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post #1111 of 6880
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Originally Posted by hookem12387 View Post

Here's a London cut I just got. Pants length has been altered, that's it. For reference, it's a 40L, and I am 6'3 180. I could use a little bit more room in the chest IMO
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Nice! I was considering the London cut. I could use a solid navy suit and I already have two Washington cuts so I could without the peak lapels :)
 

post #1112 of 6880
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Originally Posted by hookem12387 View Post

Here's a London cut I just got. Pants length has been altered, that's it. For reference, it's a 40L, and I am 6'3 180. I could use a little bit more room in the chest IMO
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That fit actually looks pretty good to me. I'm an inch shorter than you but about the same weight. I normally wear a 42L, and would have been hesitant to size down, since SS stuff tends to be a little slimmer-fitting. However, based on this example, maybe a 40L would work.

 

SS is apparently opening a retail location in Toronto soon, which I am looking forward to. I really prefer being able to try stuff on before ordering/buying it.

post #1113 of 6880
Has anyone tried on their single-breast overcoats yet? My finger is itching to pull the trigger, but I really want to make sure it's thicker than their "merano" double-breasted overcoat...
post #1114 of 6880
@ hookem12387: The fit looks pretty good - a bit difficult to make out the true colour though. I am not a big fan of the shoulders on the London, but that is more a question of personal preference. BTW, have you guys noticed that SS have launched a new model, the Spalla ? I don't know if it is just the Jort that has had a name change though.
post #1115 of 6880
I've contacted SuitSupply support for help regarding my size, but he first recommended me size 44... so I would love if anyone from SF could help me instead. I think 46 might be too tight, 48 too long jacket length and jacket sleeves, and that 24 might be too big. My question would really be which size should I pick that would look best after alterations?

Height: 172cm (5,64 ft)
Chest: 95cm (37,4")
Upper waist: 88 (34,6")
Waist (trouser): 87 cm (34,3")


This is me trying a size 46 Suitsupply jacket before any alterations: Question would really be if the shoulder width on 48 and 24 would be too wide?)


post #1116 of 6880
Oh my god at the back...
post #1117 of 6880
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Originally Posted by yywwyy View Post

Oh my god at the back...
I did alter it so it's not like the picture, but I needed to open the side seams, and the middle back seam, which is not advised since the jacket become unbalanced. Which size do you think fits me best?
Edited by Rankiz - 11/22/12 at 6:59pm
post #1118 of 6880
It may just be that this cut, or suit supply in general, is not for you
post #1119 of 6880
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Originally Posted by hookem12387 View Post

It may just be that this cut, or suit supply in general, is not for you
Based on 1 picture? As I said I did take it to the tailor and now it fits good, problem is that if I buy a 46 suit, the pants are 82, and can't be let out to 87.
post #1120 of 6880
Impossible to say without an after-alterations picture. But it is possible, I'm not sure why that would be offensive.
post #1121 of 6880
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Originally Posted by yywwyy View Post

Has anyone tried on their single-breast overcoats yet? My finger is itching to pull the trigger, but I really want to make sure it's thicker than their "merano" double-breasted overcoat...

Anyone? Anxiously waiting! Also tell me if they have a martingale at the back...
post #1122 of 6880
what is a martingale ?
post #1123 of 6880
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Originally Posted by steffenbp11 View Post

what is a martingale ?
Let me google that for you...
post #1124 of 6880

Soho fit --> Comparable to the Napoli?

post #1125 of 6880
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Originally Posted by dufferin1 View Post

Soho fit --> Comparable to the Napoli?

The Soho is slimmer than the Napoli, but a little less slim than the Washington. It would be closer to Washington than Napoli however. Hope this gives you a better idea.
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