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Do not buy the SS tux if you are short. I ordered a 38 short and it fit like a tent, probably the biggest 38 ive ever tried on. It's a drop 4 (says it on the pants) which is really weird.

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Im going tomorrow to possibly buy a suit. 

 

Im 6'2 200lb with a 44" chest. Im thinking about getting the Napoli. 

 

Any suggestions?

post #1158 of 6928
I might very well buy this Lazio within the next 48 hours... http://www.suitsupply.com/suit-blue-stripe-lazio-p3410/P3410,en,pd.html?start=2&cgid=Suits&prefn1=fit&prefv1=Lazio

Will be my third SS suit - all Lazio smile.gif
post #1159 of 6928
Looks like they're getting some new products in these days.
post #1160 of 6928
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Looks like they're getting some new products in these days.

source ?
post #1161 of 6928
The website. I seez new stuffz
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Originally Posted by ferragamo2012 View Post

Do not buy the SS tux if you are short. I ordered a 38 short and it fit like a tent, probably the biggest 38 ive ever tried on. It's a drop 4 (says it on the pants) which is really weird.
This is perfectly usual for short sizes in Central Europe.
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Originally Posted by bluesman528 View Post


This is perfectly usual for short sizes in Central Europe.

Why is that? Do short people in Europe tend to be fat or something? It's just strang that the starting short size would run so big. Anyways, its too bad because I love their suits but because of the working buttonholes, buying a regular size would be impossiple for me.

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Originally Posted by ferragamo2012 View Post

Why is that? Do short people in Europe tend to be fat or something? It's just strang that the starting short size would run so big. Anyways, its too bad because I love their suits but because of the working buttonholes, buying a regular size would be impossiple for me.
I am not very tall (172cm) and have the same problem as you, I have a 38 short (24) suit on its way to me right now, but I am afraid that it will be too big. However, with alterations it might work. A 38 regular would fit me perfect, problem is that the sleeves would be too long and as you said, the working buttonholes makes it "impossible" to alter the sleeves lenght as much as wanted.

So if it's way to big, then I'm going to swap it for a 36 and just take it out in the sides and trouser waist.
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Bought a dinner jacket there and was very pleased - no vanity sizing which I appreciate. Tried on a double-breasted and something about that cut I don't like, just slightly too straight through the body, but nothing a tailor couldn't fix.

They need more three pieces though.
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Originally Posted by Rankiz View Post


I am not very tall (172cm) and have the same problem as you, I have a 38 short (24) suit on its way to me right now, but I am afraid that it will be too big. However, with alterations it might work. A 38 regular would fit me perfect, problem is that the sleeves would be too long and as you said, the working buttonholes makes it "impossible" to alter the sleeves lenght as much as wanted.
So if it's way to big, then I'm going to swap it for a 36 and just take it out in the sides and trouser waist.

Hopefully the one you bought is cut differently. The one I tried had 34 in pants! I considered trying a 36 but the sleeves are an inch longer than the 38 short and on the 38 i had to remove about as much as you could get away with without having to shorten at the shoulder. I'm 5'6, 31 in waist, 38in chest.

post #1168 of 6928

has anyone tried this suit from park and bond?

http://www.parkandbond.com/product/152096976

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fuck park and bond!
post #1170 of 6928

ferragamo2012, which suit did you try in 38?

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