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post #11221 of 13759
My jacket did a good job keeping me warm with just a light sweater on. Mid 30s with a wind chill felt like mid 20s.
post #11222 of 13759
Unfortunate about their functional buttonholes restricting the sleeve length reduction alteration.
post #11223 of 13759
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Originally Posted by supern0va View Post
 

 

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hi all, I'm looking at the Washington half-lined grey plain. Does anyone have experience with this suit? Will it be too warm for summer? Thanks!

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/suits/washington-half-lined-grey-plain/P3912.html

 

 

 

I have a similar model but in green - the flannel is hard wearing. definitely too warm for summer, despite it being half lined. I'm from Sydney (25-40 degrees celsius which is 77-104 fahrenheit)

post #11224 of 13759
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Originally Posted by sliq View Post

I have a similar model but in green - the flannel is hard wearing. definitely too warm for summer, despite it being half lined. I'm from Sydney (25-40 degrees celsius which is 77-104 fahrenheit)

Thanks @sliq

I didn't know it was flannel... Are there any Washington half lined that works well for summer? smile.gif
post #11225 of 13759
Good day gents,

I've been reading that shortening the sleeves on ss jackets is complicated as the buttonholes are functional. My question is, would lengthening the sleeves also be complicated? I ordered a dark brown Havana jacket and based on the fit of another Havana jacket that I tried on in store, I need to add about 0.5 inch to the sleeves. Thanks!
post #11226 of 13759
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Originally Posted by Willj View Post

Good day gents,

I've been reading that shortening the sleeves on ss jackets is complicated as the buttonholes are functional. My question is, would lengthening the sleeves also be complicated? I ordered a dark brown Havana jacket and based on the fit of another Havana jacket that I tried on in store, I need to add about 0.5 inch to the sleeves. Thanks!


1/2" isn't a problem.  There will just be a little more distance from the last button to the end of the sleeve than what would be ideal.

post #11227 of 13759

Berg and Berg ties are currently on sale.  I just purchased six shipped for about $230 USD.  Six ties gets you to $250 threshold for free shipping.  10% discount gets you below $250, but they still give you free shipping.

post #11228 of 13759
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Originally Posted by fieldofdreams View Post
 

Berg and Berg ties are currently on sale.  I just purchased six shipped for about $230 USD.  Six ties gets you to $250 threshold for free shipping.  10% discount gets you below $250, but they still give you free shipping.

 

Thanks for the heads-up, way better value than the Suitsupply ties at that price point, even if I pay 8 euros for shipping.

post #11229 of 13759

@fieldofdreams: Thanks for the news on the Berg and Berg ties!  How do you access the 10% discount? 

post #11230 of 13759
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Originally Posted by LoKey View Post
 

@fieldofdreams: Thanks for the news on the Berg and Berg ties!  How do you access the 10% discount? 

 

Use the code bb10xvg at checkout in the coupon field.

post #11231 of 13759

Anyone have an update on the previously mentioned "reliable source" SuitSupply outlet?

post #11232 of 13759
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Originally Posted by bdavro23 View Post
 

Anyone have an update on the previously mentioned "reliable source" SuitSupply outlet?

 

It's open in the US.  

 

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/outlet.html

 

BETHEFIRST

post #11233 of 13759
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Originally Posted by Willj View Post

Good day gents,

I've been reading that shortening the sleeves on ss jackets is complicated as the buttonholes are functional. My question is, would lengthening the sleeves also be complicated? I ordered a dark brown Havana jacket and based on the fit of another Havana jacket that I tried on in store, I need to add about 0.5 inch to the sleeves. Thanks!

It's doable, but will definitely make the distance from end of sleeve to first button longer than normal. So the answer depends on if you're comfortable with that.
post #11234 of 13759
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Originally Posted by jbarwick View Post
 

 

It's open in the US.  

 

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/outlet.html

 

BETHEFIRST

 

I wish for a UK one...

post #11235 of 13759

Congrats America. Loads of nice stuff here. 

 

Keeping fingers crossed for EU outlet opening as well. 

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