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post #3646 of 7597
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Originally Posted by Bexcellence View Post

How do the different fits rank in terms of slimness?

I understand Washington is the slimmest cut, but what comes next?

 

Posted earlier:

 

From tight to loose:
Havana
Washington
Lazio
Soho
La Spalla
Sienna
Sevilla
Napoli

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

Cool, thanks.

post #3647 of 7597
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Originally Posted by Bexcellence View Post

How do the different fits rank in terms of slimness?

I understand Washington is the slimmest cut, but what comes next?

I think the Napoli is the next slimmest.. but not 100% sure. The Sienna is pretty slim, especially in the shoulders, but it's more expensive. 

post #3648 of 7597
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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

I have them. I don't have the measurements right now, but I bought a size 50 (I'm 6'3 185 lbs 32" waist). The waist is a little big but everything else fits great (the fit is very similar to how they fit the model in Mr Engineer's picture above). The fabric is very nice and the legs are unlined as well. I don't know about shipping, but wouldn't you just have to order 2 for free shipping?

post #3649 of 7597
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Originally Posted by jayw View Post
 

 

Posted earlier:

 

From tight to loose:
Havana
Washington
Lazio
Soho
La Spalla
Sienna
Sevilla
Napoli

Cool, thanks.

I was way off.. sorry! 

post #3650 of 7597
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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

 

I've ordered and returned them, too slim for my liking. (and I'm a pretty skinny dude) Would have had to size up and have the waist taken in.

 

I have an older pair of SS flannels (Brescia fit) that fits much better and feels nicer quality wise, they were available in the clearance section a while ago, but might be sold out by now.

post #3651 of 7597
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Originally Posted by Poncho1992 View Post

I was way off.. sorry! 
What about the London?
post #3652 of 7597

First time poster here.

 

I was wondering what type of casual jacket is more slim-fitting; the havana or the copenhagen?

I currently have a havana but even after altering the waist it is still a little bit too wide.

 

Also:

I live in the Netherlands, does anyone know how i could get a code for the online outlet? i don't have that much time to drive to Roermond.

 

Thank in advance.

post #3653 of 7597

Just been told my SuitSupply MTM is ready to be picked up. Getting it on Sunday, then wearing it for a bit before a "second fitting". 

post #3654 of 7597
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Originally Posted by Herrust View Post
 

First time poster here.

 

I was wondering what type of casual jacket is more slim-fitting; the havana or the copenhagen?

I currently have a havana but even after altering the waist it is still a little bit too wide.

 

Also:

I live in the Netherlands, does anyone know how i could get a code for the online outlet? i don't have that much time to drive to Roermond.

 

Thank in advance.

 

I have both a Havana & a Copenhagen suit - the Copenhagen is definitely more slim fitting.

post #3655 of 7597
Went to meet the store here in Mexico, really like some jackets and suits, maybe I'm going to buy a suit next month.

What it's a joke are the tightness of the pants. I tried some 32's and my thighs can fit in them. Haha.

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post #3657 of 7597
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

Went to meet the store here in Mexico, really like some jackets and suits, maybe I'm going to buy a suit next month.

What it's a joke are the tightness of the pants. I tried some 32's and my thighs can fit in them. Haha.

Lol, the problem is your thighs, not the pants! You probably need MTM. SS seems aimed at the slim fit market mostly.

post #3658 of 7597
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Originally Posted by ericH123 View Post
 

Lol, the problem is your thighs, not the pants! You probably need MTM. SS seems aimed at the slim fit market mostly.

 

I know. 

 

400

 

People need to squat moar! :lol:

post #3659 of 7597
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Originally Posted by WhyAlwaysMe View Post
 

Here are 2 new jackets from Suitsupply. They are both RTW with no alterations made.

 

 

700700

Does anyone know what model these coats come from? I'm kind of digging the larger lapels.

 

I guess a good question then is if anyone knows of a suit model that has a Low low buttoning point, traditional length for the coat, 3.5"+ lapels(bit wider than RLBL), and in a drop 7/as suppressed as the RLBL Anthony? Also, high rise trousers to match. I looked through the website pretty extensively and scoured SF for comparisons to diff companies' cuts but can't find enough information. If you have a link to a helpful thread, I'd greatly appreciate it :D 

 

Having looked at a few pics from SF users wearin the suits, is the gorge really that high? In the site's pictures, it looks like Standard height, like on the Fitz, and many other good looking suits. The lapel gorge seems to be maybe a centimeter above the shoulder seam, whereas on my RLBL's and other suits, the gorge is slightly lower than shoulder seam or just in line:

http://images.vogue.it/imgs/sfilate/primavera-estate-13/brioni/collezione/HQ/brioni_011.JPG

I'm afraid that the gorge at that height will become outdated in a few years time.

 

I saw the La Spalla:

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/la-spalla-blue-plain/P3670I.html?prefn1=styleFit&start=3&prefv1=Luxury-La%2520Spalla

 

and like what I can see of it, but I wish it was of the Purple line and thus $500 :/ even if I have to compromise for half-canvas. Does anyone know how accurate the sizing chart in general? How does the sleeve length translate into sleeve length as we are familiar with it in the B&S forum/ebay? The London Cut has a 35" trouser waist in the 42L; this means drop 7 no? If so, how come the coat waist is a tad roomier than that of the La Spalla which has a Drop 6?


Edited by forbritisheyes - 11/2/13 at 12:06am
post #3660 of 7597
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Originally Posted by forbritisheyes View Post
 

Does anyone know what model these coats come from? I'm kind of digging the larger lapels.

 

The navy one is a Washington, and I think the other one is the Havana fit.

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