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post #1306 of 6892
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Originally Posted by hookem12387 View Post

beowolf, I can double check when I get home, but I think 33 is correct. I didn't have to alter them at all, and I'm a 32 or 33. Again, Ill double check, but I think there's some room to let out the waist.
Has anyone found any of their sportcoats to be warm? I really don't have much cold weather gear, as we don't really get much cold weather down here, but 1 sportcoat at suit supply prices would be nice.

thanks
post #1307 of 6892
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Originally Posted by plittell23 View Post

looking for a bit of advice...in the market for a navy blue stripe suit...i'm torn between these two, any thoughts?

http://us.suitsupply.com/suit-blue-stripe-lazio-p3414i/P3414I,en_US,pd.html?start=2&cgid=Suits

http://us.suitsupply.com/suit-blue-stripe-sienna-p3396i/P3396I,en_US,pd.html?start=28&cgid=Suits

I feel like the sienna might be a bit too aggressive. I work in a somewhat conservative environment.

I have the pinstripe navy napoli and love it. Also, this is one of the few suits available in separates. I got the 38R jacket and the pants that usually come with the 40R.

http://us.suitsupply.com/suit-navy-pinstripe-napoli-p1105-jd/P1105-JD,en_US,pd.html?start=39&cgid=Suits
post #1308 of 6892
Jusf fyi:

I ordered the navy SOHO DB.
http://www.suitsupply.com/jacket-navy-plain-soho-c503/C503,en,pd.html?start=1&cgid=Jackets
Fabric is a lot nicer than shown on their website.
It is pretty think but has a nice and soft touch.

It runs rather larger, so I got the wrong size unfortunately (40L). I think a 38R would do it for me, but is sold out...

I think I will have to wait for their SS 13 collection now...
post #1309 of 6892
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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

Well, going for MTM would seem to be the best way.
Really none of the other cuts fitted you?

only their 34r size fits me

but they only do 34r for MTM. The MTM base model jacket fits me perfect in that size, so I don't want to waste 1k on minor tweaking. I'm hoping they just release more 34R sizes in the spring. Also I was only in NYC for a short time.
post #1310 of 6892
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Originally Posted by cwoodson View Post


I have the pinstripe navy napoli and love it. Also, this is one of the few suits available in separates. I got the 38R jacket and the pants that usually come with the 40R.
http://us.suitsupply.com/suit-navy-pinstripe-napoli-p1105-jd/P1105-JD,en_US,pd.html?start=39&cgid=Suits

Agreed. The Navy Pinstripe and the Grey Pinstripe are the only two suits available in separates. 

post #1311 of 6892

I am thinking of ordering one of these: http://www.suitsupply.com/jacket-blue-plain-havana-c516/C516,en,pd.html?start=9&cgid=Jackets

 

(while sizes are available!)

 

I am 1,80m, about 70kg, chest 38 in. and cannot decide whether I will buy a size 46 or 48. Is the fit of the jacket really skinny?
 

post #1312 of 6892
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Originally Posted by Falgrim View Post

I am thinking of ordering one of these: http://www.suitsupply.com/jacket-blue-plain-havana-c516/C516,en,pd.html?start=9&cgid=Jackets

 

(while sizes are available!)

 

I am 1,80m, about 70kg, chest 38 in. and cannot decide whether I will buy a size 46 or 48. Is the fit of the jacket really skinny?
 

 

Do what everyone does, buy both sizes and return the one you don't like (if you can afford it)

post #1313 of 6892

I tried on a few suits the other day and found that the lazio  fit me the best. I am a little disappointed at the lack of traditional colors for the lazio fit though, with the "true blue" being the closest thing they have to navy (http://us.suitsupply.com/suit-blue-plain-lazio-p3429i/P3429I,en_US,pd.html?start=5&cgid=Suits&prefn1=fit&prefv1=Lazio). Does anybody have pictures of this suit in the wild? Would this suit be conservative enough for a normal office environment? Thanks!

post #1314 of 6892

Just received a havana jacket, what do you guys think, a keeper?

 

 

 

It might be just a little tight in the waist, the back looks pretty bad but mayby that's because the vents are stitched. What do you guys think? The sleeves should maybe be shortened a bit. 

post #1315 of 6892
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Originally Posted by TheSuit View Post

Just received a havana jacket, what do you guys think, a keeper?

It might be just a little tight in the waist, the back looks pretty bad but mayby that's because the vents are stitched. What do you guys think? The sleeves should maybe be shortened a bit. 

 

I have that jacket too. Being the holidays I haven't had a reason to put it on a critique the fit too much but when I do I'll post some pics. As you say I think yours is a little tight in the waist and can be let out a bit. Hard to tell re the back due to the vents but top half looks ok. It's interesting SS pitch this as a shorter jacket/style but mine is far from being too short and yours looks pretty much the same as mine.

post #1316 of 6892
So here are two pretty crappy pics of the SOHO jacket.
How do you guys think it is? (Sleeves obv. too long)


post #1317 of 6892
Here are two better shots



This is a 40L. I think a 38L oder even R would be better.
post #1318 of 6892
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Originally Posted by cwoodson View Post


I have the pinstripe navy napoli and love it. Also, this is one of the few suits available in separates. I got the 38R jacket and the pants that usually come with the 40R.
http://us.suitsupply.com/suit-navy-pinstripe-napoli-p1105-jd/P1105-JD,en_US,pd.html?start=39&cgid=Suits

 

got this suit just past week as well.  great fit.  no clue about suits, but i went out to a store on the forum's recommendation, got this suit and couldn't be happier (for the money i think i got a great deal).

 

 

 

anyone have any thoughts on their other stuff?  dress shirts, socks, belts, etc?

post #1319 of 6892
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Originally Posted by Falgrim View Post

I am thinking of ordering one of these: http://www.suitsupply.com/jacket-blue-plain-havana-c516/C516,en,pd.html?start=9&cgid=Jackets

(while sizes are available!)

I am 1,80m, about 70kg, chest 38 in. and cannot decide whether I will buy a size 46 or 48. Is the fit of the jacket really skinny?

 

You should probably go for a 90 or 94. I am 3-4 cm taller and 5-6 kg heavier than you and wear a 98.
post #1320 of 6892
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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

Here are two better shots


This is a 40L. I think a 38L oder even R would be better.

I like the overall jacket lengthbut agree the 38 may be slightly better in the shoulders. Not bad overall.
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