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Originally Posted by durz View Post
Initial observations: - Rear of thighs, should be easily fixed at a local tailor. - Shoulders may be ~0.5" too wide each side. - Under arm and back of arm creasing. I have tiny arms so I don't really fill out the armhole. Hopefully it gets lessened once I have the suit pressed. All in all quite satisfied. What are your thoughts?
How do they fix that?
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shoulders do look a little wide, but still fits better than most RTW I would say
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Originally Posted by Adam24 View Post
How do they fix that?

They take it in a little but I'm not sure on the exact process. I've had that problem with every pair of pants I've owned so far. I show it to the tailor and they know what immediately to do with it. I'll try to find out next time.
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what is wrong with the back of the thighs anyway? the small flair near the ass cheeks? i like the jacket length. makes me want to get a tad longer length with my next basic suit. overall pretty damn good for a first order.
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very very very nice...

are the lapels 2.75" or 3"?
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Originally Posted by vncrz View Post
very very very nice...

are the lapels 2.75" or 3"?

Thanks. They are 2.75. I have a couple 2.5, but I think for me, the 2.75 is about the perfect lapel width.
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Originally Posted by dinted voice View Post
Thanks. They are 2.75. I have a couple 2.5, but I think for me, the 2.75 is about the perfect lapel width.

yep, my two TaT, and the other suit I own, have the same lapel widths, which go pretty well with ties of the same width, which is pretty much the only ones i buy
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If I were to do this, what would you guys recommend for an athletic (5.11, 155 lbs, not super slim but definitely swimming in most off the rack suits) build and a need for great versatility in my first suit? I know I would prefer dark charcoal (or navy as a second choice) and 2 button modern fit, but beyond that when it comes to suits I'm pretty clueless.
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i'd imagine charcoal in the conservative cut is what most people go for as their first tat suit. this came in the mail today. pow #52 with type 1 slant pockets (about 20 degrees). the fabric is pretty lightweight making the suit feel a little roomier than my previous ones. but i think i've finally hit the measurements i like. i feel the overall balance would have been better if the jacket was slightly longer. 1/2"- 1"?
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I see the site lists $443 as the base price for a suit, but I can't find the base price for just a jacket. Anyone know?
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Navy flannel 3 button in house cut:

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Originally Posted by perpetua View Post
I see the site lists $443 as the base price for a suit, but I can't find the base price for just a jacket. Anyone know?

I believe the price of the suit is 480 and just the jacket was in the mid 300 range. I forgot the exact price.
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swooc, yes, it looks like the jacket doesn't reach your curled fingers. What are you going to do? Could this have been avoided?
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Swooc's jacket looks fine.
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