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SPIER & MACKAY - Official Affiliate Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by spiermackay, Mar 14, 2014.

  1. spiermackay

    spiermackay Affiliate Vendor Affiliate Vendor

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    I'll see if I can put up a pic of the grey flannel. These were both $500 CAD, using a dead stock cloth that we had kicking around. Most sportcoats are in the $450 -$550 range for Half Canvas.
     


  2. spiermackay

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    Here is the Herringbone Flannel. Again it's a 3 Roll 2.5. Full Canvas.

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    That is beautiful.
     


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    It is indeed beautiful! With slightly larger lapels, it'd be even sweeter! Can't wait to see S&M new releases to come!
     


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    I just received the Navy hopsack blazer, size 42. I'm very happy with it overall, and upon initial views of myself in the mirror, I was thinking it only needed a slight sleeve adjustment and some waist tapering. However, after taking a few pictures, I am now concerned that it appears fairly chopped for my body. Am I doomed to waiting for S&M to make long sizes more available in order to get an extra inch in the body? Or is this something that can work? I was really looking forward to ordering two suits in the bundle this week if the blazer had fit well.

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    Apologies for the phone pics and wrinkled pants.
     


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    While a bit on the shorter side I think the jacket fits you well. Shorter jackets have been the style for a while.

    Essentially if I was going MTM I'd request a longer jacket if I were you. For OTR I think it is a really good fit and the jacket looks good on you.

    Do you guys offer a MTM overcoat?
     


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    If you could get some shots of yourself
    +1 on good lighting. If he's not handsome he can crop his head out and that should suffice. See if they'll let you go outside and take some pics in the shade @jdrizzy
     


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    I was just kidding. But it goes without saying that QUALITY pictures and lighting will make the customer make easier decisions.

    Off top of my head I know Epaulet and Wolf vs Goat do this very well. They have normal guys modelling their attire. It's always a gamble when buying clothes online.

    But I'll say that the stock pics that SPier and Mackay have up are bang on. Just wish they would expand on social media and have more pics of their product
     


  9. spiermackay

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    Yes. We've done a few this year that turned out really amazing.
     


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    Alright folks, cropped my mug outta these photos because 7 rocket has me all self conscious haha. Just playing.

    Spent about an hour or so changing into most of their current season and some sportcoats that rick brought out.

    Excuse my beater shoes / socks and pants on the ground. Also, the fit on some of the pants arent the best as i just grabbed them off the rack. Im a 38 Slim OTR , and they all come 6 drop, and im more of a 8 drop. Some of the pants, like the 3 peices I was able to swap to a 30 Slim and they fit much better for me ( I like slim with no breaks, so some of you may not like the photos).

    Thought I was going to get kicked out aince I was spending so much time in there.

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    Bright Blue Medium I think

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    Dark Brown Birdseye/nailheadish

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    Brown HerringboneSportcoat

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    Navy blazer sportcoat

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    herrinbone pants 30 slim - Might buy these, not sure yet, oops not herringbone, these are flannel houndstooth!!

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    Navy ( Same with charcoal)
     
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    What is the rise on the pants jDRIZZY? Some of them seem really low IMO.
     


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    thanks @jdrizzy

    @spiermackay I like the buttoning position of those suits. They look very nice.
     


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    Heyo, good question man. I wasn't wearing a belt the whole time ( I would have gone insane putting on a belt 20 times), but i'm guessing it was around 10"? somewhere around there. I remember it was a bit below my navel/belly button. ( sorry I can't get an exact number)

    Np Field. Sorry If the colours are not exactly on point. I was actually checking out the custom after I tried OTR, and I might have something commisioned soon. Loving that herringbone style that was posted earlier. I'm actually like a 37 Slim, but I think the 38 fit me pretty well.
     
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    Thanks for taking all the pics jdrizzy. I just ordered the navy SC before I saw these, but it confirmed that I want it. I think I also want the grey hounds tooth pants after seeing them in your pics. I didn't like them as much in S+M's pics but they look great.

    Also that herringbone SC is beautiful.
     
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    This herringbone pants you've tried look great. Get them.
     


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