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post #1846 of 5335
Wyardley, you have crease grubs because there is way way too much fabric in the back if the trousers over your butt. The pants are also way too long. Both there things are true even with them hiked up so far in back.

The shoulders are too large and the collar does not come close to fitting - look at all the space between your shirt collar and suit collar.
post #1847 of 5335
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

Wyardley, you have crease grubs because there is way way too much fabric in the back if the trousers over your butt. The pants are also way too long. Both there things are true even with them hiked up so far in back.

I'll definitely have the tailor adjust the pant length, assuming it's not possible to enlarge the leg (doesn't look like it will be). The reason the measured length was so long is mostly because I normally wear pants with a larger opening, so they sit a bit lower on my shoes and break differently. I did notice (after looking at the pictures) that they were hiked up a bit too far in the back.

 

I guess my question is not so much "is the fit perfect", but "are there any problems with the fit that would necessitate a remake" (that is, too difficult or too expensive to fix easily).

post #1848 of 5335
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Originally Posted by a tailor View Post

hey Jack Hunter
we could use a full length front and back view both UNTUCKED.
pull it straight down. hands about 6" from your sides..
please


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Back

 

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post #1849 of 5335
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Originally Posted by wyardley View Post

New navy suit from Black Lapel. First time using them, and the fit is pretty comparable to some MTM suits I was measured for in person. I'm wondering if the shoulders are maybe a bit too wide? Also, does the shoulder look a bit lumpy?

The pant leg is a bit more tapered than I would like - it seems like the pants break in an odd way with this small an opening (I like to wear the pants with a break). Next time, I would probably go an inch and a half wider around for the leg. I think the jacket sleeves need to come up a half inch or so -- currently, no sleeve showing with the shirt they made for me, nor with one of my older and well-fitting shirts. Next time, I'd probably also ask for no stacked buttons and a less slanted breast pocket (is too much of the pocket behind the lapel?).

Does anyone else have problems with the crease of the pants not lining up right when wearing suspenders? Is there any fix for that?

Suit hasn't been pressed yet, shirt hasn't been laundered.












hi wardley
yes the trouser is far too narrow at the bottom. at least 2 inches or more. remember that a wide trouser can be narrowed, but cannot be widened.
look at your shoes. do they look larger than they really are? thats the illusion narrow trouser bottoms cause.
your right hip is higher and wider . thats is because of the right low shoulder. check and see if the two front suspender buttons are
directly above the top of the front creases.
the collar gaps on both sides, but more so on the right side. thats because of the right low shoulder.
the sleeves need to be shortened enough to show about 1/2" of shirt cuff. but only if the shirt
cuff stops at the base of the thumb.
the front quite closed its a matter of taste, but i prefer a bit of openness at the quarters.

by the way. thank you for wearing the collar buttoned and a tie. it really helps a great deal.
post #1850 of 5335
In addition to what atailor said. The collar and shoulders are off. Collar should sit higher and hug your neck. The fronts don't hang well. Jacket looks too short to my eye. Overall the cut doesn't flatter you. Is this a suit that you supply the measurements for or do you order the style by a description and the proportions are set by the pattern they use?
post #1851 of 5335
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The fronts don't hang well. Jacket looks too short to my eye. Overall the cut doesn't flatter you. Is this a suit that you supply the measurements for or do you order the style by a description and the proportions are set by the pattern they use?

 

They have 3 standard cuts, so I think the proportions are set by their pattern based on your measurements. This is the "tailored" cut (in between their traditional cut and their slim cut). I was afraid that the traditional cut would be too big, even when made to my measurements, and their slim cut is a little more fashion forward than I was looking for.

 

What kind of cut do you think would be most flattering? I'm 6' / 140 lb.

 

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Originally Posted by a tailor View Post
yes the trouser is far too narrow at the bottom. at least 2 inches or more. remember that a wide trouser can be narrowed, but cannot be widened.

 

Yes - that part is probably my fault - I should have read more carefully their description of their "tailored fit", because they do note somewhere on the site that it has a more tapered leg -- something that can't be helped this time around. The other suits I have are all a couple of inches bigger in diameter at the bottom leg opening, and break the way I like. Their customer support mentioned that the tailor should be able to "open up the leg", but it doesn't look to me like that's possible at all (not much extra material).

 

One of the suspender adjusters is actually off a little, so that may also be part of why the right side looks a bit off (it's interesting, the low right shoulder is more obvious in the photos than in a mirror, or I would have included it in my measurements).

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Originally Posted by a tailor View Post

the front quite closed its a matter of taste, but i prefer a bit of openness at the quarters.

I think I understand what you mean here.... It seems like it can hang a little bit more open, so not sure why it shows up that closed there.

 

As far as taking in the collar a bit, does that involve the center seam in the back, the darts? Both?

post #1852 of 5335

Gents

 

Take 2 of a MTM attempt.

 

The main thing to fix is the trouser rise, when i sit down there is loads of excess material in my lap and the crotch doesnt need to be as low as it is.

I also think the chest, just below the armholes, is a bit bulky, going to ask my tailor if that can be adjusted at the seams (wont adjust at the armholes, too much work!) and maybe a touch more waist suppression.

 

As always thank you very much for the advice

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #1853 of 5335

Oops, should have posted 'medium' pics, not 'large', im taking up the whole bloody page!

post #1854 of 5335
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Shoulders are too wide and sleeves are too long. If you can, get darts in the back so that the shirt can accomodate your stomach without being so billowy in back.
post #1855 of 5335
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Yes - that part is probably my fault - I should have read more carefully their description of their "tailored fit", because they do note somewhere on the site that it has a more tapered leg -- something that can't be helped this time around. The other suits I have are all a couple of inches bigger in diameter at the bottom leg opening, and break the way I like. Their customer support mentioned that the tailor should be able to "open up the leg", but it doesn't look to me like that's possible at all (not much extra material).

Maybe you could order a second trouser styled more to your liking with a wider bottom opening. You would have a suit with two trousers of two different styles for different uses.
post #1856 of 5335
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Originally Posted by wyardley View Post

I'll definitely have the tailor adjust the pant length, assuming it's not possible to enlarge the leg (doesn't look like it will be). The reason the measured length was so long is mostly because I normally wear pants with a larger opening, so they sit a bit lower on my shoes and break differently. I did notice (after looking at the pictures) that they were hiked up a bit too far in the back.

I guess my question is not so much "is the fit perfect", but "are there any problems with the fit that would necessitate a remake" (that is, too difficult or too expensive to fix easily).

It's not just a question of hemming them. They'll look sloppy because there's too much cloth in back. It's not ab especially easy fix.
post #1857 of 5335
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Originally Posted by New Shoes1 View Post

 

I'm wondering the same thing.  Here is a picture of my recently arrived Classico, and I'm wondering about the gap in the collar at the right shoulder as well as how the collar is sitting in general.  I'm also wondering about the balance of the coat.  I have an erect posture, but the balance seems significantly more off than in my other jackets.

 

 

 

 

Just to close the loop on this.  I discovered that the front left side of the jacket is approximately 1/2 inch smaller in width than the right front side of the jacket (measured at the top button).  I'm not sure if this is the cause of the collar gap (which is one the wider side), but it definitely caused the jacket to pull to the left (non-gap) side so that even the top button of the jacket (when buttoned) was off center.  Going to return because I imagine this would be a very expensive repair that would never look quite right.

post #1858 of 5335

Hi everyone.

 

I just received my Suit Supply suit and wanted your feedback. Yes, the pictures aren't the greatest but it was my friend/friend's room so I guess we are a bit limited. Yes the pants are too tight in the thigh and I was originally going to just return the pants however after taking a look I wanted your opinions on the jacket. This is a 40S. The 40R is about 1 inch longer and has 1 inch longer sleeves. Should I exchange for that, or just return it..

 

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The issues I see is around the arm holes, and possibly the sleeves being too short, am I correct? 

post #1859 of 5335
Arms are too short but jacket length is fine. If there is no extra material in the sleeves, you will nood to exchange.

Clean your room first.
post #1860 of 5335
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The issues I see is around the arm holes, and possibly the sleeves being too short, am I correct?

Wrinkles on the left side are from your low left shoulder. Sleeves can be made longer if you have enough outlet. Trousers seem snug, especially the thigh area.

Is this suit comfortable?
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