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post #6631 of 13759

Is the warehouse sale going on ? Where is it? 

post #6632 of 13759
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Originally Posted by phsiao08 View Post

Is the warehouse sale going on ? Where is it? 

Is was at their Soho store (453 Broome and Mercer) yesterday 10-12

Suits were $125

Shoes $60

Jackets $125 - 150

Ties $10

Trousers $50
post #6633 of 13759

damn son. do you know when the next one is? 

post #6634 of 13759
this warehouse sale is surprising news..has this happened before, at other SS stores?!?
post #6635 of 13759
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Originally Posted by jaypee View Post


Is was at their Soho store (453 Broome and Mercer) yesterday 10-12

Suits were $125

Shoes $60

Jackets $125 - 150

Ties $10

Trousers $50

 

where was it announced? still don't see it on any of the usual suspects, and i live within walking distance of there. oh well

post #6636 of 13759
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Originally Posted by feyy View Post

where was it announced? still don't see it on any of the usual suspects, and i live within walking distance of there. oh well

Friends and family were told (i'm neither of those but a buddy was), i don't think it was announced publicly.

It was above the store on level 6
post #6637 of 13759
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Originally Posted by jaypee View Post


Friends and family were told (i'm neither of those but a buddy was), i don't think it was announced publicly.

It was above the store on level 6

that would explain it- thanks for info!

post #6638 of 13759
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Originally Posted by ScottMC View Post


Can you post some pictures of the new Hudson Navy Plain when you get a chance? I'd really like to see it in the wild. Thanks.
Yes Sir, will do that tomorrow evening or Wednesday. I left the jacket for alterations
post #6639 of 13759
double post sorry
post #6640 of 13759
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Originally Posted by jaypee View Post


Is was at their Soho store (453 Broome and Mercer) yesterday 10-12

Suits were $125

Shoes $60

Jackets $125 - 150

Ties $10

Trousers $50

2 hr sale only? damn

post #6641 of 13759
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Originally Posted by TweedyProf View Post
 

This might be completely an optical illusion from the camera angles, but I think the 42S looks much better in the back. It can be cleaned up in a way that isn't overly aggressive but I like it better than the 40. It has a bit of drape at the top, but it also shows your physique, a substantial torso but a trim waist. THe 40R back waist just looks unnecessarily aggressive to me. The bowing at the lapel is less pronounced in the 42 but it's there, and maybe that's what you're going to have to live with OTR.

 

I bet you could nip the waist just a touch and it will give the jacket a nice shape in the front without over accentuating the waist in the back as in the 40R. The shoulders are fine: they are clean. Do they extend much past the angle of your shoulder?

 

If I had to give you a suggestion and these were your only two options, then I would say the 42 if you can nip a touch at the waist. That will give you the best overall fit. But neither is ideal.

 

At this point, you really need the advice of a good tailor who can see you in person in the jacket. It's important for you to find a non-suit supply tailor. Ask in this forum or search for tailors in your city. Take the jacket to them. Have them show you what it should look like. Do not use the SS tailors.

 

On the manager. He's focusing on a type which is overly slim to the point of ill-fitting in my view. This is the problem with some folks in SS: they have a paradigm and it isn't a classic slim fit. On this paradigm, bowed chests are ok. You can certainly look good from certain perspectives on them. Not to pick on Spoo, but he came up above and he sometimes is an example of the overly fitted look on top. He looks sharp, but if you visit his instagram and recent photos there (La Casuarina or something like that), many of his jackets are too tight in the chest for him (lapel bowing), IMHO.  But there is no doubt that most in SF and even more in the external world will take him to look fantastic (and he does look good in many ways). So it can be pulled off, and might be what you'll have to do with SS. My two cents.

 

 

Well said! Thank you for your advice through this whole process!

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Does anybody know what suit/jacket fit this is?
post #6643 of 13759
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Originally Posted by Jeroen Vriend View Post

Does anybody know what suit/jacket fit this is?

 

Looks like either Lazio or La Spalla.

post #6644 of 13759
I believe it's the La Spalla, the buttons are quite distinct and so is the shoulder attachment.

http://eu.suitsupply.com/nl_NL/suits/la-spalla-blauw-ruit/P3865.html
post #6645 of 13759

I'm going to SS store in Toronto tomorrow. Totally noob & new to the suit scene and have no idea what I'm doing.

 

my body built is as follows: athletic build, 40-41 chest, waist is measured in at almost 32 but most 30" store bought pants fit me best, 6'0 175lb 12%~ body fat. Will any of their line work on my body built? I like to wear things slim. Any suggestion on what to try on or don't bother and just go m2m?


I read some pages earlier that some cut work on muscular gym guys here but my waist is much smaller than their's.

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