Anyone know how slim the shirts are or the extra slim? Usually wear tm lewin slim fit and fit great. Would that compare to the slim or extra slim? About 175 6'3 long athletic build
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Suitsupply NYC - Page 71post #1051 of 619911/10/12 at 3:25pm
Styleforum Top Pickspost #1052 of 619911/10/12 at 7:41pmpost #1053 of 619911/11/12 at 10:18amQuote:
I don't know how to figure how much is available to let out, but here is a picture of an SS jacket that has not had the cuffs touched.
(I also can't get this picture right side up no matter what I try)post #1054 of 619911/11/12 at 7:58pmpost #1055 of 619911/11/12 at 8:11pmpost #1056 of 619911/11/12 at 10:42pmpost #1057 of 619911/11/12 at 11:30pmpost #1058 of 619911/11/12 at 11:58pmpost #1059 of 619911/12/12 at 1:25amGot my Washington plain blue suit last week and am extremely pleased. Had considered getting my usual 40R, but having read that the Washington was rather slim, decided to get a 42R.
Customer service was outstanding. 42R was not available online, however I was told to simply order in a different size, and forward the request to change to customer service. My suit arrived in 6 days (Australia), and included a large suit-shaped box, with a return sticker inside for UPS shipping back to the Netherlands should I not be pleased.
I've essentially purchased all my clothing online since about 2003-2004, and this is easily one of, if not the best customer service I've come across.
As for as the quality of the suit goes, I'm probably not the right person to ask, as I don't own anything high end. Having said that, I'm not really sure what I would be willing to pay a lot more for. The fabric seems of high quality, and has a lovely hand, the cut is spot on (trousers need hemming, possibly slight tapering), and when compared to my previous Hugo Boss and Calvin Klein suits, SS seems to be several leagues higher.
Anyway, I think my point is made, but I am very close to buying another suit and the tuxedo - this from someone who might need to wear suit a few times each year - simply because I'm so pleased with the product and the service.post #1060 of 619911/12/12 at 1:47ampost #1061 of 619911/12/12 at 6:30ampost #1062 of 619911/12/12 at 7:47ampost #1063 of 619911/12/12 at 9:22ampost #1064 of 619911/12/12 at 4:24pmpost #1065 of 619911/12/12 at 6:01pm
Yes..It does look a bit odd but you get used to it. It's not perfect per say but you could always add another buttonhole. My tailor however didn't want to add a buttonhole as he said he did not have the machine to make the new button identical to the old.
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