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Originally Posted by tdude View Post

I took advantage of the sale price and ordered the blue soho jacket. Been scared to try them out because the measurements don't seem like a match for my bodytype. Typically I need 19" for shoulders, and my chest measures 43 so I need at least 45 for a slim fit and 46-47 for some comfort. To go up to a 19 on the soho, would give put me at their size 44, with the chest toward the larger size at almost 47. I decided to try the 42 instead, and I think it works. Fits my shoulders well even the product measurements list 18.5 for shoulders. My guess is the natural shoulder with a fuller sleeve head is why. Anyway, just another long explanation for why the listed measurements didn't actually forecast which size would work for me. Really just had to try it on. I'll post pics and ask for feedback from you guys soon.

Would y'all consider the Havana to be essentially the SB version of the soho? Or at least the nearest to it?

In sport coats, yes.

post #3002 of 6914
Thanks
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Here's the Napoli Grey Faux Uni (34R) that I just bought:

 

 

 

They loaned me the tie to help try on the suit, and I liked it so much that I bought it too. The blue stripes are silk, and the grey is cotton: brilliant.

post #3004 of 6914
Great fit!
post #3005 of 6914
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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

Great fit!


Thanks! I have now donated all of my size 38R Joseph A. Bank suits to charity.

post #3006 of 6914
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Originally Posted by coldsalmon View Post

Here's the Napoli Grey Faux Uni (34R) that I just bought:

Fits very well. You should buy several more.
post #3007 of 6914
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Originally Posted by CousinDonuts View Post


Fits very well. You should buy several more.


I actually got the same suit in navy last month, and I liked it so much that I went back to get the grey yesterday. The only quibble I have is that the sleeves might be a smidge short, even when they lengthen them all the way, but other than that it's great.


Edited by coldsalmon - 8/17/13 at 3:05pm
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I'm looking to purchase a Soho sport coat and am wondering what the shoulder with is for size 40US (50EU) and 42US (52EU)?

 

Also, the sport coat I'm looking for is not available at their EU based website, but at their US based website, although the price differs (€199 vs. $349). Does anybody have any experience with their services if the item you require is out of stock at the website? Are they flexible by sending you the desired size from their stores? I've read that some of you have managed to get them to send you the desired size from their stores when they've been unavailable at the webpage. So, how do you do, what do you say and who do you contact in order to facilitate this?

 

Thanks in advance.

post #3009 of 6914
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Originally Posted by DonRaphael View Post

I'm looking to purchase a Soho sport coat and am wondering what the shoulder with is for size 40US (50EU) and 42US (52EU)?

Thanks in advance.

Whenever looking for the shoulder measurements of a jacket in a said model, refer to those of the suit (should it not exist, the customer service is your safest bet).

In your case, you should be able to find what you're looking for under the Suits section.
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Originally Posted by coldsalmon View Post

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Here's the Napoli Grey Faux Uni (34R) that I just bought:

 

 

 

They loaned me the tie to help try on the suit, and I liked it so much that I bought it too. The blue stripes are silk, and the grey is cotton: brilliant.

 

 

 

any chance you can take a photo of it under natural lighting + close up shot of the wool?

post #3011 of 6914
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Originally Posted by sliq View Post

 

any chance you can take a photo of it under natural lighting + close up shot of the wool?

Sure, I'll do that when it arrives; probably in the second week of September. The Faux Uni fabric looked really weird to me on the website, but it just looks like a regular grey suit in person at the store. You have to get really close to see the white thread.

post #3012 of 6914
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Originally Posted by coldsalmon View Post

Sure, I'll do that when it arrives; probably in the second week of September. The Faux Uni fabric looked really weird to me on the website, but it just looks like a regular grey suit in person at the store. You have to get really close to see the white thread.

terrific. thanks for that.

post #3013 of 6914
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Originally Posted by emiristol View Post

also, does SS periodically release new styles throughout the season, or is what we see on the website at the moment all we're going to get?

They will get new stuff in throughout the season.
post #3014 of 6914
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Originally Posted by DonRaphael View Post

I'm looking to purchase a Soho sport coat and am wondering what the shoulder with is for size 40US (50EU) and 42US (52EU)?

Also, the sport coat I'm looking for is not available at their EU based website, but at their US based website, although the price differs (€199 vs. $349). Does anybody have any experience with their services if the item you require is out of stock at the website? Are they flexible by sending you the desired size from their stores? I've read that some of you have managed to get them to send you the desired size from their stores when they've been unavailable at the webpage. So, how do you do, what do you say and who do you contact in order to facilitate this?

Thanks in advance.

Contact the customer service. They will sort you out. They have measurement charts for all the models and sizes. Not sure about the EU/US thing but if they have your size in a store, they will ship it to you. Just email them.
post #3015 of 6914

Hadn't really noticed it before, but these trousers look very nice, side tabs and all.

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