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Originally Posted by Kroaker View Post

It is a very nice suit, especially if it fits you like you are saying.  Can't go wrong with either navy or gray, but if I had to choose, I'd start with a darker gray.

 

Agreed - I'd go charcoal over navy if it's predominantly for interviews, but either would fit the bill.

post #2672 of 7150
wohoo - just purchased the Grey Havana Jacket in two sizes. I love how they provide free returns/pickups. Ill post pictures when i receive them
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I prefer the lighter color of the first one, however, I'm not very fond of the texture. For interviews, or as a first suit, I would probably go with the second one though. Hope that helps a little :) 

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Originally Posted by Keal19 View Post

Just a quick update, I've had loads of PMs about picking stuff up from the outlet for them. The trip is now planned for Monday and posting items out on Tuesday or Wednesday, so there's a bit more time for you to place your proxy requests!

Is this still on? smile.gif
post #2676 of 7150
How much cheaper are the outlet prices?
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If you just had to get one, I'd vote for the second.
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The lighter color. I think those pants can be worn separately. And maybe the jacket, carefully.

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Originally Posted by CousinDonuts View Post

If you just had to get one, I'd vote for the second.

I pulled the trigger on the darker of the two (second). Will post some fit pics when it gets here
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Anyone here wear their 42R? Per their site thats my size. I am an avid weight lifter, 5'11 Lean 175, 42inch chest, 16ish inch arms. 

 

Want a washington Cut. 

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5'9, 180 pounds, 40" chest, 35", pretty broad shoulders, I was very pleased with the fit of the 42R, although I will say the sleeves are slim, and the armholes high. Still, fit was pretty much spot on for me, with only small issues like sleeves an inch too long, and leg opening needed slimming.
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Originally Posted by flashkobalt View Post

5'9, 180 pounds, 40" chest, 35", pretty broad shoulders, I was very pleased with the fit of the 42R, although I will say the sleeves are slim, and the armholes high. Still, fit was pretty much spot on for me, with only small issues like sleeves an inch too long, and leg opening needed slimming.

Your leg opening needed slimming on a Suit Supply suit? As for fixing the sleeves, the genius of the working cuff buttons is that simple operations like shortening the sleeves may not be able to be done. That is my #1 complaint with SS.
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Originally Posted by Jeffijers View Post

Anyone here wear their 42R? Per their site thats my size. I am an avid weight lifter, 5'11 Lean 175, 42inch chest, 16ish inch arms. 

 

Want a washington Cut. 

 

I am a 42R and own a washington cut. I am about 5'10" 190. Fits well in the shoulders. I had to shorten the sleeves a little(shirt sleeve length is about 33.5") and take it the waist.
post #2684 of 7150
F/W 2013 pre-order is up. Some nice stuff on there, but no "I-need-it-now" item for me yet.
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There are a few interesting things in there that I'd like to try on in person once items arrive in the shops:

 

I've been thinking about a new, bold-striped winter suit for a while, so this one is probably top of my list of things to try on. I'd swap the buttons for dark grey ones though. I also like this jacket, but only if it's more grey than blue. Depending on the exact nature of the fabric & colour, this could possibly be useful too.

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