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post #1756 of 6676
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Originally Posted by radchad3 View Post

Alright, here is the Napoli Jacket.  Judging by the Sienna Jacket I am guessing this is too small as well but please let me know what needs fixed.  The collar has been pinned.  Thanks again!  













Still too tight (upper back as well as chest). There's another problem visible in both suits - dents in the sleevehead, maybe due to square shoulders. Frankly, SuitSupply might not have anything that fits well on you.
post #1757 of 6676
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Originally Posted by radchad3 View Post

Alright, here is the Napoli Jacket.  Judging by the Sienna Jacket I am guessing this is too small as well but please let me know what needs fixed.  The collar has been pinned.  Thanks again!  

 

 

 

 

 

The jacket looks to be too small in general for you. I doubt this is a problem you'll solve by choosing another fit. The sleeves are also too long, though that's a problem more easily rectified.

 

Try taking the next size up, and try the short size while you're at it if you aren't doing so already (or pick the normal if this is the long).

post #1758 of 6676

Thank you guys for the feedback.  I wish I could make the suits work but I am going to have to go up to a 42R or 42S but SS wont let me go with the smaller pants so I am going to look for separates from another brand.  :(  Thanks again for the thoughts!  Chad

post #1759 of 6676
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Originally Posted by radchad3 View Post

Thank you guys for the feedback.  I wish I could make the suits work but I am going to have to go up to a 42R or 42S but SS wont let me go with the smaller pants so I am going to look for separates from another brand.  :(  Thanks again for the thoughts!  Chad


Fixing pants is much easier than jackets. It's pretty easy to slim pants. You never know, you might need more room in the thighs if you squat. I figure you lift, given the size of your chest. 

post #1760 of 6676

I would need a 42 size jacket and that would come with a 36 size pant.  I would need a 32 size pant to fit properly.  Isn't that quite a difference for the tailor to work with?  Maybe not??!!

post #1761 of 6676
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Originally Posted by radchad3 View Post

I would need a 42 size jacket and that would come with a 36 size pant.  I would need a 32 size pant to fit properly.  Isn't that quite a difference for the tailor to work with?  Maybe not??!!


Jesus christ man, you're a drop 10?! My lord!

 

Forget OTR then.

 

SS offer a MTM service, which you might be interested in, but there is probably better MTM out there for the same price point. 

post #1762 of 6676

Well, I did tell the wife that I could quit working out and start eating fast food everyday and then the suit would fit.  She didn't like that idea!  :D


Edited by radchad3 - 3/24/13 at 7:55pm
post #1763 of 6676
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Originally Posted by radchad3 View Post

Well, I did tell the wife that I could quit working out and start eating fast food everyday and then the suit would fit.  She didn't like that idea!  :D


you could try that.. but then it would make the fit worse :D

post #1764 of 6676
Is it still possible to order the Manhattan tuxedo from SS? If not, does anyone have a good alternative?
post #1765 of 6676
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Originally Posted by Displacement View Post

Is it still possible to order the Manhattan tuxedo from SS? If not, does anyone have a good alternative?

 

Is that the midnight shawl collar option that they had only in stores a while back? If so then I am curious about this as well (including good alternatives). I've been looking for something like this for a while with no luck.

post #1766 of 6676
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Originally Posted by Displacement View Post

Is it still possible to order the Manhattan tuxedo from SS? If not, does anyone have a good alternative?

 

It was an in-store exclusive, although I've heard rumors that it may be joining the regular lineup in the fall. I unfortunately don't know of any RTW alternatives that have a similarly robust shawl collar. 

post #1767 of 6676
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Originally Posted by brillopad View Post

Is that the midnight shawl collar option that they had only in stores a while back? If so then I am curious about this as well (including good alternatives). I've been looking for something like this for a while with no luck.

I think it's directly integrated their next F/W collection (as opposed to what it was this past year - an exclusive). Not sure you can still get any now.
post #1768 of 6676
didn't know they had in-store exclusives, damn makes me wish I was closer to a store. just ordered a navy washington and a lazio 3p, keeping fingers crossed about the fit.
post #1769 of 6676
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Originally Posted by katabatic View Post

It was an in-store exclusive, although I've heard rumors that it may be joining the regular lineup in the fall. I unfortunately don't know of any RTW alternatives that have a similarly robust shawl collar. 

Not sure about the quality though
http://www.tmlewin.com/Guiness-Slim-Fit-1-Button-Black-Dinner-Suit/45219B,en_US,pd.html?start=2&cgid=Mens-Suit-Bundles&prefn1=suitType&prefv1=Dinner
post #1770 of 6676

The description mentions a "floatnig chest piece" so I assume that means half-canvassed.

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