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post #10981 of 13739
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Originally Posted by fieldofdreams View Post
 


@MrTopCat wears a 34 I believe.  He wears the Hudson and it looks great.  

 

I wear a size 32, and thank you!

 

 

My only Hudson (from F/W 2014)

 

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Originally Posted by elzarka9 View Post

Thoughts on this Washington? Shoulders seem a tad narrow, not sure if they are or if that's because of the extra padding compared to the lazio. Would that be something that goes away with wear or is it just not for me? (Again, my apologies for the poor picture) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

I see shoulder divots, try sizing up.

 

If the rest of the suit becomes too large you may have to tailor it or try a different cut, it's always best to get the shoulders and chest right first as those are unalterable (or very hard/expensive to alter).

post #10982 of 13739
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Originally Posted by MrTopCat View Post

I see shoulder divots, try sizing up.

If the rest of the suit becomes too large you may have to tailor it or try a different cut, it's always best to get the shoulders and chest right first as those are unalterable (or very hard/expensive to alter).
Yeah I feel the same way. I'm thinking about heading to a SS store tomorrow and try on the 46, but I think the pants may be too large. Will also try on the 3 peice havana from the S/S line.
post #10983 of 13739
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Originally Posted by MrTopCat View Post
 

 

I wear a size 32, and thank you!

 

 

My only Hudson (from F/W 2014)

 

 

I see shoulder divots, try sizing up.

 

If the rest of the suit becomes too large you may have to tailor it or try a different cut, it's always best to get the shoulders and chest right first as those are unalterable (or very hard/expensive to alter).

 

I have very small shoulder divots on my Napoli, but I do love it.

 

 

And I think this is a Lazio...

 

In neither photo is the lighting ideal.

 

I am 6ft2 with a 41 inch chest. I was advised to get the Napoli in 40R, and perhaps 42R would have sorted the shoulder "issues", as I had the 40R taken in at the waist anyway. Trousers also. I had side adjusters put in, and buttons for braces. I love it.

 

I do wonder if a 42R would have trousers requiring too much reduction, though I might get away with it. Perhaps next time.

 

I think with the Washington, and anything with less shoulder padding, I would require a 42. My upper body is a bit too built up for light/unpadded and a super-close fit. 

post #10984 of 13739
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Originally Posted by joman8390 View Post

Does anyone know how the fit of the Brentwood, Oak, and Richmond fit pants compare to the Soho fit pant?

 

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post #10985 of 13739
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Originally Posted by joman8390 View Post

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I know the Brentwood fit is very slim. They are slimmer than any of the suit trousers I own. The only trousers I ever purchased solely as trousers were the Brentwood and jort. Brentwood is also slimmer than jort. I don't know aboutthe other two
post #10986 of 13739

I was looking at pocket squares in the suitsupply store yesterday.  I was very impressed.  Has anyone purchased any of these?

post #10987 of 13739
Yes I have one. There are better options for the price point ss sells them for.
post #10988 of 13739
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Originally Posted by OmniscientCause View Post

Yes I have one. There are better options for the price point ss sells them for.

For example?

 

I like my wool one.

post #10989 of 13739
I ordered 5 from garliardi the other day at 10 a pop. Same exact quality. I usually just snag drakes ones off eBay for still less money then what ss sells them for.
post #10990 of 13739
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Originally Posted by OmniscientCause View Post

I ordered 5 from garliardi the other day at 10 a pop. Same exact quality. I usually just snag drakes ones off eBay for still less money then what ss sells them for.

Thanks for suggestion. I'm going to order some from gagliardi.
Edited by fieldofdreams - 12/13/15 at 9:36pm
post #10991 of 13739
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Originally Posted by OmniscientCause View Post

I ordered 5 from garliardi the other day at 10 a pop. Same exact quality. I usually just snag drakes ones off eBay for still less money then what ss sells them for.


Do you know of a brand that makes ties similar to Suitsupply's, but for less?

post #10992 of 13739
I mean is your biggest concern price point/design&pattern/material ?
post #10993 of 13739

What is the consensus on wearing a different patterned waistcoat under a suit? I plan on wearing it to a wedding, it's not formal or black tie.

I have this Lazio, and I was curious if it would be a good look to pair with either of these waistcoats:

 

post #10994 of 13739
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Originally Posted by OmniscientCause View Post

I mean is your biggest concern price point/design&pattern/material ?

Decent quality ties in seasonal fabrics, like suitsupply does. But I'd like them to be less expensive.
post #10995 of 13739
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Originally Posted by fieldofdreams View Post

Decent quality ties in seasonal fabrics, like suitsupply does. But I'd like them to be less expensive.
Would also like to see some cheaper alternatives to SS. Checked out their ties in store yesterday, they have some awesome patterns but I would really prefer them to be a little wider (3.5" vs the 3.1" width most of them have) and a little cheaper.
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