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post #13441 of 13736
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Originally Posted by Michael81 View Post

God damn it.

I agree with the gentlemen above.

Hey, you know what though, I have a few outfits that I like less now than I did just a year ago (Jacket too short, shoulders look funny, etc.) However, I try to keep in mind that 99% of the people out there would NEVER notice.
post #13442 of 13736

It bothers me, though.

post #13443 of 13736

I just bought this in a 98:

 

 

Aaaaand rebought this, also in a 98 (because of the same divot problem):

 

 

I hate you all.

post #13444 of 13736

Michael, how tall are you, if you don't mind? I ask because I see a lot of tall guys having problems with jackets being too short.

post #13445 of 13736
I'm 1.88m. But in my opinion the shoulders of that jacket are a much bigger problem than the length.
post #13446 of 13736
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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post
 

The shoulders on the havana are wider and the sleeves are almost always considerably longer. The chest on the two measures about the same on the ones I have. The Sienna jacket seems longer but only slightly so. The main difference in how they fit is due to the construction. The Sienna is much more structured and has a light shoulder padding, the Havana has none. FWIW I have decided that the Havana doesn't look very good on me. I have a slightly dropped right shoulder that is usually hardly noticeable, but in the Havana seems to stand out more.

 

Thank you!

 

The Havana fits me well and I've always been meaning to try out the Sienna as I like the styling.

 

Narrower shoulders might work, and I have long arms so I'll probably need to lengthen the sleeves.

post #13447 of 13736

Am I the only one unable to select a trouser size when browsing the "Design your own suit" section? No matter what combination of fabric, fit and jacket size I dial in, the trouser sizes are un-clickable, as if they weren't available. 

 

Speaking of which, has anyone on SF tried the "Design your own suit" section? Fabric selection isn't to die for, but as least you can order a jacket and size up the trouser, which is nice! 

post #13448 of 13736
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Originally Posted by ShawnBC View Post

Am I the only one unable to select a trouser size when browsing the "Design your own suit" section? No matter what combination of fabric, fit and jacket size I dial in, the trouser sizes are un-clickable, as if they weren't available. 

Speaking of which, has anyone on SF tried the "Design your own suit" section? Fabric selection isn't to die for, but as least you can order a jacket and size up the trouser, which is nice! 

It might be malfunctioning.

Their IT people are doing something funky to the website since, like, Thursday.

First, I can't update my shopping basket (it resets). Then, the division into winter vs. summer is now deleted.

Further, the site loads 2-3 times out of 10 attempts.

Does anyone know what 'demandware' means? (It's in the URL when I click on us.suitsupply.com). This is when it doesn't load. I whitelisted ads blockers for the site just in case with no positive outcome.



In the meantime, I am waiting for this coat to show up for ordering! (Although my gripe with Vicenza fit is that it is about 3 inches short for my liking...)
post #13449 of 13736
Can anyone tell me if one can adjust sleeve length on the Merano fit coat much easier since sleeves are cuffed?

post #13450 of 13736
Yes it is possible to shorten them
post #13451 of 13736

Trying to pick between 3 suits - the Havana, Lazio and Hudson. Was able to try on the Havana in my size at the store and surprisingly found the armholes very tight. Wasn't an issue with my Napoli or Sienna. Sizing up solves that but it throws off the other proportions. Does anyone know if the Lazio and Hudson have similarly slim armholes? Anyone else find the armholes tight in any other fits? 

post #13452 of 13736

Any advice on these two lazio suit sizes? They are sizes 36R and 34R. The 36R fits well on the body and trouser are good. The 34R is slightly tighter so i'm not sure if it's suppose to be that slim. Both sleeves are way to short in my opinon. Do you guys think it's fixable through alterations? I also don't want the buttons to look that off on the sleeves. 

36R


34R

post #13453 of 13736
Suit2go: you _definitely_ need to go with a Long. Even if you could extend the sleeves, the buttons would be waaay too far from the edge of your jacket cuff.
post #13454 of 13736
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Originally Posted by Kimistry View Post

Suit2go: you _definitely_ need to go with a Long. Even if you could extend the sleeves, the buttons would be waaay too far from the edge of your jacket cuff.

Wouldn't that cause everything else to be too long? Including the length of the jacket. 

Sadly, most of their lazio suits don't have a 36L. 

post #13455 of 13736

It doesn't even look like the SuitSupply website carries 36L in the US.  The long sizes usually offer a slightly slimmer chest and waist and the trousers also have a higher rise.  You must have tough proportions to fit.

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