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post #4111 of 6106
It's hard to tell much about the material from the picture, but order it and see. Returns are the easiest of any online retailer I've used. They include the return label in the package, and you can even schedule a UPS pickup through the SS site. Your card will generally be credited a couple of days after they receive the return.
post #4112 of 6106

Well I saw it while sitting in class and they had 2 pieces in 34.  By the time I got home they were sold out...

post #4113 of 6106

Just scored another suit. They added some new ones today:

 

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/soho-light-grey-plain/P3553.html?vpid=P355322

post #4114 of 6106
How does the Jort flanells compare to, say, pt01? I can get them both for the same price
post #4115 of 6106
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Originally Posted by sns23 View Post

That is not the slimmest cut. Go to the website. It describes all the cuts.

 

Whats slimmer than Washington that offers Navy suit? I dont see any offerings on the site

post #4116 of 6106
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Originally Posted by SloopyNoob View Post
 

Just scored another suit. They added some new ones today:

 

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/soho-light-grey-plain/P3553.html?vpid=P355322

I wish they would add more jackets...

post #4117 of 6106
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Whats slimmer than Washington that offers Navy suit? I dont see any offerings on the site

 

Jort, if the blue is navy enough.

post #4118 of 6106

The suit that I ordered 2 weeks ago (Nov. 14) has finally landed in the U.S. -- pretty much the same timeframe whenever I order something from Europe.

post #4119 of 6106

Hello everyone,

This is the first time I'm posting here, but I've been following this thread for more than one year.
 

I would like to hear your opinions on the Suitsupply coats. What's the quality like? Is it comparable to the quality of their suits?

Since this coat will be my first coat, I consider a normal blue/navy coat. Suitsupply offers two blue/navy coats. The one is a normal wool coat http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/coats/blue-coat/J248.html?start=1&cgid=Coats
The other one a cashmere coat http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/coats/blue-coat/J246.html?start=14&cgid=Coats

As you will notice, there is a difference in price. The wool coat costs 259 euro, the cashmere one 499 euro.

Which of these two coats is the best according to the price and the value?
 

 


I'm really looking forward to your opinions! Thanks!

 

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Originally Posted by JeffG View Post
 

Hello everyone,

This is the first time I'm posting here, but I've been following this thread for more than one year.
 

I would like to hear your opinions on the Suitsupply coats. What's the quality like? Is it comparable to the quality of their suits?

Since this coat will be my first coat, I consider a normal blue/navy coat. Suitsupply offers two blue/navy coats. The one is a normal wool coat http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/coats/blue-coat/J248.html?start=1&cgid=Coats
The other one a cashmere coat http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/coats/blue-coat/J246.html?start=14&cgid=Coats

As you will notice, there is a difference in price. The wool coat costs 259 euro, the cashmere one 499 euro.

Which of these two coats is the best according to the price and the value?
 

 


I'm really looking forward to your opinions! Thanks!

 

 

The sleeve length off both coats are really short....

post #4121 of 6106

Does Suit Supply have or make any Suits that have Fabrics similar to the "porous air breeze friendly" high twist Wools: Fresco / Finmeresco / Crispaire/ Cool Breeze ? 

post #4122 of 6106
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The sleeve length off both coats are really short....


Yep that's something I also noticed, but I think that a tailor can easily adjust the sleeve length. Does anyone has another opinion?

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A coffin shaped box from Chicago arrived this morning. Crappy light, but it is a blue check.

I love the fabric and color.
The peak lapel is out of my comfort zone. But, I'm willing to try.
This is a short. And in this model, a SS "short" is short! However, my derriere is completely covered, and that's what really matters.
It fits perfectly and comfortably in the shoulder/chest.
In the store, the waist in the trouser was too roomy. Their alteration made it a wee bit snug. Of course, today is the day after Thanksgiving. shog[1].gif

Another coffin arrived, too, this time with a Havana.


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Edited by clarinetplayer - 11/29/13 at 10:12am
post #4124 of 6106

^Congrats! They look good on you. Please post photos of the Havana. :thumbs-up:

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^Congrats! They look good on you. Please post photos of the Havana. thumbs-up.gif

Thanks! I just tried them on right out of the box to see what they looked like.
I visited the store just last Thursday. Alterations and shipping happened super quick.
I was pleased with the good service in the store. The Chicago store has a penthouse. Cool!

I wish that I had done more homework before visiting the store--which was by chance. It was right around the corner from my hotel. I did not know that this thread--with its gazillion posts--existed until a day ago. I only entered the store because Holdfast recently donned a SS Soho. "Well, if Holdfast thinks highly of SS, maybe I should...."

On a good day, I am 5'7". The sales person felt that I should wear the short. I now realize that the lengths of the different models varies. Perhaps, in the Washington, I might feel more at home in a regular. The Washington short model does cover my butt, so I'm OK. I know that there is a love/hate relationship with the peak lapel. I felt that the darker blue/grey check softened the "surprise" of the peak. For an OTR, the rear sides of the coats are clean and neat--better than some MTM that I have.

The Havana would work well as an odd coat with blue or grey trousers, too.

I picked up some nice wool neck ties and bow ties to go with the suits.

Can't argue about the price.
Edited by clarinetplayer - 11/30/13 at 7:21pm
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