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post #3421 of 7225

 

This is the one suit that caught my attention on the website...

post #3422 of 7225
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Originally Posted by Mr Engineer View Post
 

 

This is the one suit that caught my attention on the website...

 

This suit's soft, lose weave requires a bit of extra reinforcement, so we've added a small amount of polyester in a common process that adds strength and structure, while making the suit lighter and more durable.

post #3423 of 7225
I wasn't planning on buying it; but was curious to see what it looked like on the site.

But yeah, noticed the polyester.
post #3424 of 7225

The Linen Soho jacket is now off the website.

post #3425 of 7225
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post

I wasn't planning on buying it; but was curious to see what it looked like on the site.

But yeah, noticed the polyester.

The poly in this suit came up in an earlier discussion. "A little" for suit supply apparently means something in the order of 30%
post #3426 of 7225
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Originally Posted by 400 Degreez View Post
 

Has anyone noticed the size dimensions for certain fits vary on different suits? For Example, most Lazios in size 36R have a 30in waist in the pants. But some 36 Lazios have a 32.3 waist in the pants. Is this an error or does it just depend on the suit?

 

 

They said it's an error on the website. All Lazios 36R have pants 30in waist.

post #3427 of 7225

Oddly, the standard drop on SS suits seems to have changed sometime in the last year. When I bought a 42R Sienna last year, it came with 34" trousers. Now, according to the US website, it comes with 37" trousers. I emailed SS support, and got this answer:

 

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The drop on our regular sizes is 6. So a size 42 should have a 36 waist trouser, but in the case of the Sienna the trousers are slightly more accessible so they have a 37 inch waist.

 

The trousers can be taken in by more than 2-inches, but via the 3-seams, which is a very complex and costly alteration.

 

I would suggest our Blue Line option, where you can mix-match the trousers, and choose from over 60 fabrics.

 

I'm wondering if they switched the size advisor charts from displaying vanity sizing in the trouser waist to actual measurements. 


Edited by katabatic - 9/30/13 at 2:55pm
post #3428 of 7225

Hi Guys,

 

I'm looking for the Soho DB Wool/Linen suit in cream when it goes on clearance.  Has anyone in the EU seen it at the outlets?  I would be interested in picking one up from you if it's at a significant discount.

 

Thanks!

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So, I received this Sienna, and it looks very different from the pictures: http://eu.suitsupply.com/suits/suit-blue-check-sienna-p3048/P3048,en_GB,pd.html?start=22&cgid=Clearance&prefn1=isClearanceActive&prefv1=true

 

Only the vertical lines of the check are visible, it looks a little odd. You can only vaguely see the horizontal lines in very bright light. I believe someone else on here ordered it as well. What do you guys think?

 

AppleMark

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Not diggin' the fabric from that picture, Monkeyface.
post #3431 of 7225
Originally Posted by simple80t View Post
 

I'm looking for the Soho DB Wool/Linen suit in cream when it goes on clearance.  Has anyone in the EU seen it at the outlets?  I would be interested in picking one up from you if it's at a significant discount.

 

My only advice: try it on in person first; the fabric is quite sheer. I had to return it because I just found it a bit too see-through.

 

Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post
 

So, I received this Sienna, and it looks very different from the pictures: http://eu.suitsupply.com/suits/suit-blue-check-sienna-p3048/P3048,en_GB,pd.html?start=22&cgid=Clearance&prefn1=isClearanceActive&prefv1=true

 

Only the vertical lines of the check are visible, it looks a little odd. You can only vaguely see the horizontal lines in very bright light. I believe someone else on here ordered it as well. What do you guys think?

 

I agree with you; I do not think it looks particularly nice. Not dreadful, and the low price compensates to some degree for narrow utility. But no, not a fan.

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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

Not diggin' the fabric from that picture, Monkeyface.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post
 

 

My only advice: try it on in person first; the fabric is quite sheer. I had to return it because I just found it a bit too see-through.

 

 

I agree with you; I do not think it looks particularly nice. Not dreadful, and the low price compensates to some degree for narrow utility. But no, not a fan.

 

It's a much darker blue irl, but the horizontal lines are nearly invisible. It's very different from the pictures on the website. I think I'll return it.

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Which cut should I be looking at for a slim fit suit that's not TOO 'fashiony' and slim?
post #3434 of 7225
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Originally Posted by Blown01NJ View Post

Which cut should I be looking at for a slim fit suit that's not TOO 'fashiony' and slim?

 

I would check out the Napoli and the Lazio.  
 

post #3435 of 7225
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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post
 

So, I received this Sienna, and it looks very different from the pictures: http://eu.suitsupply.com/suits/suit-blue-check-sienna-p3048/P3048,en_GB,pd.html?start=22&cgid=Clearance&prefn1=isClearanceActive&prefv1=true

 

Only the vertical lines of the check are visible, it looks a little odd. You can only vaguely see the horizontal lines in very bright light. I believe someone else on here ordered it as well. What do you guys think?

 

AppleMark

 

take some photos of it in natural light. it'll give a true'r' indication of what it looks like to us.

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