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post #11851 of 12440
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Originally Posted by pomor View Post

Wave 3 of the spring rollout today

Added quite a few suits and lots of new knitwear


Most of the stuff I like is impractical.  I do like the light gray wool/silk/linen lazio, though.  That one seems like a good year rounder here in socal.

post #11852 of 12440
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Originally Posted by pomor View Post

Wave 3 of the spring rollout today

Added quite a few suits and lots of new knitwear

 

Is there any way to see this newest batch only?

post #11853 of 12440
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Originally Posted by nttdocomo View Post
 

 

Is there any way to see this newest batch only?


I only noticed a gray stripe sienna that they brought back from last year and a brown linen half lined hudson.  There is no way to just see newest additions.

post #11854 of 12440

I picked it up in the EU for around $100 last year. Definitely worth it at that price.

post #11855 of 12440
Yeah, I just practically memorized their selection and I check a couple of times a week. As soon as they release a new batch, I Immediately can pick out all the new additions.

Perhaps, also what helps me is I save all the suits and combos I personally like as hi-res images into my photo album for later reference or inspiration.
post #11856 of 12440
Really sad I missed out on this bodywarmer last year:
http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/coats/light-grey-bodywarmer/BW021.html?cgid=Coats

Think something like this will come back this year? I saw some on their website but they are double breasted.
post #11857 of 12440
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Originally Posted by pomor View Post

Damn, is this too expensive for what it is? http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/coats/grey/BW040I.html?cgid=Coats

I'm tempted to get that also. Just wish it was single breasted. Price wise, it seems ok.
post #11858 of 12440

^Me too. I plan to get one soon. The color is really nice. Not too expensive I think.

post #11859 of 12440
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Originally Posted by Kimistry View Post

Really sad I missed out on this bodywarmer last year:
http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/coats/light-grey-bodywarmer/BW021.html?cgid=Coats

Think something like this will come back this year? I saw some on their website but they are double breasted.

I have one and it's green houndstooth which is fine for the country but here in the UK someone hilarious said:

 

Them: "Are you going pheasant shooting? haha!"

 

Me: "Only if you dress up as a pheasant"

 

which made a few people smile :)


Edited by nttdocomo - 2/14/16 at 8:48am
post #11860 of 12440
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Damn, is this too expensive for what it is? http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/coats/grey/BW040I.html?cgid=Coats

This doesn't strike me as a very versatile piece, so I'd say not worth it.

It appears to be padded/quilted, so too bulky to wear as a waistcoat. Which means it's dedicated to being worn as outerwear. I don't see wearing a cotton-linen DB vest often - too hot in the summer, and not something I'd reach for casually when headed out the door...
post #11861 of 12440
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Originally Posted by nttdocomo View Post
 

I have one and it's green houndstooth which is fine for the country but here in the UK someone hilarious said:

 

Them: "Are you going pheasant shooting? haha!"

 

Me: "Only if you dress up as a pheasant"

 

which made a few people smile :)


Maybe it's a British thing, but I don't get why it would be attributed to pheasant hunting. Just because it looks like a vest? 

post #11862 of 12440
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Originally Posted by Kimistry View Post


Maybe it's a British thing, but I don't get why it would be attributed to pheasant hunting. Just because it looks like a vest? 

I work somewhere with a completely casual dress code, so wearing a tie stands out and gets lots of comments.

It's green houndstooth, which looks very countrified here, and we are quite close to lots of shooting hotspots. When people go shooting, they wear lots of greens and browns. I'll show a photo of this when I'm next at my computer.
post #11863 of 12440
aside from it being or not being for hunting who would want to wear one of those? Its pretty ugly tbh. Vest in general are eyesore imo.

How would one wear it? If too cold to wear a shirt without a jacket where a full jacket, vests make things too busy
post #11864 of 12440
Can anyone here comment first-hand on the difference between the Havana and the Hudson?  The Hudson seems fuller in the chest/arms, and the lapels appear to be a bit wider, both of which would be welcome changes.
 
I have two linen Havanas, which I've decided are really better suited to a lankier build than my own, and I'm considering selling them this Spring to buy a summer Hudson.
post #11865 of 12440
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Originally Posted by thefoxtooth View Post


Havana has the same fit with Hudson , it all ends up to the wider lapel of Hudson and its patch pocket on the chest. It's clearly just a matter of personal choice. I used to like Hudson more than Havana and got me 2 items, though lately I think that Havana looks a bit more classy as a suit. Hudson is more versatile as seperates (fabrics assist that too ) Havana lapels are thinner than Hudson's but they aren't exactly "thin". Like I said, it all ends up to personal taste or set up for your wardrobe
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