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post #3616 of 7527
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Originally Posted by Horenste View Post

Does anyone have the code for the suitsupply outlet site?

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/outlet


How did I not know about this?
post #3617 of 7527
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How did I not know about this?

 

I need the code too! :slayer:

post #3618 of 7527
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How did I not know about this?

 

 

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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post
 

 

I need the code too! :slayer:

 

It turned out to be only for Dutch customers, at least at the moment.

post #3619 of 7527
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Originally Posted by Easts View Post

Curious to know what sort of material is left in SS tousers to be taken down? I've read a few posts which indicate they may come unhemmed? or is this instore only? or am I dreaming that up? I note the sleeves can only be taken down so much due to the functioning button holes.

I'm 201cm and 105kg (6ft 7 / 230 lbs) and can rarely get a suit off the rack in Australia and have had MTM in the past (not cheap in Australia), but looking to save a few dollars this time round. Have ordered 3 suits in varying styles to see which fit is best (take advantage of the free return if required).

Chocsosa - hopefully you see this, as I've seen in one of your posts you are 6ft 8?

Thanks all.

Hey Easts..sorry for the late reply..I have found the pants are long enough for me and I have very long legs.. not enough for a cuff..(which never happens with RTW).. but enough for a plain hem that covers the shoe..I have only purchased the Napoli suits but have tried on the Sienna and a Washington half..the Sienna was too short for my tastes and the Washington half fit well off the rack but I had to size up for my frame (6"8 250lbs)..the Napoli was the best fit for me.. the pants fit well too.. but I have very skinny legs for my size..skinny legs, smaller waist, and very broad shoulders and chest..hope this info helps..

post #3620 of 7527
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Originally Posted by JDMills View Post

Ok quick question, whats the most relaxed fit, Napoli or London (of all the fits) i mean

Very similar, the London might be a tiny bit more roomy. The main difference is the slightly lower button stance (not even an inch) and the more heavily padded shoulders on the London.
post #3621 of 7527

I find the London more "relaxed" with the chest space and drape from the shoulders, plus the high trousers.

 

Napoli on me off-the-rack is just a bit boxy and the arms are much wider than on the London. The trousers are slimmer too.

post #3622 of 7527
I've only tried on the Napoli and Sienna fits and the Sienna seemed to fit me better. What does everyone think about the Washington's lapels? I personally feel like they are too wide, especially for someone who is really skinny like me. I need a new suit for job interviews and this will be my first suit.
post #3623 of 7527
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I've only tried on the Napoli and Sienna fits and the Sienna seemed to fit me better. What does everyone think about the Washington's lapels? I personally feel like they are too wide, especially for someone who is really skinny like me. I need a new suit for job interviews and this will be my first suit.

 

I'm very thin too - I love the lapels on my Washington for that very reason. They do make more of a statement than if the suit were exactly the same but with notch lapels, but the suit is by no means ostentatious; go for it. Mine is this one - http://eu.suitsupply.com/en_GB/suits/washington-blue-plain/P3484.html - it's really not shiny as it appears on the site.

post #3624 of 7527
Thanks Chocsosa. Much appreciated. Have ordered each of those fits you mentioned so will see how they go.
post #3625 of 7527
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Originally Posted by EEWithoutStyle View Post

I've only tried on the Napoli and Sienna fits and the Sienna seemed to fit me better. What does everyone think about the Washington's lapels? I personally feel like they are too wide, especially for someone who is really skinny like me. I need a new suit for job interviews and this will be my first suit.

 

I'm very thin too - I love the lapels on my Washington for that very reason. They do make more of a statement than if the suit were exactly the same but with notch lapels, but the suit is by no means ostentatious; go for it. Mine is this one - http://eu.suitsupply.com/en_GB/suits/washington-blue-plain/P3484.html - it's really not shiny as it appears on the site.

Thanks for the feedback, I'll be sure to try it on. I'll be looking for one in a dark charcoal.

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post #3626 of 7527
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Originally Posted by EEWithoutStyle View Post

I've only tried on the Napoli and Sienna fits and the Sienna seemed to fit me better. What does everyone think about the Washington's lapels? I personally feel like they are too wide, especially for someone who is really skinny like me. I need a new suit for job interviews and this will be my first suit.

 

I just picked up my washington in a med grey and I like the look. it’s my first peak lapel and its something a bit different. I cant find the color on their site, but im pretty sure it’s the same as this one http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/napoli-grey-plain/P3457I.html?start=5&cgid=Suits grey VBC 110s

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post #3628 of 7527
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Thanks for the feedback, I'll be sure to try it on. I'll be looking for one in a dark charcoal.

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Hi EE,

 

I have the Washington and I love the suit, but I wouldn't recommend it as a first purchase or for job interviews.  You want people to notice you, not your suit.

A standard notch lapel suit in a solid navy or grey should be your first purchase as these suits have a lot of versatility and are always office appropriate.  Peak lapels are by tradition more elegant and formal, but fashion designers are always trying to make everything formal into something casual, even the tuxedo (dinner suit).  If you have the cash and love the Washington, I'd say pick it up along with one of the other notch lapel suits.

Good luck on your interviews!

post #3629 of 7527
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post
 

Do somebody own this suit? Does IRL is that shiny?

 

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/washington-blue-plain/P3484I.html?start=27&cgid=Suits&start=0&sz=66&srule=PriceAsc

 

I do not own the suit, but did see it at the store. I would say its more bright than shiny, if that makes sense.

post #3630 of 7527
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Does anyone know how the black tuxedo (http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/tuxedo-black-plain/P1109AE.html) fits? It seems like one of the most correct black-tie options out there.

i took the same size in the tux as i did in other things. the tux is nice. i got lots of compliments on it when i wore it.
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