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post #11266 of 13742
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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.


Could probably turn a profit even.  I see used suitsupply suits on eBay go for over $300 on auctions.

post #11267 of 13742

Uh, I can give my general impression, I guess:

 

Soho: Best fit on me, medium-ish height rise, quite a lot of room for hips.

Copenhagen (also know as "Porto" trousers). Lower waist, tighter in the hips.

Lazio: Higher then Copenhagen, about the the same in the hips.

Washington: Somewhere in between in Soho and the others, medium-high rise, but less room then Soho.

Napoli, Havana etc: No experience.  

post #11268 of 13742
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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 so much for this :)

 

Doubt I can import from US in any case, but this is very useful.

post #11269 of 13742

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/jackets/madison-burgundy-plain/C778I.html?vpid=C778I04

 

Opinions? ANyone have this? Could this be dressed down and worn nearly like a peacoat due to the fabric and color or would that be difficult to do here?

post #11270 of 13742

Managed to order this brown Soho through a proxy (family friend). Will probably take a while to get here though.

 

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/c_suits/soho-brown-birds-eye/P3674.html

 

 

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Originally Posted by pmestrad View Post
 

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/jackets/madison-burgundy-plain/C778I.html?vpid=C778I04

 

Opinions? ANyone have this? Could this be dressed down and worn nearly like a peacoat due to the fabric and color or would that be difficult to do here?

 

I wouldn't try to wear it as a peacoat, but it definitely could be dressed down as the fabric looks quite rough/textured. I like it.

 

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Thanks.  I can't believe all the $200 dbs.  I just picked up this one.  I impulsively bought the first one I liked thinking they'd all be gone in two minutes.

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

A non-Suitsupply picture of that suit which I saw on Instagram (http://www.instagram.com/mr.anderssons) a while back:

 

post #11271 of 13742
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Originally Posted by MrTopCat View Post
 

Managed to order this brown Soho through a proxy (family friend). Will probably take a while to get here though.

 

Lucky - do you wear the same size in this as lazio/napoli?

post #11272 of 13742
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Originally Posted by nttdocomo View Post
 

 

Lucky - do you wear the same size in this as lazio/napoli?

 

Same size as my other suits, but I have never tried a Napoli before.

 

I have the fits: Hudson, Havana, Madison, Soho, Lazio, all in size 32. Minimal tailoring (usually just leg length) needed for those.

 

A Washington in size 34 too which is big in the shoulders and needed to be tailored in other areas (I was inexperienced when I bought it). Size 32 in Washington fits me much better.

post #11273 of 13742

Thanks for the info.

post #11274 of 13742
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Originally Posted by fieldofdreams View Post
 


Thanks.  I can't believe all the $200 dbs.  I just picked up this one.  I impulsively bought the first one I liked thinking they'd all be gone in two minutes.

 

 

Love the suit!! And there one on my size. Too bad I can't buy from them... I tried and then when I register, my shopping cart changes to what I have "in storage" from the EU website :(

post #11275 of 13742
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Originally Posted by MrTopCat View Post
 

Managed to order this brown Soho through a proxy (family friend). Will probably take a while to get here though.

 

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/c_suits/soho-brown-birds-eye/P3674.html

 

 

 

I wouldn't try to wear it as a peacoat, but it definitely could be dressed down as the fabric looks quite rough/textured. I like it.

 

 

A non-Suitsupply picture of that suit which I saw on Instagram (http://www.instagram.com/mr.anderssons) a while back:

 


I saw the linen windowpane at an open house here in LA. Then like 3 months later I saw the guy on million dollar listing again, wearing it again.  I really wanted it when I first saw it.  I'm happy to have got it for the price I did.

post #11276 of 13742
In terms of structure, can anyone compare the Hudson to Soho or Havana? Hudson have more or less structure?
post #11277 of 13742

When I switch to the USA and click on their Outlet link, just to see what's there I am asked to enter some CODE? Trying from EU.

 

post #11278 of 13742
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Originally Posted by Nikola View Post
 

When I switch to the USA and click on their Outlet link, just to see what's there I am asked to enter some CODE? Trying from EU.

 


BETHEFIRST

post #11279 of 13742

Thaaanks! Some amazing deals there! Anyone willing to proxy to EU?

Any info if the Europe will have the Outlet store soon?

post #11280 of 13742

Lol, nvm.Things are literally disappearing in my size as I browse through the shop. Hope some of you guys in US are lucky enough to acquire your size. The prices are simply unreal.

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