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post #5581 of 12685

Hey guys part 2 of my Suitsupply MTM review was released today. 

 

http://www.somethingbespoke.com/suitsupply-mtm-2/

 

Check it out and let me know what you think. I would really love some feedback. 

post #5582 of 12685

Interesting read, can't wait to see the pictures of the final product! Wish I had a Suit Supply store near to get access to their MTM program! (EDIT* Suit Supply is planning to open a store in Montreal - 2 hours away from my location - in F/W 2014-2015).

post #5583 of 12685
Sorry to interject with a stupid question, but to all of you considering this York , might I ask why you consider a suit with linen to be a staple suit?
post #5584 of 12685
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Originally Posted by CousinDonuts View Post

Sorry to interject with a stupid question, but to all of you considering this York , might I ask why you consider a suit with linen to be a staple suit?

 

It's a staple summer suit. Depends on whether you'd like to dress seasonal or not.

post #5585 of 12685
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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post

It's a staple summer suit. Depends on whether you'd like to dress seasonal or not.

That I understand. But I think there were some people doing the "hey I don't own a navy suit" thing.
post #5586 of 12685
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Originally Posted by TimNguyen View Post
 

Hey guys part 2 of my Suitsupply MTM review was released today. 

 

http://www.somethingbespoke.com/suitsupply-mtm-2/

 

Check it out and let me know what you think. I would really love some feedback. 


Great read!

 

I'm so glad there's three different SuitSupply stores within an hour or so from where I live, will definitely give MtM a try.

 

Can't wait to see the finished product!

post #5587 of 12685
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Originally Posted by CousinDonuts View Post


That I understand. But I think there were some people doing the "hey I don't own a navy suit" thing.

 

I assumed they'd buy the linen one now, and will be buy a flannel one in the fall. If they're planning on using it as their only navy suit they're better off getting some 3/4-season worsted wool.

post #5588 of 12685

Hi all!

 

Currently thinking about getting a Lazio or Napoli suit. This will be my first suit. I know that I'm typically a 40R (I have tried on quite a few suits and own a jacket in that size but not matching pants). What size would you guys recommend? I think a 38R for both would be right, based on the size charts. My measurements are:

 

Height: 73"

Chest: 37"

Upper waist: 34"

Lower waist: 35"

 

Unfortunately I can't go to a store (I'm in Ireland). Thanks for the help!

 

edit: I am 78 kilos, 170lbs


Edited by notsobad - 5/6/14 at 1:16pm
post #5589 of 12685

Just received the wool/linen havana in blue, perfect spring fabric. Tried to get the color
of the jacket as accurate as possible in the images. It's great shade of blue, less loud than whats on the website.

 

 

 

post #5590 of 12685
Looks great! Will you link me to that exact jacket? Thanks.
post #5591 of 12685

Looks really nice!

post #5592 of 12685
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Originally Posted by nostalgiaultra View Post
 

Just received the wool/linen havana in blue, perfect spring fabric. Tried to get the color
of the jacket as accurate as possible in the images. It's great shade of blue, less loud than whats on the website.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



 

 

 

 

That looks great. Better than most of the Havana jackets I see. Looks well-proportioned.

post #5593 of 12685

Excellent fit sir! No alterations at all?

post #5594 of 12685
Jealous you got it, they're out in my size. It looks great.
post #5595 of 12685
Much better than the web store - excellent style for spring
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