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post #13486 of 14293
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Originally Posted by VincentVogan View Post

So I've found a nice Hudson jacket: http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/jackets/hudson-light-brown-plain/C925.html?cgid=Jackets&prefn1=fit&prefv1=Hudson

Turns out, all sizes are out of stock, except for one. So I ask CS if they have any plans of making more of it, given its popularity. They say they won't, at least in my size which is EU44R.

Isn't this strange? It's not winter yet and one of your most popular jackets of this F/W collection is out of stock and you don't plan on making more. Or is this jacket from last year's F/W collection?

Given the color and being half lined it wouldn't surprise me if it was from the last S/S collection. A lot of suits also transitioned for the past to the actual collection...
post #13487 of 14293
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Originally Posted by mbaltazar View Post

Given the color and being half lined it wouldn't surprise me if it was from the last S/S collection. A lot of suits also transitioned for the past to the actual collection...

It's from F/W '15
post #13488 of 14293
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Originally Posted by Jeroen Vriend View Post


It's from F/W '15

Then it makes sense. Thanks.

post #13489 of 14293

Can anyone tell me about their overcoats? How's the quality? How's the fit? I like this one: http://eu.suitsupply.com/sv/coats/bla-dubbelknappt-rock/J411.html?cgid=Coats&prefn1=materialID&prefv1=Kashmir

post #13490 of 14293
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Originally Posted by ByTheOcean View Post
 

Can anyone tell me about their overcoats? How's the quality? How's the fit? I like this one: http://eu.suitsupply.com/sv/coats/bla-dubbelknappt-rock/J411.html?cgid=Coats&prefn1=materialID&prefv1=Kashmir

Bang for the buck! The DB model is very slim!

post #13491 of 14293
I have a single breasted that hits right below the thigh, I love it, fits on par with their other regular sizes. I wear a 44R and its a 44R, I tried a 46R to wear over a suit coat (which I wear in the washington fit) but I didn't like it (too bulky).
post #13492 of 14293
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Originally Posted by sdfzs View Post


Did you get any better reference to the fabrics then the few details on the web pages?

Does anyone know if the MTO line Washington will have the same exact lapel shape and gorge, and gorge height (as high up on the shoulder)?
post #13493 of 14293
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Originally Posted by Jeroen Vriend View Post
 

Bang for the buck! The DB model is very slim!

Can you provide more color on this?  I, too, am interested in their overcoats--most likely the DB models.  Maybe the camel, maybe the navy, with the wider, peaked lapels.  

 

I have a Sienna navy suit, and it's a 40R, which fits pretty snug.  Would a 40R DB overcoat fit over that, or should I size up to a 42R?  Or would a 42R not even work?  I've tried some manufacturers that size coats to fit like suit jackets--I'm thinking especially J.Crew's topcoats.  So when you say it's very slim--that does concern me.

 

Next question--how warm is it?  What's the weight?  I'm looking for something that will handle a Chicago winter.

 

Finally, has anyone tried the yak coat?  I'm curious as to how warm the yak fibers is.  I've heard it's like merino--light and warm, but potentially warmer?  They have a darker brown one that looks great, and is the same price.

post #13494 of 14293
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Originally Posted by angelescrest View Post

Can you provide more color on this?  I, too, am interested in their overcoats--most likely the DB models.  Maybe the camel, maybe the navy, with the wider, peaked lapels.  

I have a Sienna navy suit, and it's a 40R, which fits pretty snug.  Would a 40R DB overcoat fit over that, or should I size up to a 42R?  Or would a 42R not even work?  I've tried some manufacturers that size coats to fit like suit jackets--I'm thinking especially J.Crew's topcoats.  So when you say it's very slim--that does concern me.

Next question--how warm is it?  What's the weight?  I'm looking for something that will handle a Chicago winter.

Finally, has anyone tried the yak coat?  I'm curious as to how warm the yak fibers is.  I've heard it's like merino--light and warm, but potentially warmer?  They have a darker brown one that looks great, and is the same price.


The one posted earlier this page is fairly warm. I wore it in the upper 20s and was fine last winter. It didn't get much cooler than that in DC last winter.

The weight is on the description online.

No need to size up. It's snug but mine doesn't wrinkle a suit jacket under it and I actually sized down for mine because I wanted it extra slim.
post #13495 of 14293
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Originally Posted by OmniscientCause View Post

The one posted earlier this page is fairly warm. I wore it in the upper 20s and was fine last winter. It didn't get much cooler than that in DC last winter.

The weight is on the description online.

No need to size up. It's snug but mine doesn't wrinkle a suit jacket under it and I actually sized down for mine because I wanted it extra slim.
Helpful thoughts on the sizing. I'm guessing your suit shoulders are unstructured?

Yeah last winter was pretty mild.

I don't see any info on fabric weights on their website, but I am looking on an iPad if it makes a difference.
Edited by angelescrest - 10/7/16 at 2:44pm
post #13496 of 14293
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Originally Posted by angelescrest View Post

Helpful thoughts on the sizing. I'm guessing your suit shoulders are unstructured?

Yeah last winter was pretty mild.

I don't see any info on fabric weights on their website, but I am looking on an iPad if it makes a difference.

Weight is between 15-16 oz.

I'd honestly order your chest size. The sa got me to size down which at the time I regretted but I lost even more weight so it's spot on.
post #13497 of 14293

How are the armholes of their overcoats? I went to try on lots of overcoats(not SS) yesterday, and almost every one that wasn't $1000+ would have to low armholes, resulting in making every movement upwards extremely awkward, like this: http://regent.blogs.com/.a/6a00d8341ca4b653ef010536e49798970b-800wi

post #13498 of 14293
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Originally Posted by ByTheOcean View Post

How are the armholes of their overcoats? I went to try on lots of overcoats(not SS) yesterday, and almost every one that wasn't $1000+ would have to low armholes, resulting in making every movement upwards extremely awkward, like this: http://regent.blogs.com/.a/6a00d8341ca4b653ef010536e49798970b-800wi

High armholes
post #13499 of 14293

If anyone is interested by a proxy from Europe, don't hesitate to contact me via private message. 

 

Prices in Europe are much cheaper compared to US even after taking into account shipping and proxy fees. Thanks !

post #13500 of 14293
Called the Toronto store. One sales persons said they don't have an ETA when peacoats will be in store. I need to replace mine, as I grown out of it
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