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post #10906 of 13736
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Originally Posted by Death24xASecond View Post

Thanks for the opinions. The pricing is certainly attractive, and I like a few of the styles on offer. Really prefer center vent, though--neither Napoli nor York offers that. Still, I'll get a suit done and see what happens. Any physical stores I can visit in NYC?

Three if you include Bloomingdale's. Website lists all the store locations.
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There's is in fact now suitsupply in LA. A small area in the Beverly center Bloomingdale's. I only noticed a couple things that weren't online, like above 3 piece havana
post #10908 of 13736
Wow. That Havana three-piece n your photo looks hideous. Maybe it's the picture quality, but the pattern is loud -- and not in a good way. It's the kind of pattern my grandmother's kitchen table oilcloth would have back in the old country.

Generally, when Suitsupply does patterns, I like 7-8 out of every 10 choices.
Edited by pomor - 12/4/15 at 12:52pm
post #10909 of 13736
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Originally Posted by pomor View Post

Wow. That Havana in your photo looks hideous. Maybe it's the picture quality, but the pattern is loud -- and not in a good way. It's the kind of pattern my grandmother's kitchen table oilcloth would have back in the old country.

And what is that country? My grandma would also have something similar in my country :-)
BTW, do not underestimate grandma tastes.
post #10910 of 13736
Check this one out from their French site -- on the fence about this one as a suit, but would wear as an odd jacket http://statics.suitsupply.com/images/products/Suits/zoom/Suits_Brown_Check_Havana_P4745_Suitsupply_Online_Store_1.jpg
post #10911 of 13736
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There's is in fact now suitsupply in LA. A small area in the Beverly center Bloomingdale's. I only noticed a couple things that weren't online, like above 3 piece havana

 

 

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/havana-brown-check/P4703I.html

 

It is online (Gone from the UK/EU selection it seems). I don't like it much though, a bit too loud and not in the way I like.

 

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Originally Posted by pomor View Post

Check this one out from their French site -- on the fence about this one as a suit, but would wear as an odd jacket http://statics.suitsupply.com/images/products/Suits/zoom/Suits_Brown_Check_Havana_P4745_Suitsupply_Online_Store_1.jpg

 

Might work as an odd jacket but looks a bit strange as a suit to me. Trousers could be worn separately nicely.

post #10912 of 13736
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http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/havana-brown-check/P4703I.html

 

It is online (Gone from the UK/EU selection it seems). I don't like it much though, a bit too loud and not in the way I like.

 

 

Might work as an odd jacket but looks a bit strange as a suit to me. Trousers could be worn separately nicely.

 

It is online.  I didn't realize they were the same at first.  It is interesting being in store.  A lot of the stuff looks very similar to online and some stuff looks completely different.

post #10913 of 13736

It looks like United States GOP candidate Ben Carson wears Suitsupply.  This is surprising to me.  I'm not posting this to spark a political conversation.  I just thought it was interesting.

 

http://www.politico.com/story/2015/10/kgb-carsons-well-suited-214519​

post #10914 of 13736

Hello everyone, anybody bought this jacket and may share some pictures? Any impressions on how it really feels/looks would be very much appreciated as I'm contemplating purchasing it. I'm interested in a blue versatile jacket with a nice texture, not very dark that could be worn at semi-formal events more or less all season except hot summer days.Thanks!

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/jackets/hudson-blue-birds-eye/C908.html?cgid=Jackets

Jackets_Blue_Birds_Eye_Hudson_C908_Suitsupply_Online_Store_1.jpg Jackets_Blue_Birds_Eye_Hudson_C908_Suitsupply_Online_Store_4.jpg 

post #10915 of 13736

Yes! I was eyeing that jacket as well. Not sure about the lapels gap, wish it was a tighter, but could be it looks differently in the wild.

post #10916 of 13736
Guys I am in desperate need of assistance.


- Only sport coat I own is from Lands End Canvas, and it is a 38R

- I'm looking for a more casual suit, specifically with little to no shoulder padding (My shoulders are already significant so I'm picky about this)

- I was about to pull the trigger on Havana Navy Plain, but then it seems it may be too short for me.. should I just get a tall size?

- I was thinking about the Lazio, but worried about the shoulder padding (Again I'm super picky)

- Which of the two should I spring for if I'm looking for more business casual? Thanks!
post #10917 of 13736
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Originally Posted by budgetmaster. View Post

Guys I am in desperate need of assistance.


- Only sport coat I own is from Lands End Canvas, and it is a 38R

- I'm looking for a more casual suit, specifically with little to no shoulder padding (My shoulders are already significant so I'm picky about this)

- I was about to pull the trigger on Havana Navy Plain, but then it seems it may be too short for me.. should I just get a tall size?

- I was thinking about the Lazio, but worried about the shoulder padding (Again I'm super picky)

- Which of the two should I spring for if I'm looking for more business casual? Thanks!

Try the Hudson in both a R and L length if you can. I think it will work much better than a Lazio. There is too much padding in the shoulders in the Lazio although I do prefer the button placement.
post #10918 of 13736
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Try the Hudson in both a R and L length if you can. I think it will work much better than a Lazio. There is too much padding in the shoulders in the Lazio although I do prefer the button placement.

The jort has a lower button position too. Lazio is a suit. There is a reason they don't make lazio sport coats.
post #10919 of 13736
I know that it's been discussed earlier, but what is the general consensus on the Sienna jackets? Originally, Sienna's weren't on my list of jackets I would have considered, but at the price point of $300 for a red line, I thought it might be worth it. Plus, the fabrics seemed really nice. The things I don't like are the ticket pockets and the flap pockets. Makes it seem more like more of a suit jacket in my opinion. Do people really wear jackets like this as Blazers or sport coats? Thanks everyone.

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/jackets/sienna-blue-faux-uni/C818I.html?cgid=Jackets
post #10920 of 13736

 

Got my brown Havana today. The picture is a pretty good representation of the fabric/colour.

 

The fabric barely creases at all considering the amount of linen, it must be the silk and wool preventing the linen from doing its usual shenanigans.

 

As for the colour and texture, it could definitely be worn year-round, but I have yet to see how it feels in hot or cold temperatures.

 

The suit seems to be pretty versatile too, each of the three pieces can be worn separately with ease.

 

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I'm keeping this one, if you have any questions about the suit feel free to ask.

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