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post #91 of 545
Yup, it looks pretty good.
post #92 of 545
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

Looks great
Shoulders could be slightly wider
Lapels should be wider - can you do this?
Which mtm line was this? Base pricing?
Fabric?
Do you do extra pairs of pants for the suit? How much?

Thanks!

I can do wider lapels. This is what he wanted. It looks very good in person but I agree that such wide shoulders can support a slightly wider lapel.

It is a 3r2 button stance.

This is a handmade suit in an Ariston Super 130s 4 season (270g) wool.

Anyone who is interested can PM for prices. It ranges based on the make and fabric.

The customer lost more than ten lbs in the past month so it ended up a little big around the middle and the chest. We also shortened one of the legs.
post #93 of 545
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Thanks!
I can do wider lapels. This is what he wanted. It looks very good in person but I agree that such wide shoulders can support a slightly wider lapel.
It is a 3r2 button stance.
This is a handmade suit in an Ariston Super 130s 4 season (270g) wool.
Anyone who is interested can PM for prices. It ranges based on the make and fabric.
The customer lost more than ten lbs in the past month so it ended up a little big around the middle and the chest. We also shortened one of the legs.

 

Hey all,

 

I'm the happy customer - the suit is near perfect. Like Andrew said the only real issue was due to my most recent weight loss. 

 

Great product at a fantastic price. As far as the lapels I tend to stay away from wider lapels, perhaps next time I'll give it a try.

 

All said it was a wonderful experience.

post #94 of 545
Any word yet on the width's? Specifically, 3E?
post #95 of 545
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Any word yet on the width's? Specifically, 3E?

I would really like to but nothing is planned for now. Next on the agenda is getting the handgrade shoes in and getting the benchgrade shoes in US sizes 8 and 8.5.
post #96 of 545
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I would really like to but nothing is planned for now. Next on the agenda is getting the handgrade shoes in and getting the benchgrade shoes in US sizes 8 and 8.5.

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post #97 of 545
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Any word yet on the width's? Specifically, 3E?


lol8[1].gif. Ralph Lauren only carries D widths and that's a huge company. How could you expect him to be able to stock 3E widths?
post #98 of 545
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lol8[1].gif. Ralph Lauren only carries D widths and that's a huge company. How could you expect him to be able to stock 3E widths?

I do plan on eventually reaching sizes 7, 7.5, 14 and 15. The current choices are very minimal for men with large feet.

Does anyone here fall into those categories?
post #99 of 545
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I do plan on eventually reaching sizes 7, 7.5, 14 and 15. The current choices are very minimal for men with large feet.
Does anyone here fall into those categories?

I honestly don't think those sizes are worth your time, but that's just my opinion. It blows my mind why sizes like 44-48L suits and sport coats are always the last things left over after the sales. Why do they make so many of them if they never sell well?
post #100 of 545
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I honestly don't think those sizes are worth your time, but that's just my opinion. It blows my mind why sizes like 44-48L suits and sport coats are always the last things left over after the sales. Why do they make so many of them if they never sell well?

Because there's so many fat people. And, the only reason I asked, was because he specifically mentioned looking into widths when someone asked earlier in the thread.
post #101 of 545
I'm trying to beat the crap out of this pair. So far six wears in two weeks including in the NY rain today. I've been polishing them but nothing too excessive. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif



post #102 of 545
I received my pair of shoes I ordered. They're very nice shoes and I will probably wear them on Monday. I don't think there's any point in me taking pictures as you've got some pictures already. I might elaborate on them after I get a chance to wear them if I have any additional thoughts. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #103 of 545
^ There is always a need for pictures in the wild. Do it!
post #104 of 545
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^ There is always a need for pictures in the wild. Do it!

 

Agreed.

post #105 of 545

From the price point, it seems like the black oxford will serve as a competitor to the Park Avenues; how would you compare the two? The PAs are a little too narrow for me in D width even though that's what I typically wear. I also feel that they may be a little too traditional (read: short and stubby) for my tastes. Tough to order without trying them on so I want to get an idea...

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