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Suitsupply NYC

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

  1. jtorres94

    jtorres94 Well-Known Member

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    This is exactly what I did. I Prefer the Lazio this way.
     
  2. monkeynuts

    monkeynuts Well-Known Member

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    spandexter - what kind of pocket square fold is that (i like it alot)
     
  3. pmestrad

    pmestrad Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys, anyone with experience with this jacket? Thinking of second handing one and was curious what the consensus is on it. It is C907 for the record. Was an outlet item.
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  4. Spandexter

    Spandexter Well-Known Member

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    Thanks. Lapel is 3.25 inches at the widest point.


    I just picked it up in the middle, folded it over and stuffed it in! Sorry, I'm not much help...
     
  5. Osiris2012

    Osiris2012 Well-Known Member

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    And from this day, it twas known as the spandexter fold.
     
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  6. KWang94

    KWang94 Well-Known Member

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    Quote:He already has a collar named after him so why not? LOL
     
  7. Gabru

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    Thanks
     
  8. sansimeon

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    I have it, what do you want to know?
     
  9. Kimistry

    Kimistry Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys,

    Just got my jacket back from the tailor who was supposed to lengthen the sleeves. What seems weird to me is that it appears like he just lengthened the front part of the sleeves and didn't lengthen the back part (where the buttons are), but I'm not sure. When compared to my shirt cuffs, they have this weird slant. It probably looks worse in person. Is that supposed to be normal?

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  10. pmestrad

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    What do you think of the color? Formal? Informal? Versatile? It seems like a brown jacket with an interesting color to it and was just curious on the formality and versatility mainly. Do you like the jacket and wear it frequently?
     
  11. pmestrad

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    What do you think of the color? Formal? Informal? Versatile? It seems like a brown jacket with an interesting color to it and was just curious on the formality and versatility mainly. Do you like the jacket and wear it frequently?
     
  12. suitrama

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    Hello everyone. How do you guys think this Napoli jacket fits around the upper body? Size is 42R.



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    Thanks.
     
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  13. sansimeon

    sansimeon Well-Known Member

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    IMO it's quite informal, not only due to the color but also the texture and of course the unstructured patch pocket construction. The fabric is pretty thin and it is unlined.

    I like it a lot and usually wear it with an ocbd and sand colored moleskins or raw denim in a business casual setting.

    Fabric close up (next to the Havana burgundy soft tweed, which is substantially thicker)

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  14. phsiao08

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    Style question! Choosing between two navy spring layering pieces, does anyone have a strong preference either way? [​IMG]
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  15. Mr Engineer

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  16. clarksdb

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    I only have a Washington suit and I am trying to dial in my fit for the other fits. Are you guys constantly the same size among the SuitSupply fits?

    Right now I am considering La Spella, Hudson, Lazio and Sienna.
     
  17. jbarwick

    jbarwick Well-Known Member

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    I vary between 40L and 42R. 40L Napoli and Havana while my Washington is a 42. I do have a 42 Havana but it required a TON of work and fits a little looser but it is more of a casual sport coat and works with layering.
     
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  18. Bespoke DJP

    Bespoke DJP Well-Known Member

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    Dear @phsiao08

    I believe that the first is far more versatile since IMHO it does not only function as a layer, but it can also be an external garment, even with jeans and sweatpants!

    As far as the latter is concerned, I find it far more stylish - being a DB - but for layering only!

    Cheers,

    Dimitris
     
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  19. Mr Clemson

    Mr Clemson Well-Known Member

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    I go back and forth between a 36 and 38 in most of my SuSu jackets and suits, but typically I end up wearing a 36 in most (including Havana, Sienna, Jort) except for the Washington in which all of mine are a 38 for whatever reason. FWIW
     
  20. jbarwick

    jbarwick Well-Known Member

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    I always buy 2 sizes and return one. They make it so easy for returns, I don't see why you wouldn't.
     
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