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post #2521 of 3209

Um, everytime I take my jacket off

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post #2522 of 3209
Deal with it.
post #2523 of 3209

OK, if you aren't going to answer my question, don't bother. I don't need your attitude. I don't care if you are a "Senior Member".

post #2524 of 3209
Go with your own opinion. If YOU think the lining is tacky and are conscience about people seeing it, then change it.

My original answer was "who gives a fuck". Who cares what the lining is. If you do, then change it. Shit isn't rocket science, bud.
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LorenzL:

I must say your site is excellent, I consistent find good information, and you are very timely with the coupons.

Keep up the good work.

thanks StormRider, glad you like it!
post #2526 of 3209
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Make the lining the superhero one? Why return the raincoat, they have a money back guarantee, i am looking for a coat like that

I meant change from the Superhero you linked. Contrast is fine but I don't care for the pattern. The bright yellow raincoat is a little garish as well. IMO.
post #2527 of 3209

The bottom of the armpit on my suit is extremely low, and the jacket is on the long side. Because im on a military base, I had it shipped to another address, which was then in turn shipped to me. Its now past the 14 day return/remake limit and im left with an unwearable suit. The pants and shirt I bought fit great. Not worth $700 though. I really hope something can be done about this; it was my first complete suit I bought for myself... Id take it to a tailor, but im pretty sure the issue of the arm holes renders it unfixable. Any suggestions would be great, im just waiting on CS to reply to my inquiry 

post #2528 of 3209

Anyone have experience with their trench coats? Pics on their site make it look pretty decent. I've been looking for a slimmer and shorter trench and the only one I've liked so far is $2000 from Burberry...

post #2529 of 3209
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On top of that, it would be nice to be able to dictate armhole shape, button stance, and a few other variables. 

 

 

I may be mistaken, but I believe you can request (via email or phoning their CS) "higher armholes" and "lower button stance."  Not entirely specific or exact, but at least you can hope to get more desirable results compared to the usual low armholes and higher button stance.

post #2530 of 3209

Ya that's what their PR guy told me. It would be nice to have that on the order form as there is so much other info that even guys who would know to ask for those options may forget it in the midst of everything else.

post #2531 of 3209
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Ya that's what their PR guy told me. It would be nice to have that on the order form as there is so much other info that even guys who would know to ask for those options may forget it in the midst of everything else.

 

Definitely agree.

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Anyone have experience with their trench coats? Pics on their site make it look pretty decent. I've been looking for a slimmer and shorter trench and the only one I've liked so far is $2000 from Burberry...

I don't, but have you looked at the Banana Republic's of the world for other ideas?
post #2533 of 3209
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I'm doing a three-part review on these guys. I was curious as to how good their stuff was so I could recommend it to clients. Anyway, from what I found so far just by ordering and not actually receiving the suit yet, they're a decent outfit. I had to talk to their PR guy a couple times to get specifics like lapel measurements and fabric consistency and it would be nice if those were offered on the site itself. On top of that, it would be nice to be able to dictate armhole shape, button stance, and a few other variables. If you're interested in following my reviews as I post them, you can start here.

 

I feel like IC is really two companies:  a marketing and customer service team that is very slick and reassuring, and a Chinese manufacturing company that does whatever they want, regardless of customer instructions.  The former does damage control for the latter.  That's why if you read through the thread, you will be reading about remakes.  They don't even try on the first attempt.  

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I feel like IC is really two companies:  a marketing and customer service team that is very slick and reassuring, and a Chinese manufacturing company that does whatever they want, regardless of customer instructions.  The former does damage control for the latter.  That's why if you read through the thread, you will be reading about remakes.  They don't even try on the first attempt.  

That's an interesting take. I've heard from people who received the suit and nothing fit right and other's who were stoked on it right out of the box. I'm curious to see exactly what it will be likely, especially since I was pretty meticulous in my measurements.

post #2535 of 3209

Got the remake today.  Armholes are still big - about 8 inches.  That's as good as they can do, unfortunately.  They did ok with the other measurements, though.  Not sure if I'm going to return it or not.  For $400, I shouldn't have to live with oversized armholes.

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