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post #13546 of 13740

The Sienna fit - how does it fit? How's the length? How slim is it compared to the other fits?

post #13547 of 13740
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Originally Posted by pomor View Post

Wow, today they added 3 jackets, 2 Soho suits, 3 overcoats and a new waistcoat.

I am grabbing the dark green jacket personally.

The gray Soho suit will probably sell out in a matter of days. $499 Reda. I would have grabbed it except I just bought a Reda gray Havana suit a few weeks ago...

P.S. I knew this was going to be a slow rollout. I mean, they added the first pieces of the collection July 31, and it's now October 11, and they are still adding this year's FW


I also purchased the dark green jacket. Receiving it on Friday. Selling like hot cakes, almost sold out in every size.

post #13548 of 13740

Bloody hell I'd like to get my hands on that Soho - if it was a shade or two lighter I would definitely pull the trigger, but right now I'm not sure is it's a little dark for my purposes.

post #13549 of 13740

@villagepark As others have mentioned, sleeves are way too short. I had a similar experience with my first (and probably last) SC purchase at SS. Tried on a jacket in 36S and everything fit perfectly except for the sleeves which were too short. Had them let out the sleeves (was told by staff there was enough fabric to let out) but turned out there was not enough fabric to get the proper length. So the jacket's been sitting in the closet. I know it's a difficult thing to do, but do the right thing and return it. You'll thank me later!

post #13550 of 13740
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Originally Posted by SpitShine View Post
 

Bloody hell I'd like to get my hands on that Soho - if it was a shade or two lighter I would definitely pull the trigger, but right now I'm not sure is it's a little dark for my purposes.

I'm also thinking about it but I am worried about the wool. I tend to favour tighter weaves for durability and I'm not sure how long the pants would last. I've had bad luck with things like loose herringbone weaves.

post #13551 of 13740
Hi anybody can advise Soho sizing if I wear Napoli 24 Hudson 24 but Havana in 25. Thanks in advance
post #13552 of 13740
How is it possible you wear a size bigger in havana then hudson? Hudson is slimmer then the havana fit.
Edited by Jeroen Vriend - 10/12/16 at 11:23pm
post #13553 of 13740
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Originally Posted by Jeroen Vriend View Post

How is it possible you wear a size bigger in havana then hudson? Hudson is slimmer then the havana fit.

I've found the Hudson to fit looser than the Havana in 38. I have a feeling the problem is probably the aforementioned sizing control.

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They're more-or-less the same in terms of overall slimness in my opinion, but the Havana has narrower arm-holes. In my case that lead to shoulder divots. Sizing up solved the problem.
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Re sizing control: A few nights ago I measured the shoulder width of my SuSu jackets (a Lazio, Havana and Hudson), and they were all a centimeter less than indicated on the site. It might just be that I'm not measuring correctly, but I'm definitely going to take their sizing guide with a pinch of salt in the future.
post #13556 of 13740
It's nice to know there is actually a size control issue and it isn't just me - I've been in a Sienna where I'm basically swimming in a 36S and a Havana where I can barely get my arms in on the same size.
The big fit dilemma I have with them is that a 36 usually fits perfectly but my shoulders are 17.5" and their jackets are a 17.25" on the site. Not sure how the padding affects that measurement. I'm hesitant in case I put on mass from weightlifting on the shoulders. Their armholes run really slim too, would love to know which jackets afford some room there (probably the classic fit ones). The J. Crew Crosby is ideal (with the waist taken in) but the shoulders are a 18.5" (!!)
post #13557 of 13740
Did anyone receive an email from SuitSupply like this, today, from "Travis", my "personal stylist"?


Step 1
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Suitsupply invites you to the Box Office – our new personal styling service via Facebook Messenger or WhatsApp. No commitment, free shipping and returns.
post #13558 of 13740
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Originally Posted by clarinetplayer View Post

Did anyone receive an email from SuitSupply like this, today, from "Travis", my "personal stylist"?

[...]

Not today, but I've gotten such an e-mail from them in the recent past.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

post #13559 of 13740
So just purchased that new grey Soho even though I already have one in a grey stripe coming to me from the Design Your Own Suit Program. I was disappointed because when I visited the store they could not show me the fabric I used for my custom suit, so I guess in the end that's why they offer free returns even on those.

Not sure if it's the wisest decision on their end but I guess they are confident someone will buy the suit down the line if one is ever returned.
post #13560 of 13740
Thoughts on this one as a grey "casual suit"?

http://ca.suitsupply.com/en_CA/suits/havana-grey-pied-de-poule/P3976I.html?cgid=Suits&prefn1=color&prefv1=Grey

I ordered it and I feel it looks borderline too bold. I actually think it looks better on the website than in real life; the pattern reads a bit larger in scale in person.
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