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post #6196 of 7370
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Originally Posted by sonvolt10 View Post


Thanks, but that leads to their main Netherlands site, not the outlet, no?


Yeah, and then just open http://eu.suitsupply.com/nl_NL/outlet again and enter "firstpick".

post #6197 of 7370
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Originally Posted by Tony Montana View Post


Yeah, and then just open http://eu.suitsupply.com/nl_NL/outlet again and enter "firstpick".

Perfect. Thanks
post #6198 of 7370
I to would be interested in getting something proxied, to Sweden
post #6199 of 7370
Edited to remove question answered by customer service.
Edited by reidrothchild - 7/22/14 at 1:37pm
post #6200 of 7370

SF club jacket. :lol:

 

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Betel, that is the Madison? How does it compare to the sizing of the havana? Any adjustments that had to be made, or are they basically the same just DB instead of SB?

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Originally Posted by PiCcolocV View Post
 

Betel, that is the Madison? How does it compare to the sizing of the havana? Any adjustments that had to be made, or are they basically the same just DB instead of SB?

 

That's a soho. Madison has patch pockets.

post #6203 of 7370
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Originally Posted by PiCcolocV View Post

Betel, that is the Madison? How does it compare to the sizing of the havana? Any adjustments that had to be made, or are they basically the same just DB instead of SB?

As Face of the Monkey says, it's the Soho. In the Soho I use a 44R. Strangely according to the site the Soho and the Havana have the same measurements but in the Havana I have to use 46R. The soho usually needs a nip in the waist but the soho needs a lot more.
post #6204 of 7370
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Originally Posted by CousinDonuts View Post


Sorry about your bad luck. Remind us, you purchased a suit knowing that it had a hole in it, and asked them to fix? And by saying the buttons are too loose, you mean they are about to fall off because the string is unraveling?

 

I spotted the loose buttons and pieces of thread hanging off and asked them to rectify those. Unfortunately I didn't spot the hole in the jacket sleeve until it arrived in the post.  The button string was unraveling and the buttons themselves were actually 'hanging' down at an angle quite considerably.  The suit is nicer now it has been returned to me and I am working out the DHL-box creases, but I still have some work to do on it myself & will need to take it somewhere to have the buttons tightened up.

post #6205 of 7370

Another question regarding the online outlet. I'll be in Holland in September are the items in the online outlet the same as the actual outlet in NL or does the actual outlet have different items?

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Originally Posted by bitrave View Post
 

Another question regarding the online outlet. I'll be in Holland in September are the items in the online outlet the same as the actual outlet in NL or does the actual outlet have different items?

 

The items are different. Some are the same, but that aren't many items.

 

I could proxy from the Netherlands!


Edited by Jeroen Vriend - 7/23/14 at 6:39am
post #6207 of 7370

is there a website or service that does proxy from netherland to US? what did people use last time?

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What's the usual turn-around time for getting a jacket altered? Drove to a four hours to the nearest Suit Supply in a monsoon to buy a suit for an job interview - the rep told me the pants had an 7 inch opening (it was an 8.5 inch which was hard to tell off the rack) which upset me, combined with the fact that they couldn't alter the jacket that day at all (said it would take a few weeks). Is this the norm for SS?
post #6209 of 7370
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Originally Posted by leapyourbar View Post

What's the usual turn-around time for getting a jacket altered? Drove to a four hours to the nearest Suit Supply in a monsoon to buy a suit for an job interview - the rep told me the pants had an 7 inch opening (it was an 8.5 inch which was hard to tell off the rack) which upset me, combined with the fact that they couldn't alter the jacket that day at all (said it would take a few weeks). Is this the norm for SS?

It depends on the store and the volume of alterations they're doing, obviously. My store usually turns alterations around in a few days. "A few weeks" is certainly excessive.
post #6210 of 7370
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Originally Posted by leapyourbar View Post

What's the usual turn-around time for getting a jacket altered? Drove to a four hours to the nearest Suit Supply in a monsoon to buy a suit for an job interview - the rep told me the pants had an 7 inch opening (it was an 8.5 inch which was hard to tell off the rack) which upset me, combined with the fact that they couldn't alter the jacket that day at all (said it would take a few weeks). Is this the norm for SS?

I have an alternationist who runs up to a week turnaround, and a tailor who runs nearly 2 weeks but whom I trust with more sophisticated stuff. In March I swung by the Chicago SS store and their tailors were running 1 day for simple stuff. Spring 2012 in London their board said 4-5 days. So...it depends.
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