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post #1636 of 7514

I'm looking for a navy SC, as I need more staple items for my wardrobe. I'd like to wear it year round, so which one would be better?

 

Havana Blue Plain:

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/jackets/jacket-blue-plain-havana-c542/C542,en,pd.html?start=6&cgid=Jackets

 

Havana Navy Plain:

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/jackets/jacket-navy-plain-havana-c540/C540,en,pd.html?start=20&cgid=Jackets

 

Italia Blue Plain:

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/jackets/jacket-blue-plain-italia-c478/C478,en,pd.html?start=24&cgid=Jackets

 

Havana Blue Plain 2

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/jackets/jacket-blue-plain-havana-c509/C509,en,pd.html?start=46&cgid=Jackets

post #1637 of 7514

If you want a traditional navy blazer, SS doesn't really have it. The Havana style has patch pockets and a very short length. The Italia is cotton which isn't a year round fabric for most people.
post #1638 of 7514

Thanks, do you know where I can get one for a similar price?

post #1639 of 7514
Apologies in advance for the crappy iPhone pics into an antique/scratchy mirror. I just received this Havana Blue Plain linen jacket:

http://us.suitsupply.com/jackets/jacket-blue-plain-havana-c542e/C542E,en_US,pd.html?start=9&cgid=Jackets

I'm usually a 37/38R and this is a 38R. Other than the long sleeves (my shirts sleeves are a little short too), any thoughts on fit? Pants are Epaulet Rivet chinos so rise is low too.



post #1640 of 7514
Im wondering about the Washington shoulders, is it much padding? Which suits have minimal/none padding?

1.Sienna
2.Jort
3.Copenhagen
4.Havanna

Napoli has a big junk of padding so i had to return it.
post #1641 of 7514
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Originally Posted by lagsun View Post

Apologies in advance for the crappy iPhone pics into an antique/scratchy mirror. I just received this Havana Blue Plain linen jacket:
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http://us.suitsupply.com/jackets/jacket-blue-plain-havana-c542e/C542E,en_US,pd.html?start=9&cgid=Jackets

I'm usually a 37/38R and this is a 38R. Other than the long sleeves (my shirts sleeves are a little short too), any thoughts on fit? Pants are Epaulet Rivet chinos so rise is low too.




Looks pretty good to me.
post #1642 of 7514
If anyone was wondering what SS ties look like knotted, I'm wearing one in this picture (under a SS Napoli suit jacket).

post #1643 of 7514

That tie looks great!

post #1644 of 7514
Debating buying one of these Havana navy's. Still not sold on the high button stance. Fit pics above look good, though.
post #1645 of 7514
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Originally Posted by TM79 View Post

Debating buying one of these Havana navy's. Still not sold on the high button stance. Fit pics above look good, though.

The high button stance is keeping me from buying more Havana jackets. That's a shame, because construction & fabric selection is really nice.
post #1646 of 7514
My biggest issue with the Havana is that it is quite short. The button stance doesn't bother me, and it isn't that much different from the Lazio. Anyway, just found out that the tax man is giving me some money back, so I am in the market again smile.gif I am considering trying a Sienna this time, as I need a staple grey suit in my rotation, and the best SuitSupply-choice in that colour seems to be Sienna. A bit worried that the 130 wool is too fragile, but I will only wear it once a week max...
post #1647 of 7514
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Originally Posted by steffenbp11 View Post

My biggest issue with the Havana is that it is quite short. The button stance doesn't bother me, and it isn't that much different from the Lazio. Anyway, just found out that the tax man is giving me some money back, so I am in the market again smile.gif I am considering trying a Sienna this time, as I need a staple grey suit in my rotation, and the best SuitSupply-choice in that colour seems to be Sienna. A bit worried that the 130 wool is too fragile, but I will only wear it once a week max...

ha, I am also waiting for my tax return ;-)

Sienna 130S is not fragile, I have the blue birdseye Sienna and it is awesome.
post #1648 of 7514
Quote:
Originally Posted by lagsun View Post

Apologies in advance for the crappy iPhone pics into an antique/scratchy mirror. I just received this Havana Blue Plain linen jacket:

http://us.suitsupply.com/jackets/jacket-blue-plain-havana-c542e/C542E,en_US,pd.html?start=9&cgid=Jackets

I'm usually a 37/38R and this is a 38R. Other than the long sleeves (my shirts sleeves are a little short too), any thoughts on fit? Pants are Epaulet Rivet chinos so rise is low too.




Looks nice. I was wondering about the fabric since I am thinking in buying this jacket. Does it feel "quality"? How much does the jacket creases?
post #1649 of 7514
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Originally Posted by Galix View Post

Looks nice. I was wondering about the fabric since I am thinking in buying this jacket. Does it feel "quality"? How much does the jacket creases?

Fit and feel was nice. I was expecting the Havana to be slimmer and shorter than my Copenhagen jacket from last year so I was pleasantly surprised with the fit out of the box. I'm about 5' 11" and length seemed pretty good. Can't really tell about creasing yet. I folded it up and put in a shopping bag over night and then took it into San Francisco yesterday to drop off at the tailor to get the sleeves shortened. It wasn't wrinkled out of the bag and the tailor said it reminded him of Brunello Cucinelli.
post #1650 of 7514

Guys, what SC fit most resembles the Napoli? I found it to be quite nice in the shoulders and the overall fit was perfect for me as I have bigger traps/shoulders.

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