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post #5941 of 11795

My La Spalla trousers are so tight at the bottom of the leg that every time I get up from sitting I have to pull down the trousers. Is there enough excess fabric for them to be let out?

post #5942 of 11795
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Originally Posted by Terpo View Post

My La Spalla trousers are so tight at the bottom of the leg that every time I get up from sitting I have to pull down the trousers. Is there enough excess fabric for them to be let out?

Just look at how much extra material there is in the seams. That's how much you can let them out.
post #5943 of 11795

So you can let out the entire thing, no reserve needed for sewing? 

post #5944 of 11795

any fall/winter 14/15 previews?

post #5945 of 11795
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Originally Posted by Terpo View Post
 

So you can let out the entire thing, no reserve needed for sewing? 

 

You need to reserve a little, about a quarter/half an inch in total, depending on how skilled your tailor is.

post #5946 of 11795

I noticed that SS has moved its plain weave Napolis into the Purple Line price range. 

 

Is it the same on the US site?

post #5947 of 11795
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

I noticed that SS has moved its plain weave Napolis into the Purple Line price range. 

Is it the same on the US site?

Funny, now that you ask that question I can't remember what they used to cost. I am seeing $469 and $499 which is what I think I remember being the norm in the past.
post #5948 of 11795
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No deeper reason. I'm pretty vain.



I quite like the end result. I may just end up getting the tux myself. I'll be on the lookout for your blog entry.



Oh and I Iove the shot with downtown as the backdrop. I'm a former resident of Glen Park.

 



Just get the vents sewn shut by a tailor. Even on a ventless jacket, there will be side seams, so no one will know you started with vents.
post #5949 of 11795
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Originally Posted by Jay_Gatsby View Post



No deeper reason. I'm pretty vain.





 



Just get the vents sewn shut by a tailor. Even on a ventless jacket, there will be side seams, so no one will know you started with vents.

I think I'll do that, thanks!
post #5950 of 11795
Is there any way to buy from the European version of suitsupply but get the suit to America?
post #5951 of 11795
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Originally Posted by theprorules View Post

Is there any way to buy from the European version of suitsupply but get the suit to America?

I called the NY store last week with the same question but didn't get much of an answer. If I remember correctly it sounded like it was possible but somewhat of a pain. If anyone else has a solution id also be interested in hearing it.
post #5952 of 11795
Ask a European to proxy for you. It'll probably be more expensive though.
post #5953 of 11795

If I only bought one sport coat for my (still small) wardrobe, should it be this one?

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/jackets/havana-navy-plain/C757.html

post #5954 of 11795
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Originally Posted by 00Schneider View Post
 

If I only bought one sport coat for my (still small) wardrobe, should it be this one?

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/jackets/havana-navy-plain/C757.html


Yes. Everyone should be happy to know that SS has re-released the Havana Navy Plain. It is a staple.

post #5955 of 11795
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Yes. Everyone should be happy to know that SS has re-released the Havana Navy Plain. It is a staple.

Unfortunately this is not the same one as the previous one:

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/jackets/havana-navy-plain/C540E.html

 

But I think it's good purchase anyway.

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