Anyone Use De La Vega Tailors?
Otherwise, I think it looks great. Has it been pressed? Maybe it just needs a good pressing.
+1, you may also consider (i) lowering your buttoning point, and (ii) look closely at the quarters (I would have said to just open them more, but there seems to be something funky going on, like overlapping. could just be the picture though).
Way more shoulder padding than I was expecting, too,
They also ant me a free shirt which was super-cheap and unwearable.
The fit is good, it really looks that was made for my measures. The pants are comfortable and the general construction of the suit looks nice.
But I have to agree that the biggest problem is with the shoulders. They look ok, nothing to really complain about, but they were unable to make them to my request even as they tried. So the result is a slightly wider shoulder than I like and the padding is quite prominent, even if they used the smallest they have. Other big problem IMO is that they don't offer the possibility of a fully canvased jacket.
So for a budget option is a very good option. But keeping in mind that you will get what you pay for. Haven't seen them live, but I guess that a Benjamin suit could be a better option...
What they didn't do very well is the shirt (but it was free, so I don't really care). The fit was loose even if I gave them the measures of my other shirts which are quite slim fitted. And the quality of the fabric is quite mediocre, but again, I didn't expect more since it was free.
I got my suit. In overall I'm very happy. After confirming my measurements with the test suit, the final suit fits good.They also sent me a free shirt which is quite decent and fits well, but I agree that their suits are much better that their shirts.
A good point is that they already have my exact measurements. I will probably buy some more clothes (thinking of a coat and a blazer). Waiting for any comments!