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There’s plenty of people who wear suits on my campus, We still sold plenty of wedding suits in 2020, I was one of the people who bought one, I also know personally of 2 mtm suit companies that opened up shop this year, one of them is my buddy Robert from gent styleHow much of this is because everyone postponed their weddings in 2020 and then had them in 2021 instead? I don't think we can say this is the result of a CM revival. Looking around, it's easy to see that hardly anyone is wearing tailored clothing day-to-day right now
I really like this jacket, but I am also interested in the Moon Brown Herringbone English Sport Coat. I am unsure which one would get more use
Well I’d say a brown herringbone will be way more versatile than this. But the specific brown hunting coat? Not so sure, it’s a whole different style and aesthetic. You’d need a different type of wardrobe to pull that off I’d think. Perhaps a brown herringbone through MTO or the dark brown hopsack would be betterI really like this jacket, but I am also interested in the Moon Brown Herringbone English Sport Coat. I am unsure which one would get more use
As a Toronto local, the store is handy for saving on shipping costs and easy returns.Woah, that is very exciting.
This right here is the main reason I’m not getting super excited about having a store in NYC and possibly Houston. They usually only have one (or two) or the RTW sport coats and suits made in the size I wear. And guess what? I know there’s at LEAST four or five of y’all in my size on this forum. And that’s just this forum.As a Toronto local, the store is handy for saving on shipping costs and easy returns.
TBH I end up buying online 99% of the time because things sell out so damn fast. The last few times I've been in and requested an item I've been told to just buy it online as they don't know where it is or if my size is in stock.
Instagram is your best betHas anyone had difficulty contacting SM during the past few weeks? I cancelled an order for two pair of pants and since the order had not left their Toronto facility, SM cancelled the UPS shipment.
Unfortunately, they didn't cancel the order, so my money has not been refunded. Several emails and a phone call have gone unanswered. Not to offset all of the love for SM, but I'm not impressed (at all) with the lack of customer service.
Thanks for any insights!
+1. MTO would be a tough pill for me, given that it would still require alterations (my frame's fault, not SM's) after the fact. That extra $100ish + the upcharge to full canvas would put me close enough to where I'd likely just opt for a fully custom shop instead.This right here is the main reason I’m not getting super excited about having a store in NYC and possibly Houston. They usually only have one (or two) or the RTW sport coats and suits made in the size I wear. And guess what? I know there’s at LEAST four or five of y’all in my size on this forum. And that’s just this forum.
I like that the RTW cuts fit me fairly well. And I can return if it didn’t get cut right or if I don’t like it once it’s in my possession (because the stock photos are not great). They’ll get a lot less of my business if this turns into an MTO-only option for me. That’s the sad truth.