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Suitsupply NYC

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by musicguy, Jun 20, 2011.

  1. nathan

    nathan Well-Known Member

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    I know this was posted earlier in this thread by someone else, but thought I'd post again because it may be helpful.

    I contacted Suitsupply directly for measurements for the 38S in the Napoli cut. Here's what they provided.

    Waist: 39.0"
    Sleeve: 32.8"
    Chest: 42.7"
    Shoulder: 18.6"
    Length (BOC): 29.5"

    Hem: 7.9"
    Front rise: 8.6"
    Waist: 35.0"
    Inseam: 31.6"

    Based on the measurements, the Napoli in 38S seems to fit huge (43" chest and 35" waist!). Too bad they don't offer a 36S.
     
  2. Quadcammer

    Quadcammer Well-Known Member

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    the collar gaps a bit, but that could be due to the angle of your torso
     
  3. chocsosa

    chocsosa Well-Known Member

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    I think that's the measurement for a 42, not a 38... just checked the measurements on their website..
     
  4. New Shoes1

    New Shoes1 Well-Known Member

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    You've got to try them on and see what fits. For example, I took a look at the measurements e-mailed to me regarding the Sienna and Napoli and realized that the 44L Sienna has almost the same measurements as the 42L Napoli.
     
  5. jaymac10

    jaymac10 Active Member

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    Here are my two finished suits. I am NOT looking for your opinions, just two pictures for reference on the two styles...

    Sienna 42R
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    Napoli 42R
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    Cheers,

    Jay
     
  6. New Shoes1

    New Shoes1 Well-Known Member

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    JayMac10: The Napoli looks good. One unsolicited suggestion is to see how the Sienna in a 44R fits. The measurements Suit Supply e-mailed me for the 44L Sienna and the 42L Napoli were almost the same.
     
  7. kulata

    kulata Well-Known Member

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    @jay both jackets fit very well. Care to share the measurements for the 42r? I don't trust what they have on their site
     
  8. ItSuit

    ItSuit Active Member

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    I feel the pants are little long.
     
  9. jaymac10

    jaymac10 Active Member

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    Might look that way from the pictures, but they are not :D
     
  10. WhyAlwaysMe

    WhyAlwaysMe Well-Known Member

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    Here are 2 new jackets from Suitsupply. They are both RTW with no alterations made.


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  11. chocsosa

    chocsosa Well-Known Member

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    I just wish they would fix the dang sleeves.. I always have pitch issues with them on the front.. and its never both sleeves, its always the left arm that I have issues with.. apart from that its worked out awesome... way slimmer than my Canali and just slim as my Zegna's.. except the two Milano's that I have that have higher armholes and a tad slimmer shoulders..
     
  12. Dwarfer

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    Hi - thanks and very nice. What model and sizes are these?
     
  13. razl

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    +1 - please share details!
     
  14. Citan1145

    Citan1145 Well-Known Member

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    I get that they aren't too long if you like the full break look but the slim jackets kind of look odd with the big break on the pants. They do look too long and most people on here would tell you that but I would argue it is somewhat of a personal preference.


    You look in very good shape and I agree these jackets look good on you but I think they would both look better in a size up. The pinching at the waist would look alot better if you had a shaped waist and no stress at the buttoning point. While some may think this look implies you have a nice body and can wear things tight, I think it just looks like you are wearing a size too small and are bursting out :( I learned this for myself and you will like the jackets more in the long run if you had more room.
     
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  15. Dwarfer

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    Not to stir up any argument - but just offering my thoughts:

    1) Just wanted to point out that the Napoli seems to have a bit of a rope shoulder in it - for someone in your build I think that might be a bit too much generally they look a bit better in guys with smaller and much thinner build
    2) I know you like the pants length, but I do feel it's too long as well. Right now it is visually disrupting the length of your leg, giving the impression that you are a bit shorter than you are
    3) I don't believe there is a need to size up - the shoulder is sitting just right bit he size up it will be too big for him. Just my thoughts.
     
  16. Dwarfer

    Dwarfer Active Member

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    Well ya it helps too when WhyAlwaysMe seems to have one of those model bodies that looks good in anything :p
     
  17. WhyAlwaysMe

    WhyAlwaysMe Well-Known Member

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    I definitely don't have a body that looks good in anything.
    I have never found an RTW shirt with long enough sleeves for example, or pants that fit my waist and the length of my legs...

    Details on the jackets:
    Grey one:
    -Fall 2012 collection
    -Model: Italia
    -Wool/Cashmere
    -Size: 38R
    -Alterations: none

    Blue one:
    -Fall 2012 collection
    -Model: Washington
    -Wool by Angelico (it)
    -Size: 38R
    -Alterations: none
     
  18. PapaRubbery

    PapaRubbery Well-Known Member

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    How soft is the grey jacket? It's pretty nice!

    Any details on your height/weight. I bought a 38S in the Lazio cut which I think fits pretty nicely, just waiting on a 36R to compare. Will post pictures as well.

    I'm hardly a representation of fitness. Just short and slightly overweight!
     
  19. WhyAlwaysMe

    WhyAlwaysMe Well-Known Member

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    The grey one is not that soft, not much cashmere in it, maybe 10% max.
    I'm 6 ft 2 and weigh 187lbs.
     
  20. Fraiche

    Fraiche Well-Known Member

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    Anyone have any feedback on their standalone trousers?
     

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