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post #5041 of 7569
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Originally Posted by tucker897 View Post

great looking suit!
i know its washington, but what's suit model name?

I'm not aware of a model name. When I purchased it at the Chicago store, I went online and could not find it. Perhaps it was a model sold only the store? Here is the information from the order:


Washington Blue Check
Fit Washington
Color Blue
Fabric Wool Blend by Leomaster (It)
Design Check
Line Purple Line
Product code P3686I24
post #5042 of 7569

Hey all - Does anyone have any experience with the Trento top coat? What's the fit like and how are the sleeves in particular? I'm a 6'2, 180lb, should a 38L fit? 

post #5043 of 7569

Got my Napoli in size 46 today, and unfortunately it won't work for me.

 

The positive:
- Fabric and construction is way better than what you would get for the same price here in Sweden

- Very little collar-gap

- Cut on the jacket was quite nice, slim but not overly so

 

The bad:
- Short sleeves (even shorter than they look on the website)

- Pants were way too large, I could have easily fit in a pair of 44s

(- Would have maybe preferred slightly shorter body-length, but possible I wouln't have minded the length if the above two issues hadn't been)

 

Is it possible the York fit would work better for me, or will I have to look elsewhere for my graduation-suit? 

post #5044 of 7569
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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post
 

Got my Napoli in size 46 today, and unfortunately it won't work for me.

 

The positive:
- Fabric and construction is way better than what you would get for the same price here in Sweden

- Very little collar-gap

- Cut on the jacket was quite nice, slim but not overly so

 

The bad:
- Short sleeves (even shorter than they look on the website)

- Pants were way too large, I could have easily fit in a pair of 44s

(- Would have maybe preferred slightly shorter body-length, but possible I wouln't have minded the length if the above two issues hadn't been)

 

Is it possible the York fit would work better for me, or will I have to look elsewhere for my graduation-suit? 


Hi,

 

the pants on the Napoli are the tightest what Suitsupply has (based on what I read in this thread). If they are too big, don't go to York, at least on in the same size. The Suitsupply web page has the dimension for all their cuts and sizes.

post #5045 of 7569
If suitsupply pants are big on you, you better not skip leg day again!
post #5046 of 7569
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Originally Posted by yoose View Post
 

 

looks like the inches are automatically calculated from the centimeters dimensions and like mrtopcat said they input the inches into the centimeters so the dimensions for the inches are off by 2.54.

But 26.4'' is still too short for any jacket in size XS.

post #5047 of 7569
Does SS NY offer free alterations? The one that recently opened in Toronto requires that you pay for them, which I wouldn't ordinarily have an issue with unless it's free elsewhere.
post #5048 of 7569
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Originally Posted by althanis View Post

Does SS NY offer free alterations? The one that recently opened in Toronto requires that you pay for them, which I wouldn't ordinarily have an issue with unless it's free elsewhere.

It isn't free anywhere.
post #5049 of 7569
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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

It isn't free anywhere.

Interesting. Not sure why I thought so. Thanks.
post #5050 of 7569
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Originally Posted by Aulis View Post


Hi,

 

the pants on the Napoli are the tightest what Suitsupply has (based on what I read in this thread). If they are too big, don't go to York, at least on in the same size. The Suitsupply web page has the dimension for all their cuts and sizes.

 



Yeah, my Napoli pants are extremely slim. For the La Spalla and Lazio models, I had to have them taken in at the waist and seat. The Napoli were just right at the waist, but the thighs are so tight that I feel like I will rip them open just by sitting down. That, along with the jacket being too roomy, make the Napoli the most oddly-proportioned suit (at least in my mind).
post #5051 of 7569
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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

If suitsupply pants are big on you, you better not skip leg day again!

Spoken like the Austrian Oak! fistbump.gif
post #5052 of 7569
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Originally Posted by TheTukker View Post
 
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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

If suitsupply pants are big on you, you better not skip leg day again!
 
Spoken like the Austrian Oak! fistbump.gif

 

:lol:

 

Exactly. 

 

post #5053 of 7569
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Originally Posted by Dingusberry View Post
 

But 26.4'' is still too short for any jacket in size XS.

you can’t look at the picture for how they measure. It shows a measurement that would be consistent with measuring a dress shirt, but some of them are actually sleeve lengths. It is not consistent at all. In this case it looks like 26.4" is the sleeve length measured form the shoulder as opposed to from the back of the neck.

post #5054 of 7569
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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

If suitsupply pants are big on you, you better not skip leg day again!


Just makes you wonder what kind of dude is the target for Napoli... leg days not popular in the Netherlands?

post #5055 of 7569
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Originally Posted by Aulis View Post
 


Just makes you wonder what kind of dude is the target for Napoli... leg days not popular in the Netherlands?

the kind of dude who also prefers his button stance between his nipples, apparently. 

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