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post #13801 of 37672
La Spalla is pretty nice, but I've yet to aee one where the shoulder shirring isn't a complete disaster
post #13802 of 37672
NAh nah. Y'all got me wrong. I want to fill in the gaps with Suit Supply suits but for a $1k, I'd rather save up more and get better suits. I believe Lazio models fit me well and their price range is good. But La Spalla doesnt seem to make sense.

Heres that Lazio I tried on...
post #13803 of 37672
So Noodles wants something less expensive than Formosa to supplement his rotation but wants it to fit, look good, etc. for less than half the cost of Formosa...
post #13804 of 37672
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

NAh nah. Y'all got me wrong. I want to fill in the gaps with Suit Supply suits but for a $1k, I'd rather save up more and get better suits. I believe Lazio models fit me well and their price range is good. But La Spalla doesnt seem to make sense.

Well there you go...order a couple Lazio and call it a day.
post #13805 of 37672

I like that you put the coffee down, put the jacket on, then picked the coffee back up

post #13806 of 37672
...I am confused. Did we go thru this already?
post #13807 of 37672
Try 40L Napoli. Similar measurement as your Formosa, the lapels are wider and chest fuller than the Lazio.

I also have reservations shelling out 1k for a suit supply suit. You can make two Sartoria Vanni Korea MTM suits for 1k.
post #13808 of 37672
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Originally Posted by kulata View Post

Try 40L Napoli. Similar measurement as your Formosa, the lapels are wider and chest fuller than the Lazio.

I also have reservations shelling out 1k for a suit supply suit. You can make two Sartoria Vanni Korea MTM suits for 1k.
Ytm, kulata.
No knock on Suit Supply but I would not want to spend $1,000 on them, especially if the intention is to get Formosa suits a break here and there. I think $500 is a good price. Thanks for suggesting Napoli. I shall try them on this weekend.
post #13809 of 37672
That guy rumples at the chest funny. We've been over this.
post #13810 of 37672
Fine. No undershirt and no thick polo shirt this weekend. I will go into suit supply with just a t-shirt
post #13811 of 37672
^ Cue people telling Noodles that if he wants to see how a suit fits, he should actually wear what he would wear underneath in real life (i.e. dress shirt and tie). Trying stuff on 101...
post #13812 of 37672
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Fine. No undershirt and no thick polo shirt this weekend. I will go into suit supply with just a t-shirt dress shirt

 

FTFY

post #13813 of 37672
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by kulata View Post

Try 40L Napoli. Similar measurement as your Formosa, the lapels are wider and chest fuller than the Lazio.

I also have reservations shelling out 1k for a suit supply suit. You can make two Sartoria Vanni Korea MTM suits for 1k.

Sartoria Vanni is that cheap? Shit man, I'd've been all over that. That's nuts.
post #13814 of 37672
1800 usd, i believe is the starting cost.
post #13815 of 37672
Thread Starter 
Yeah, that's what I thought it was around.
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