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I just bought a fairly unstructured jacket from SS. My first purchase there. I usually can't buy OTR, but their drop is aggressive enough that w/ some tailoring i made it work. Sportcoat out of a nice VBC cloth, came out at like 540 including tax (Los Angeles taxes suck).Any opinions on Suitsupply for these (as opposed to suits)?
My jacket / shoulders OTR comes out to a 46 and I wear a 35 trouser. Almost all American OTR stuff is like...Drop 5 or 6 and wouldn't come close to working for either of us.My jacket size is 40 but my waist only 31. Do you have a similar drop and find SS to be especially good for you?
SARTORIALE is a US company, who ships from an EU warehouse. So you don't need to worry about customs when ordering from us. Let me know, if you have any questions about our products.Thanks for all the suggestions guys. I’ll dig through them. The Boglioli look great but out of my price range. My hope was to find some nice ones in the $300 or so range, if indeed it’s possible to find good quality there. Sartoriale looks like a US company? I prefer something in Europe to avoid paying the crazy EU import tariffs. Yoox is something I hadn’t thought of for this but looks good.
I have never bought a casual blazer before and come from formal suits and blazers where it’s critical to do tailoring. Is it common to just go with off the rack for casual or is fit really just as important as for suits? Just curious what you guys do for fit since can’t try on buying online.