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post #5176 of 7528
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Originally Posted by mobilenemo View Post

Hi Guys,

I ordered two Napoli in 38S and 40S and two siennas in 38S and 40S. I'm trying to decide which suit fits best to keep and would appreciate fit critique and/or tailoring suggestions. 
The Napoli 40S had the least amount of indents on the upper sleeve where it meets the shoulder. On the other suits, can the indents be fixed by a tailor? What causes it?

For reference, I'm 5'-7", 165lbs, weight lift and am a cyclist. TIA

Of all of them, I like the Napoli 38S.

Perhaps you can let out the seat and waist of the trousers to ease the snugness provided that they have enough material.

Have you tried on the Lazio and La Spalla?
post #5177 of 7528
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Originally Posted by clarinetplayer View Post






This was my first SS suit--a Washington. After I purchased it, I had a real case of "buyer's remorse"--thinking that the peaked lapels and the ticket pocket were just "too much". And that it was shorter than any coat I own. After wearing it for the past 4 months, I've come to like it and feel comfortable wearing it. So much so, that I would consider buying another Washington.


Personally I think there is nothing wrong with peaked lapels at all, I wear them anywhere I'd wear notched lapels. Most people don't even actively realise you are wearing them, and even if they do, it's more interesting to look at than notched lapels, especially the peaked lapels on the Washington suits.

 

SuitSupply does peaked lapels EXACTLY the way I like them.

 

It would be nice however, if there was double-breasted version of the Washington suit. The Soho is very nice, but I'd like flap pockets, possibly a ticket pocket, and the nice, long peaked lapels.

post #5178 of 7528
Thanks for all the input guys! Unfortunately most Italian brands such as corneliani don't fit me, the trousers are too slim in the thighs. This is a problem some suitsupply suits have as well.
post #5179 of 7528

Hmm,

 

I've been researching HK tailors, but can't afford the high end ones...

 

I've looked into Dream Bespoke, Simpson Sin, Baron Lee, Moda and Empire Internaional, which all seem to be around the same price range...5600-7000 HKD for a VBC 110-120 full canvass suit. 

 

Now that I've been doing some more research on SS MTM, which is local here in Chicago, I have been debating which might be better...

 

SS is local so if I have issues, I can go back and get it fixed.  It seems they use VBC and their pricing starts at $699.

 

It's all a gamble to me, being new to the tailored suit scene...so I put it to the forum...

 

Any advice as to which might be a better choice?

 

Thanks,

 

J

post #5180 of 7528
clarinetplayer looking dapper as always! Great suit choice. The subtle check is excellent.

Well, here is my getup today. Suitsupply jacket, trousers and square. The shirt is M2M, tie is Drakes and shoes are Meermin.

I went for a blend of fabrics on this with a heavier herringbone jacket and a light 120 wool trouser.


post #5181 of 7528
I haven't tried either of those on yet. Are they typically more roomy in the thigh and seat areas?
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Originally Posted by bellyhungry View Post

Of all of them, I like the Napoli 38S.

Perhaps you can let out the seat and waist of the trousers to ease the snugness provided that they have enough material.

Have you tried on the Lazio and La Spalla?
post #5182 of 7528
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Originally Posted by jj970 View Post
 

Hmm,

 

I've been researching HK tailors, but can't afford the high end ones...

 

I've looked into Dream Bespoke, Simpson Sin, Baron Lee, Moda and Empire Internaional, which all seem to be around the same price range...5600-7000 HKD for a VBC 110-120 full canvass suit. 

 

Now that I've been doing some more research on SS MTM, which is local here in Chicago, I have been debating which might be better...

 

SS is local so if I have issues, I can go back and get it fixed.  It seems they use VBC and their pricing starts at $699.

 

It's all a gamble to me, being new to the tailored suit scene...so I put it to the forum...

 

Any advice as to which might be a better choice?

 

Thanks,

 

J

If you're new to the tailored suit scene, the first question to ask yourself might be whether you really need a MTM suit. Off-the-rack is probably a better place to start unless you can't fit into normal sizes.

post #5183 of 7528
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Originally Posted by clarinetplayer View Post Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







This was my first SS suit--a Washington. After I purchased it, I had a real case of "buyer's remorse"--thinking that the peaked lapels and the ticket pocket were just "too much". And that it was shorter than any coat I own. After wearing it for the past 4 months, I've come to like it and feel comfortable wearing it. So much so, that I would consider buying another Washington.

 

I emailed suitsupply about this exact suit; they don't stock it online. GRRR!!

post #5184 of 7528
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Originally Posted by brillopad View Post
 

If you're new to the tailored suit scene, the first question to ask yourself might be whether you really need a MTM suit. Off-the-rack is probably a better place to start unless you can't fit into normal sizes.


+1

 

There are so many different cuts to OTR suits, you should be able to find one that fits you without too much trouble. This forum is replete with stories of MTM gone wrong. With an OTR suit, you know how it will fit before you buy it, so it is much less risky. I am very slim so Suitsupply fits me well, and I am ignorant enough about suits that I can't imagine a better fit. But if you're knowledgeable and loaded enough to really know what you want and take the risk, go for it.

post #5185 of 7528

Does anybody have any experience with the Soho trousers fit? I've tried the porto fit and 30 was too tight in the waist and seat, 32 was too loose.

post #5186 of 7528
Anyone know why the Napoli navy is more expensive than the Napoli blue? I realise the navy is from the purple line, but the description says nothing about better quality fabric or construction compared to blue line napolis.
post #5187 of 7528

If I recall correctly, the blue line (the less expensive) is fused in construction as to where the purple line (middle end) is half-canvassed. Correct me if I'm wrong. 

post #5188 of 7528
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Originally Posted by ShawnBC View Post
 

If I recall correctly, the blue line (the less expensive) is fused in construction as to where the purple line (middle end) is half-canvassed. Correct me if I'm wrong. 

Pretty sure I read before that they're all half-canvassed - price reflects the price that SS paid for the fabric (apparently they get a better deal on the fabrics that they offer for $399, maybe because they order more).

post #5189 of 7528
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Originally Posted by eilay View Post
 

Pretty sure I read before that they're all half-canvassed - price reflects the price that SS paid for the fabric (apparently they get a better deal on the fabrics that they offer for $399, maybe because they order more).

 

I'm sorry, I think you're right. I must've confused them with another brand where the entry level suits are fused and the middle end suits are half-canvassed. Just did a quick research and it appears as you said that the 399$ is directly linked to the fabric used, but still half-canvassed. I read that only the Sevilla cut might be fused. 

post #5190 of 7528
Not sure where you're getting your info but Suitsupply directly stated they don't have fused jackets in their lineup.
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