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Originally Posted by Gosroth View Post

I could easily spend a thousand bucks on the outlet selection this time around, but I´m in Europe at the moment.

Curious to see if we´ll see a euro outlet opening, never think we´ve had US only outlet before. It´s not open to Holland either.

Lots of stuff I want to have from US outlet, but prices are sky high. Hopefully the outlet opens in Holland fast with similar stuff.
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I think mostly they seem high to us as the dollar is damn high to the euro at the moment. Discounts are not as deep as previously (most of the stuff is 50% rather then 70%), but then again, the selection is far greater. 

 

Anyways, US outlet is obviously based on US stock, that is everything that´s left over from US stores. EU outlet selection will be quite different (if it even opens).

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Is there a general consensus in sizing between napoli and copenhagen? X in napoli = x in copenhagen?

Thanks
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I really want to pull the trigger on the red linen havana sc.  seems like a risky move though.

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Originally Posted by charliebrown2 View Post

Is there a general consensus in sizing between napoli and copenhagen? X in napoli = x in copenhagen?

Thanks


I wouldn't order a Copenhagen from the outlet, because I've never tried one on.  In the video it says to try it in two sizes and return the one that doesn't fit.  That's not really an option here.

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Yes,

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Originally Posted by charliebrown2 View Post

Is there a general consensus in sizing between napoli and copenhagen? X in napoli = x in copenhagen?

Thanks

 

Yes, they do differ dramatically. 

 

I can wear Havana size 34 which is a decent fit. Napoli 34 is clearly too large for me in both chest and shoulders, while Copenhagen is too small, tight in the shoulders and around the hips.  

 

I would add 2 sizes to my Napoli size to get my size in Copenhagen. Check the measurement tables on their website, it gives a pretty accurate picture of the differene between the fits.  

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Can anyone comment on Napoli to Havana, and Napoli to Soho/Madison?

 

I have a Napoli 40R which fits perfectly; 40R in Havana might be too tight, 42R might be too baggy in the chest relative to shoulder.

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Originally Posted by fieldofdreams View Post


I wouldn't order a Copenhagen from the outlet, because I've never tried one on.  In the video it says to try it in two sizes and return the one that doesn't fit.  That's not really an option here.

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Originally Posted by Gosroth View Post

Yes,

Yes, they do differ dramatically. 

I can wear Havana size 34 which is a decent fit. Napoli 34 is clearly too large for me in both chest and shoulders, which Copenhagen is too small, tight in the shoulders and around the hips. 

I would add 2 sizes to my Napoli size to get my size in Copenhagen. 

Thanks guys. Sounds like sizing up from napoli is the right call, but how much higher will vary from person to person. Sales being final is too risky for me. Ill pass. Thanks again.
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Napoli vs. Soho: Similar fit in the chest/waist. Napoli perhaps has a tad bit more room in the shoulders (Napoli shoulder more structured, Soho shoulder more natural).

 

Napoli vs Madison: Supposed to fit similar to Soho, yet I find that Madison is slightly less roomy in the chest. Shoulders the same. So less roomy then Napoli overall.

 

Napoli vs Havana: Havana is clearly more slim in chest, waist and shoulders, I would consider sizing up from your Napoli size if Napoli is a close fit for you. 

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Originally Posted by Gosroth View Post

Napoli vs. Soho: Similar fit in the chest/waist. Napoli perhaps has a tad bit more room in the shoulders (Napoli shoulder more structured, Soho shoulder more natural).

Napoli vs Madison: Supposed to fit similar to Soho, yet I find that Madison is slightly less roomy in the chest. Shoulders the same. So less roomy then Napoli overall.

Napoli vs Havana: Havana is clearly more slim in chest, waist and shoulders, I would consider sizing up from your Napoli size if Napoli is a close fit for you. 

Thank you for this. Which models have trousers with medium to high rises?
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There's a few red line shirts.  Thomas Mason fabrics for $75.  Pretty good deal.  I'm passing, but it's still intriguing.

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I picked up two suits in two fits I've never tried :)

 

It worked out for me last time, so fingers crossed. I got a Mercer and a York, both in 38 as is my typical size in most things. I guess I will find out how they fit in about a week!

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I picked up two suits in two fits I've never tried :)

 

It worked out for me last time, so fingers crossed. I got a Mercer and a York, both in 38 as is my typical size in most things. I guess I will find out how they fit in about a week!

 

They are quite different in that York is roomier, and Mercer more close fitting, so if one doesnt fit, chances are the other will. Given SuSu outlet price, you can probably flip the other on the Buy&Sell forum for what you gave.

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Originally Posted by Gosroth View Post

They are quite different in that York is roomier, and Mercer more close fitting, so if one doesnt fit, chances are the other will. Given SuSu outlet price, you can probably flip the other on the Buy&Sell forum for what you gave.

Do you know how the trousers fit for the various models?
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