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post #4981 of 6207
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Originally Posted by 7_rocket View Post

Shirt and tie from S&M. I was holding the drink for a buddy who took the pic.

What suit? and what collar on that shirt? If it's the full spread, for some reason, full spread looks different on you than on me. 

post #4982 of 6207
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Originally Posted by doodledoc View Post

What suit? and what collar on that shirt? If it's the full spread, for some reason, full spread looks different on you than on me. 

Suit is from Suit Supply, in the Lazio fit. The collar is indeed full spread.
post #4983 of 6207
7_rocket; very nice ensemble, the resulting look is restrained yet very sleek. I just wish SuSu's trousers were higher rise and a little more roomier from waist to ankle, so they'd drape better (my subjective opinion).
post #4984 of 6207
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Originally Posted by spiermackay View Post


On the returns. If the suit is your first suit purchase and not a final sale item. The we'll pick up the return at no charge. Pretty simple. We send a prepaid UPS label.

 

Oh for some reason I read it was difficult, oh well...I got a SCREAMING deal anyway.

 

Can't wait to buy more from you if the suits work out.

post #4985 of 6207

Damn I always forget to check the "Casual Shirt" section, I totally would have added this to my recent order.

 

http://www.spierandmackay.com/product_information/3712_purple__blue_aberdeen_check___contemporary

 

 

 

 

PS, I still get the slow loading while changing pages too, looking forward to the new site launch.

post #4986 of 6207
the sale runs through the end of tomorrow?
post #4987 of 6207
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Originally Posted by CanadaCal View Post


I actually ended up with 4 pairs of these this weekend as they fit me perfectly and I'm assuming slim would be too slim. Disappointed to see they won't be reproduced in these measurements.
post #4988 of 6207
Got my first S&M suit this weekend. If it works out, they can be my new go-to. Alteration cost is very reasonable.
post #4989 of 6207
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by easy_golfing View Post

the sale runs through the end of tomorrow?

 

Correct. 11:59 pm EST today.

 

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Originally Posted by chiggyv View Post


I actually ended up with 4 pairs of these this weekend as they fit me perfectly and I'm assuming slim would be too slim. Disappointed to see they won't be reproduced in these measurements.

 

The Contemporary thigh on the current batch of chinos is almost identical to the slim. That's the issue with them in the first place. If you fit the contemporary comfortably now, the slim will probably work just as well. If you picked up in shop, I suggest to try a pair.

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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by dappercanadian View Post

Here's what I'm talking about in regards to the chino buttonholes. (both the S&M and BB are brand new, unworn, never washed or dried). I have another pair of the S&M chinos that I've worn a lot, great pants aside from the same buttonhole issue.
 

 

Well noted on this point. Already discussed with the factory.

post #4991 of 6207
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Originally Posted by pmestrad View Post

Hey guys, i typically buy non-iron shirts for convenience. How much ironing do S&M shirts typically require? I know fabric type makes a difference, but are there any of you guys who never iron your shirts? I know this is lazy of me and the simple answer is just to iron them but I am just curious.

I am a fan of non-iron shirts as well.

However, for must-iron shirts, I'd say S&M are up there in terms of value for money.
post #4992 of 6207
Here's another vote for adding some non-irons into the mix... at least in the MTM program...please, Rick?
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Don't forget that non-iron fabrics are treated with nasty formaldehyde-based chemicals, useful feature though it may be.
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Originally Posted by spiermackay View Post
 

 

Correct. 11:59 pm EST today.

 

 

The Contemporary thigh on the current batch of chinos is almost identical to the slim. That's the issue with them in the first place. If you fit the contemporary comfortably now, the slim will probably work just as well. If you picked up in shop, I suggest to try a pair.

 

Thanks for the info. I'll stop by today and consider the slims.

post #4995 of 6207
Would also be in for some non-irons. Whatever they're treated with, it's worth it for a shirt that looks like you just picked it up from the dry cleaner after 10 hours of wear.
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