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post #3631 of 6878
Anyone looking to sell any size 36 pieces? Could use a new suit or two. Thanks!
post #3632 of 6878
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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.

Unless you are interviewing for some crazy hollywood stylist job where it is ok pairing those big peak lapels with a pin dot shirt, white jeans, bright blue or yellow socks, purple suede driving shoes, horn rim glasses, and a Macklemore haircut, I suggest you get something else.

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Originally Posted by JBG89 View Post

Anyone looking to sell any size 36 pieces? Could use a new suit or two. Thanks!

www.suitsupply.com , click on 'suits'.

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post #3633 of 6878
Thanks simple80t and CousinDonuts. That's what I was figuring anyways but I'll still try it on for giggles.
post #3634 of 6878
Here is a slightly closer view of this suit.


This is my first Lazio purchase and I love it. Didn't have to touch a thing on the jacket, and simply hemmed the pants. The fabric looks heavier because the stripe is more chalk than pin, and it has a little texture. But it feels soft and fuzzy. Just sitting around the office I feel a little bit warmer than my other suits. so I'd say it is probably a 3 seasons suit.

Compared to the Napoli, this jacket is a little bit shorter. I probably should get a Long instead of Regular next time.
Edited by CousinDonuts - 10/29/13 at 10:27am
post #3635 of 6878

Hi everyone! Another long time lurker here who finally decided it's time to register :)

 

Been looking for a new suit with a decent price/quality and after going through this thread I ended up ordering a 48R (EU) blue birdseye sienna.
Took almost 10 days but today it arrived. I'm really impressed with the quality, loving the fabric and colour! I think the fit is pretty good too, considering it's OTR.
My biggest concern is the sleeve length. While I do like to show quite a bit of shirt cuff, I'm wondering if this might be a bit too much? Will have the pants hemmed.

 

Anyhow, what do you guys think?

 

Sorry for the bad lightning, I can probably get some better shots tomorrow in daylight if needed. Also sorry for not wearing neither shoes nor a tie, I simply don't have
any available right now.

 

 

 

post #3636 of 6878
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Originally Posted by asd567 View Post
 

Hi everyone! Another long time lurker here who finally decided it's time to register :)

 

Been looking for a new suit with a decent price/quality and after going through this thread I ended up ordering a 48R (EU) blue birdseye sienna.
Took almost 10 days but today it arrived. I'm really impressed with the quality, loving the fabric and colour! I think the fit is pretty good too, considering it's OTR.
My biggest concern is the sleeve length. While I do like to show quite a bit of shirt cuff, I'm wondering if this might be a bit too much? Will have the pants hemmed.

 

Anyhow, what do you guys think?

 

Sorry for the bad lightning, I can probably get some better shots tomorrow in daylight if needed. Also sorry for not wearing neither shoes nor a tie, I simply don't have
any available right now.

 

 

 

It looks like the shoulders are a little small, which causes the divot on both sides. I would agree with you that the sleeves are too short, but otherwise the front is pretty clean. The back shows again the shoulders being too small which explains the horizontal pulling just below the neck. It looks like you have some excess fabric around the waist and lower down from the back too, which could be reduced by getting the half back taken in? (NOT experienced in this btw, just trying to help, others will probably explain better).

 

The website has their models wearing the suits with shoulders too small, so perhaps, for whatever reason, this is the look the brand is going for.. 

 

See: http://eu.suitsupply.com/en_GB/suits/sienna-blue-plain/P3485.html?prefn1=styleFit&start=4&prefv1=Luxury-Sienna and http://eu.suitsupply.com/en_GB/suits/sienna-grey-plain/P3486.html?prefn1=styleFit&start=11&prefv1=Luxury-Sienna for reference. 

post #3637 of 6878

Looking again, I think you have a low left shoulder, which may better explain the diagonal creasing central back. Not sure how you fix that though.. Again someone else will probably chime in with more useful/constructive comments. 

post #3638 of 6878

I regret not buying this jacket.........anyone know how I can get my hands on a 42R

 

 

post #3639 of 6878
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Originally Posted by CousinDonuts View Post

Here is a slightly closer view of this suit.


This is my first Lazio purchase and I love it. Didn't have to touch a thing on the jacket, and simply hemmed the pants. The fabric looks heavier because the stripe is more chalk than pin, and it has a little texture. But it feels soft and fuzzy. Just sitting around the office I feel a little bit warmer than my other suits. so I'd say it is probably a 3 seasons suit.

Compared to the Napoli, this jacket is a little bit shorter. I probably should get a Long instead of Regular next time.

 

I am also looking at a lazio. do you also happen to have a washington fit and could tell me how the two fits compare? they didn’t have my size when I was at the store, so it was a bit harder to do a direct comparison of the same size. 

post #3640 of 6878
Now I know why SuitSupply wasn't shipping to Mexico… because they are opening a store! Saw it today.

If fear that because they are putting the store in Masaryk, they will be in the same street as Zegna, Cucinelli, LV, Gucci, and other stores like that, the prices are going to be high.

Good thing is that if the prices are high, I can go and try out the different fits and order them online and ask somebody to proxy them for me. smile.gif
post #3641 of 6878

Looks a bit tight and short in lenght  also on the sleeves and you need slightly wider shoulders

 

I would definitely size up.

 

 

Side note: A lot of fit pics being posted. With free shipping and free returns - I do not understand why more of you don't order 2 sizes if you are uncertain about your size.


Edited by MikkelM - 10/30/13 at 1:44am
post #3642 of 6878
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Originally Posted by asd567 View Post

Took almost 10 days but today it arrived. I'm really impressed with the quality, loving the fabric and colour! I think the fit is pretty good too, considering it's OTR.

My biggest concern is the sleeve length. While I do like to show quite a bit of shirt cuff, I'm wondering if this might be a bit too much? Will have the pants hemmed.


Yes, lengthen the sleeves. I had that same problem with the Sienna shoulder. I'm not good enough at this to know if it is the size causing this, as others have pointed out, or simply how the shoulder is constructed. When I tried on a 38 Sienna and a 40 last year, both had this same issue. I have pretty square shoulders, and I chalked the dimpling up to it simply not being made for my posture. Maybe post the question in the tailor thread.

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Originally Posted by yoose View Post

I am also looking at a lazio. do you also happen to have a washington fit and could tell me how the two fits compare? they didn’t have my size when I was at the store, so it was a bit harder to do a direct comparison of the same size. 

I don't own a Washington but I have tried a few on in stores. This Lazio and my Napoli's are 38s. I remember the 38 Washington being much trimmer and I would probably size up.

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Originally Posted by MikkelM View Post

Side note: A lot of fit pics being posted. With free shipping and free returns - I do not understand why more of you don't order 2 sizes if you are uncertain about your size.

This.
Edited by CousinDonuts - 10/30/13 at 8:52am
post #3643 of 6878

Has anyone bought/tried on these trousers and has any input on sizing, thigh measurements and so forth? Also, could I hypothetically order 4 different sizes to qualify for free shipping, and then return 3 of them? 

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/trousers/light-grey-trousers/B304.html?start=4

post #3644 of 6878
How do the different fits rank in terms of slimness?

I understand Washington is the slimmest cut, but what comes next?
post #3645 of 6878
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Originally Posted by jayw View Post

Has anyone bought/tried on these trousers and has any input on sizing, thigh measurements and so forth? Also, could I hypothetically order 4 different sizes to qualify for free shipping, and then return 3 of them? 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/trousers/light-grey-trousers/B304.html?start=4

Yeah, you could, but keep in mind it'll take about 30 days before you'll get a refund.
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