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post #3676 of 7165

Their US prices just jumped on some of their Sienna models as well. Some that were $639 yesterday are $699 today (and then there's a couple that are $779. The black Sienna has always been that price, but I think the light grey one just jumped from $639).  

post #3677 of 7165
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Originally Posted by StephenB View Post

Thinking about picking up this bad boy:

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/coats/grey-coat-/J245.html?prefn1=size&start=2&prefv1=36%257C34

The problem is the size adviser doesn't go down to a 34. When I was trying on suits I was between a 34 and a 36 in the jackets. Probably should just play it safe and go 36. Sadly they don't have these in 34's and 36's in NYC.

hey bro that's a good looking pea coat I am looking to get their navy let me know if you end up getting it, I am not sure about their measurement and how it feels. 

post #3678 of 7165
Anyone have a top coat from this season? Thoughts on warmth/ thickness?
post #3679 of 7165

If you buy a suit in the downtown NYC store, is same-day tailoring generally possible if you go on a weekday? 

post #3680 of 7165
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Originally Posted by dapperdoctor View Post

If you buy a suit in the downtown NYC store, is same-day tailoring generally possible if you go on a weekday? 

No.
post #3681 of 7165
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Originally Posted by gambit50 View Post

No.

+1 for most alterations.

If you're just getting some basic alterations done it may by possible though. When I bought my suit there, just had basic hemming and waist take in on the pants, with no alterations to the jacket and they were able to do it in 1 hour.
post #3682 of 7165
A couple of Napoli's changed price on the US site too. Now $469 and $499.
post #3683 of 7165
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Originally Posted by RyanAnderson View Post


+1 for most alterations.

If you're just getting some basic alterations done it may by possible though. When I bought my suit there, just had basic hemming and waist take in on the pants, with no alterations to the jacket and they were able to do it in 1 hour.

Thanks both^.  It's just a pain for me to get there from NJ.  I'd like to avoid 2 trips.  I guess it will depend on the fit.  

post #3684 of 7165

Can't find the solid Navy Washington suit anymore, did they scrap it? 

 

edit: Can find it on the US site, but not EU

post #3685 of 7165

This is the one listed on the UK site:

 

 

It's a Washington Navy/Blue Herringbone, not sure if you consider that to be solid though, and it also has only a limited amount of sizes left.

post #3686 of 7165

Yeah, saw that one too. 

 

I seem to fit Zegna suits (with more structured shoulders) well, how do the Washington Models compare? 

post #3687 of 7165
I haven't followed this thread for a while. Are cuffs still functional?
post #3688 of 7165
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Originally Posted by Dingusberry View Post

I haven't followed this thread for a while. Are cuffs still functional?

 

Yes.

post #3689 of 7165

Oh, maaan. What do you do if the sleeves are too long? Wouldn't shortening the sleeve from the shoulder be too expensive (or not worth it) for Suitsupply jackets?

post #3690 of 7165

This is off-topic. Is there a thread discussing shoes without socks, like the model pictured in this post about SuitSupply? That habit is disgusting! It looks disgusting and it will make your shoes stink to high heaven (unless, do these guys wear low-top socks?). Put on some socks, my man.

 

Jai

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