14? That's a tough one. I don't believe I've ever seen a size 14 shirt in any brand. We do have this one 14.5:
First post here.
I'm looking at the 44L Granoro suit and am wondering if it's going to work for me. I am pretty tall (6'4") and have large thighs (27" circumference at the widest part). My inseam is 34" and I wear a 17-36 shirt. My problem buying suits (especially with flat-front trousers) is that the trousers are typically pretty snug. I don't need baggy, but I need to be able to put keys and wallet in my pockets. I recently tried a 44L Hugo Boss that fit perfectly, except for the thighs, which couldn't be let out enough to make it work.
I'm also a little concerned that the jacket might not be long enough (body not sleeves). I don't really know how to measure my torso, though.
Tacking on to my last question...
I went suit shopping today to get a better feel for the fit of different cuts. So far, the best fitting jacket I have found was a Hugo Boss 44L. The trousers were way too tight in the thighs, though. I also went to Brooks Brothers and tried on one of their Fitzgerald suits (46L). The pants (flat front) fit great and the jacket was pretty good too, though the waist would need to come in a fair amount.
Not knowing how your suits fit in comparison to these, I'm wondering if a 44L will be big enough in the shoulders (I am very square-shouldered) and if the pants would fit at all. And unfortunately you don't seem to have anything in 46L other than a Maestro jacket, which I'm not as fond of due to the high button.
From a hard-to-fit guy...HELP!
I seem to be running into an odd situation- I'm about a 38-39" chest, and approximately a 17-17.5" shoulder, so I should be ordering a 38, which is fine. But the measurements seem to indicate that I'd be closet to a 38L than R- or maybe I'm just expecting a more traditional cut, and these jackets are cut just an inch or so on the short side? I'm 5'10 for reference