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post #9076 of 9088
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Originally Posted by hrefab View Post
 

Does anyone have this Hudson jacket that can share some pictures and comment on fit? It has been growing on me; I am a fan of the larger notch lapels.

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Really, really liking this jacket as well but am concerned the lapels will be too wide for my tiny self (size 34).

 

Also, I hate how few grey jackets they have available. The only one I like is the Havana in cashmere, but $900 is a bit rich for my blood...

post #9077 of 9088
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Originally Posted by zonda600 View Post
 

Really, really liking this jacket as well but am concerned the lapels will be too wide for my tiny self (size 34).

 

Also, I hate how few grey jackets they have available. The only one I like is the Havana in cashmere, but $900 is a bit rich for my blood...

 

I wish they had more in grey as well. I recently tried this pure linen, half-lined washington. They unfortunately only had 36R not 36S. I don't care what size advisor says under the sizing chart they are definitely different in the chest and shoulders (not only sleeve length and jacket length like it should be). This one gave me some shoulder dimpling unfortunately, otherwise I loved it.

 

post #9078 of 9088

purchased this a couple weeks ago for my wedding.. will be picking it up from the tailor tomorrow.. will see how it plays out..http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/washington-light-grey-plain/P3829I.html?start=3&cgid=Suits&prefn1=styleFit&prefv1=Contemporary-Washington

post #9079 of 9088

Congrats @chocsosa for your upcoming wedding! 

post #9080 of 9088
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Congrats @chocsosa for your upcoming wedding! 

Thanks man.. been married going on 6 years now..our families are forcing us to come back to the motherland to do the actual ceremony being when we were initially married a couple of years ago we went down to the justice of the peace and had a very small intimate ceremony with close friends and some family after. I am excited to see how the suit comes out though..

post #9081 of 9088
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Originally Posted by jujujoo11 View Post
 

Sorry if this has been asked, but where are these suits made?  How is the quality and durability? 


I just received a Livorno suit (new fit only available in Europe) and it was made in Portugal ! Moreover from the least expensive line (Blue line). I really don't know how they do it.

 

I'll post pics later. 

post #9082 of 9088
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Originally Posted by n2pua View Post

completely unrelated, but .....

if ANYONE from suitsupply hq is reading the messages off this forum,

someone should really start considering opening up the EU online store products to the US customers.

1.00 USD buys 0.87 EUR and still slightly trending in our favor, making our buying power here in the states, only that much stronger.

Even with shipping costs/scalability aside, I still don't see how SS doesn't take advantage of this.

Am I completely off-base ?


Well that's marketing, brands set the price of their items depending on the countries taking into consideration purchasing power, retail demand, currency exchange protection, import fees etc 

 

a Levi's 501 CT  jean in the US costs $ 70, in France the same jean would cost the equivalent of $90 excluding sales tax. 

 

a KitchenAid robot can be found at $200 in the US, in France the retail price is $380 (excl tax), what a rip-off ! 

 

Consider yourself lucky as an American customer, at this game you are paying way less or phrased differently companies charge Europeans way more than you guys.

 

But in the case of Suit Supply, the cheapest prices are found in Europeans countries using the Euro currency which is used the currency of the Netherlands where Suit Supply is from. The suits in the UK and other Europeans countries that don't use the Euro have a higher price. 

post #9083 of 9088
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Originally Posted by riton View Post


Well that's marketing, brands set the price of their items depending on the countries taking into consideration purchasing power, retail demand, currency exchange protection, import fees etc 

a Levi's 501 CT  jean in the US costs $ 70, in France the same jean would cost the equivalent of $90 excluding sales tax. 

a KitchenAid robot can be found at $200 in the US, in France the retail price is $380 (excl tax), what a rip-off ! 

Consider yourself lucky as an American customer, at this game you are paying way less or phrased differently companies charge Europeans way more than you guys.

But in the case of Suit Supply, the cheapest prices are found in Europeans countries using the Euro currency which is used the currency of the Netherlands where Suit Supply is from. The suits in the UK and other Europeans countries that don't use the Euro have a higher price. 
This, and don't talk about gas prices or should we compare gallon vs. liter and the price of each in both US and Europe?
post #9084 of 9088

Any thoughts on this suit? Depending on when I look at it, sometimes I like it and other times I think its just okay. I do think it could easily be used as separates.

 

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/lazio-brown-plain/P4236I.html?start=9&cgid=Suits

 

For interviewing, any thoughts on this one? Or is the grey not dark enough? It is tough for me to tell on this site. I am pale with red hair, so I'd like to avoid anything too dark or too light in terms of greys.

 

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/suits/lazio-grey-plain/P3785.html?start=12&cgid=Suits

 

Also if anyone is in the market to sell a 38R lazio suit get in touch with me.


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post #9086 of 9088
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Originally Posted by pmestrad View Post

Any thoughts on this suit? Depending on when I look at it, sometimes I like it and other times I think its just okay. I do think it could easily be used as separates.

http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/suits/lazio-brown-plain/P4236I.html?start=9&cgid=Suits

For interviewing, any thoughts on this one? Or is the grey not dark enough? It is tough for me to tell on this site. I am pale with red hair, so I'd like to avoid anything too dark or too light in terms of greys.

http://eu.suitsupply.com/en/suits/lazio-grey-plain/P3785.html?start=12&cgid=Suits

Also if anyone is in the market to sell a 38R lazio suit get in touch with me.

The grey looks like a solid mid gray, so it would be an excellent interview suit. Having purchased quite a few suit supply suits, the website is accurate (most of the time) but make sure you zoom in on the fabric to make sure you like the pattern up close.

Not a fan of the brown suit, sorry.
post #9087 of 9088
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Originally Posted by jbarwick View Post

Oh and here is my recent Washington finally back from the tailor. Need to get some different shirts now that my sport coat wardrobe is good to go.

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Fits like a globe!!

What model It's, from SS 2015?
post #9088 of 9088
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Originally Posted by Fernando Nunez View Post


Fits like a globe!!

What model It's, from SS 2015?


I believe it's this one:

 

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