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Suitsupply analyzes the volume of online sales from a particular city to determine where open their upcoming stores will be built.

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Originally Posted by doodledoc View Post

The waist of the Napoli suit can be taken in a little bit. I just never had it done. I would want to do a 40R in the Lazio just to have the longer jacket. I'm just not sure if it'll fit my shoulders. I already take in 2 inches in the Napoli 40S trouser waist, thus I'll likely take in more than 2 inches in the Lazio 42S.

I'll probably just order a 40R and a 42S and see if either fit.

I'll add to your hand ringing on this...I like a 38R in Napoli, 40R in Havana and Copenhagen. I own a 38R in a Lazio and it is perfect if I was hanging with guys who shop at H&M. I tolerated it for a bit because I wanted a slim suit at the time. More recently I ordered a 40R in a Lazio...jacket was too big, but the pants fit great. Also tried a 38L...jacket would have been great with a little let-out at the waist, but pants were too tight. So based on what you described above, you may also find yourself between sizes.

But maybe you'll luck out with a QC anomaly that bridges the size gap!
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I'll add to your hand ringing on this...I like a 38R in Napoli, 40R in Havana and Copenhagen. I own a 38R in a Lazio and it is perfect if I was hanging with guys who shop at H&M. I tolerated it for a bit because I wanted a slim suit at the time. More recently I ordered a 40R in a Lazio...jacket was too big, but the pants fit great. Also tried a 38L...jacket would have been great with a little let-out at the waist, but pants were too tight. So based on what you described above, you may also find yourself between sizes.

But maybe you'll luck out with a QC anomaly that bridges the size gap!

 

I'm thinking that both may not fit but we'll see. They arrive on Friday. I do not like the tight fighting suit so it's likely that the 40R won't fit, but the pants on the 42S will be too wide and I won't be able to take them in by 3.5''. It's unfortunate, but we'll see.

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Just worth note--spoke to a US SS rep and they confirmed that items purchased while 'travelling abroad' ARE able to be returned, and while even though it's unofficially frowned upon, it's possible.
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I'm hoping in September. I live in LA and LA was supposed to be the first SS in CA. I don't want to pay tax on these suits until one opens up in LA.
I believe the one in San Francisco, CA may be opening up first actually.
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I'm hoping in September. I live in LA and LA was supposed to be the first SS in CA. I don't want to pay tax on these suits until one opens up in LA.


I would prefer that they not open a store in California at all.  I am not looking forward to paying tax.  

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I would prefer that they not open a store in California at all.  I am not looking forward to paying tax.  

 

This is likely unavoidable. However, the LA store was supposed to open in May, and now it's pushed back to fall. I'm just hoping they push back the SF one too.

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