that the narrowest suit won't fit me. I own one suit which is size 52, and I think the suit is quite slim fit. 

 

I really like the look of Sienna. Do you think it would fit me if I choose maybe the size 26 (short)?


You should really just go buy a fabric tape measure and have a friend measure you.

post #10438 of 13736

hi guys! what do you think of this? i really like it and actually colombo cashmere is one of the best here in italy but the pockets are really disgusting, don't they?

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/250682/suitsupply-nyc/10440

post #10439 of 13736
I came across this $2310 USD Isaia jacket on MrPorter and it looked extremely familiar to something SuitSupply is selling for $499 .

So I looked for the composition of the SuSu jacket (60% silk, 36% wool, 4% cashmere), and it is identical to the Isaia jacket. Of course, I'm sure the Isaia jacket has much more hand made details and it's made in Italy... but the cloth appear to be exactly the same.
post #10440 of 13736
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Originally Posted by fish-ana View Post

Hello.

This is my first post here. I am looking for new suit and I really like the Suitsupply styles and the price. 

The problem is that I am quite short (5'9 , 175 cm) and wide (80 kg). I train a lot at the gym so I think that the narrowest suit won't fit me. I own one suit which is size 52, and I think the suit is quite slim fit. 

I really like the look of Sienna. Do you think it would fit me if I choose maybe the size 26 (short)?
Buy it, and if it won't fit just return it. In general Suitsupply favors tall and slim silhouettes on their cuts, so odds don't look good. At least try it and it would be also good if you had an opinion from a Tailor to see if could be adjusted. If none of the above is true, just return it. On my experience though, those suits can save you a lot of money if you find a good fit, even with the help of a Tailor.
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