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post #10726 of 13736
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Originally Posted by ferdsje View Post

I purchased both, so I can help you. Both are ss150. But in my humble opinion, la spalla looks more delicate. E Thomas ss150 cloth has more bright than vbc cloth, which looks better. Also, the Jort has patch pockets and la spalla doesn't. Personally, I'll go for the jort
I thought that E Thomas would and probably be more delicate than VBC. EThomas look better in general but they don't hold well over the use, or at least that's my experience . I'm leaning to Jort for one more reason, it's more playful to the eye, the combination of patch pockets and Italian shoulder looks great. Anyway thanks for your input, an opinion is always useful
post #10727 of 13736
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Originally Posted by RedRoadster View Post
 

Any thoughts ?

 

If you are the kind of guy who attends a lot of black tie functions and have more than one dinner suit, then sure, mix it up and get a blue one.  Otherwise get the black - lesser risk of someone asking you to valet park their car or fetch them a gin and tonic. ;)

post #10728 of 13736
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Originally Posted by pmestrad View Post


Anyone with pics of this in real life? Was also considering getting it as a light to mid weight jacket


So this arrived today.  I ordered it in medium and large.  I thought it probably ran slim, and it does.  The large was the best fit for me and I wear a 40r.  The material is great.  It is certainly a light weight jacket.  The jacket actually looks a little darker than it does my picture or the susu stock photo.

 

post #10729 of 13736

Taking my washington for a spin!

 

post #10730 of 13736

I received that coat I was asking about. I ordered two different sizes, 48 and 50, the smaller one will be returned.

 

On the photos below I'm wearing a shirt, cotton jacket (yeah, I know what you will say, but already I have no flannel jacket to test it, so I thougt that a cotton jacket should simulate some heavier wool jacket as well)  and the aformentioned coat. I think there's something wrong at the waist (first picture on the right side). On the second photo you can see, that the other side is looking much better. Do you think the tailor should be able to correct this place? My shoulder width is 45cm and I think that a bigger one (52) is not an option...

 

What do you think?

 

post #10731 of 13736
they could try move all the buttons, the balance might be off
post #10732 of 13736
I think he is speaking of the big divot in the right side that may or may not be due to extreme waist suppression.
post #10733 of 13736
Does it occur in the larger size as well? May be a defect? When laid flat does something look off?
post #10734 of 13736

In the picture you can see me wearing size 50. :)

 

I don't see any asymmetry when it's lying flat...

post #10735 of 13736

Could be a million different things, although most likely just your hips/posture. The coat looks great, though. If the divot re-appears, returns are always doable. 

post #10736 of 13736

@Camillo I agree with cuponoodles. The issue appears to be caused by a drop right shoulder.

post #10737 of 13736
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Originally Posted by Camillo View Post
 

I received that coat I was asking about. I ordered two different sizes, 48 and 50, the smaller one will be returned.

 

On the photos below I'm wearing a shirt, cotton jacket (yeah, I know what you will say, but already I have no flannel jacket to test it, so I thougt that a cotton jacket should simulate some heavier wool jacket as well)  and the aformentioned coat. I think there's something wrong at the waist (first picture on the right side). On the second photo you can see, that the other side is looking much better. Do you think the tailor should be able to correct this place? My shoulder width is 45cm and I think that a bigger one (52) is not an option...

 

What do you think?

 

 

 

Have you buttoned the inside button? I remember we had that in our army doubled breasted jackets - if you didn't button it the jacket would sort of collapse.

post #10738 of 13736
Have any members ordered any of the recent La Spalla suits?
post #10739 of 13736

i just got my napoli suit. i thinking i am going return due bad stitching breast pocket .

post #10740 of 13736

Has anyone else noticed, when filtering suits, that when you click on model there is no longer a box for double breasted?  It has been replaced by three piece.  It clearly appears that double breasted models are being phased out.  Hopefully they perpetually keep one or two models in stock.  There are a couple Madisons in the spring summer lookbook, which gives me hope.

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