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They actually sell those trousers as a separate (but with side adjusters). Surprisingly nice, but definitely a tad on the bold side. I ended up returning them. 

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It was mentioned that there were 2 Soho models that were added but I'm only seeing the gray Reda 110s model. Anyone with details on the second?
Love the Soho fit, I have a very similar gray Soho from around 3 seasons ago that gets a lot of work.
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Originally Posted by h3ro View Post

It was mentioned that there were 2 Soho models that were added but I'm only seeing the gray Reda 110s model. Anyone with details on the second?
Love the Soho fit, I have a very similar gray Soho from around 3 seasons ago that gets a lot of work.

No, I also only see one Soho model... and I don't actually like that grey, but really like Soho fit.
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Originally Posted by h3ro View Post

It was mentioned that there were 2 Soho models that were added but I'm only seeing the gray Reda 110s model. Anyone with details on the second?
Love the Soho fit, I have a very similar gray Soho from around 3 seasons ago that gets a lot of work.

 

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Originally Posted by mbaltazar View Post


No, I also only see one Soho model... and I don't actually like that grey, but really like Soho fit.

 

It was a blue/navy pinstripe Soho but was only released on the American website, I looked for it just now but it seems to be gone, it was probably quite popular and sold out fast in all sizes.

 

The same happened to the double-breasted camel coat I wanted, it completely sold out in around 2 days and was removed from the website.

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Did anyone order this green Havana wool/silk jacket? 

 

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/fr/jackets/havana-vert-uni/C1017.html?cgid=Jackets

 

Any feedback and RL pictures would be highly appreciated.

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Hi guys, quick question. I think I have read here a couple of times that SuSu accepts returns on "design your own suits", is that so?? I am really considering this as an option given that I really like how jackets fit me but I can't pull the trousers suits come with... so maybe I can get the jacket in one size and then trousers two or three sizes bigger and then have the waist taken in if needed... what do you think? Too risky?
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I also recall that return theme on Design your own suits.

 

If they really do accept returns I don't see why it would be risky. They are for sure "standard" suits with odd sizing combinations...

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I can confirm they do accept returns. I returned the one I bought.
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Originally Posted by MrTopCat View Post

It was a blue/navy pinstripe Soho but was only released on the American website, I looked for it just now but it seems to be gone, it was probably quite popular and sold out fast in all sizes.

The same happened to the double-breasted camel coat I wanted, it completely sold out in around 2 days and was removed from the website.

Actually the blue pinstripe Soho had plenty of sizes left yesterday morning, then later that night it just disappeared. It will very likely come back since that exact same thing happend with the grey Soho I bought the day before. It had plenty of sizes when I checked the previous night then it was just gone later and I only seem the blue pinstripe left.

Luckily for me I kept checking to see if it would come back and it did. I figured the double breasted is not that popular in the US.
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I ordered the Jort Blue Plain in Cashmere Silk

http://ca.suitsupply.com/en_CA/jackets/jort-blue-plain/C883I.html?cgid=Jackets

but unfortunately it did not have that level of pleating in the shoulder as shown on the website. Nice fabric though.
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I ordered the Jort Blue Plain in Cashmere Silk

http://ca.suitsupply.com/en_CA/jackets/jort-blue-plain/C883I.html?cgid=Jackets

but unfortunately it did not have that level of pleating in the shoulder as shown on the website. Nice fabric though.
Pictures!
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Originally Posted by mbaltazar View Post
 

I also recall that return theme on Design your own suits.

 

If they really do accept returns I don't see why it would be risky. They are for sure "standard" suits with odd sizing combinations...

 

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Originally Posted by Michael81 View Post

I can confirm they do accept returns. I returned the one I bought.
 
 
Thank you both. I thought it would be risky to buy a pair of trousers a couple of sizes bigger then to find out I can't have the waist taken in as much as needed and have SuSu tell me "sorry, we don't accept returns for this items" :facepalm:
 
I will however ask a sales rep or something before pulling the trigger... I still have time because I want a new suit for febuary or march and I am still debating whether to go with SuSu or go to a local tailor... 
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Originally Posted by jtorres94 View Post


Actually the blue pinstripe Soho had plenty of sizes left yesterday morning, then later that night it just disappeared. It will very likely come back since that exact same thing happend with the grey Soho I bought the day before. It had plenty of sizes when I checked the previous night then it was just gone later and I only seem the blue pinstripe left.

Luckily for me I kept checking to see if it would come back and it did. I figured the double breasted is not that popular in the US.

 

It's hard to pull off that double breasted look in an American work setting, unless you work at a design agency or in fashion.  Frankly most people think you just look weird.  It's better to be used for non work occasions.  For European work culture maybe it's not as big of an issue.

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Originally Posted by Notreknip View Post

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.

To me it's too casual. Great as separates. Definitely a winter fabric.
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Originally Posted by ultramantaro View Post

It's hard to pull off that double breasted look in an American work setting, unless you work at a design agency or in fashion.  Frankly most people think you just look weird.  It's better to be used for non work occasions.  For European work culture maybe it's not as big of an issue.

Yea that's why I believe they stopped selling the Soho in the US for a bit, I completely understand what you're getting at. I don't think you look odd just definitely more formal so I can see why you would feel out of place in many settings.

Unless you're around older gentleman that still tend to prefer the double breasted, which is my situation, I can see many people avoiding it.
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