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post #13306 of 13759
I don't think SuSu has ever graduated from low rise trousers. The cut has always been slim and low rise. Sad
post #13307 of 13759
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

I don't think SuSu has ever graduated from low rise trousers. The cut has always been slim and low rise. Sad

Well, it depends on what is, for you, "high or low rise". To me SuSu suit trousers sit on top of my hip bones, 3 fingers (more or less) below my navel. That's were I like them, SuSu or any other. So to me they sit quite good...
post #13308 of 13759
Suit trousers, particularly if you're buying a Long size, I've found will be acceptable. For most of their other stuff it seems to be lower-ish rise (some are alright). The low rise combined with a super narrow thigh is a deal breaker on all their casual trousers for me.
post #13309 of 13759
Someone got any photos in the wild of one of their Cardigans in mixture of wool and cashmere?

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/knitwear/green-shawl-collar/SW56704.html

Are you happy with the purchase?
post #13310 of 13759
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Originally Posted by pleatedjeans View Post

Suit trousers, particularly if you're buying a Long size, I've found will be acceptable. For most of their other stuff it seems to be lower-ish rise (some are alright). The low rise combined with a super narrow thigh is a deal breaker on all their casual trousers for me.

Their chinos fit like women's skinny jeans. Ankle opening of less than 7" and super low rise.
post #13311 of 13759
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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post


Their chinos fit like women's skinny jeans. Ankle opening of less than 7" and super low rise.

 

LOL, they're like the cargo pants I bought and gave away... terrible fit...

post #13312 of 13759

In most models I go for a 42R primarily because of the fit of the shoulders and the rise of the trousers. I could probably stand to go down to a 40R, but I'd rather have more room and get them tailored. That said, I did find myself wishing the trousers on my 42s had a slightly higher rise. Generally a minor issue, though.

post #13313 of 13759

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en_GB/waistcoats/grey-waistcoat/W16020802.html

 

This waistcoat is now in stock for anyone that's interested, I've ordered mine already.

 

Will report on the fabric, sounds interesting (Wool Mohair Silk Cashmere).

 

Also the charcoal suit pre-order date got pushed back from 06/09/2016 to 16/09/2016, oh well.

post #13314 of 13759
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Also the charcoal suit pre-order date got pushed back from 06/09/2016 to 16/09/2016, oh well.

 

I called SuSu yesterday to inquire about the date these will ship and was told mid to late October...

post #13315 of 13759

Ordered this overcoat for the Winter:

 

post #13316 of 13759
I just got this overcoat in navy.

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_CA/coats/navy-overcoat/J461I.html?cgid=Coats

I like it but does anyone else notice it's almost a midnight black as opposed to a navy? Not that it's the end of the world but it's "blacker than black".

I can only see blue when up against black items.

Is this the right color or did I get an odd one?


Thanks
post #13317 of 13759
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Originally Posted by MoNum View Post

I just got this overcoat in navy.

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_CA/coats/navy-overcoat/J461I.html?cgid=Coats

I like it but does anyone else notice it's almost a midnight black as opposed to a navy? Not that it's the end of the world but it's "blacker than black".

I can only see blue when up against black items.

Is this the right color or did I get an odd one?


Thanks


A true navy can rather easily be mistaken for black at a distance. I wouldn't consider it an odd colour; a navy coat is quite versatile, thus you should be able to get quite a bit of use out of it. As an alternative, a grey coat is another solid option, like the coat in the post above yours.

post #13318 of 13759
Thanks but in person it looks midnight blue. Even in sunlight it's dark.
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A true navy can rather easily be mistaken for black at a distance. I wouldn't consider it an odd colour; a navy coat is quite versatile, thus you should be able to get quite a bit of use out of it. As an alternative, a grey coat is another solid option, like the coat in the post above yours.



Thanks but in person it looks midnight blue. Even in sunlight it's dark.
post #13319 of 13759
And by odd I meant did suitsupply mess up a batch of coats, not that the color is 'odd'
post #13320 of 13759
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Originally Posted by MoNum View Post

And by odd I meant did suitsupply mess up a batch of coats, not that the color is 'odd'

Perhaps a real picture of your coat would help to clarify the question. The one on the website, is navy blue.
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