Suitsupply NYC

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

  1. Pingu

    Pingu Member

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    they were pulled up and it looked like I didn't pull it up lol (and my tailor agreed it looked baggy) Below the knee is good, but the thigh area at the back of the leg had extra room as if they expect you to have a huge sagging ass.
    Chocsosa was dead on. I'm surprised he could tell from those crappy pictures.
     


  2. thedose

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    I should have been more clear, for the Napoli to fit good you have to have the physique for it - for instance on Chocsosa the Napoli fits beautifully, on myself the shoulder pads are too wide and it creates dimples, everything else fits me perfect (and that is why it frustrates me so much). Luckily the Lazio, Havana and Sienna fits are perfect on me...

    Pingu, post up some nice pics when you get a chance

    also CousinDonuts [​IMG]
     
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  3. spitshine123

    spitshine123 Senior member

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    I hope to see more conservative colors/fabrics in the Lazio for the spring!

    That being said, have any of you also been having trouble with their customer service/returns department? In my past few experiences, they have:

    -Sent me a suit for exchange when I asked for a refund
    -Sent me the wrong size for a suit
    -Not refunded my money to my account, despite confirming that they have received my suit >10 business days ago...

    These experiences are really leaving a sour taste in my mouth despite the great, great product
     


  4. yywwyy

    yywwyy Senior member

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    My experiences with their customer service has been nothing short of great. To note, I've always called them in person.


    P.S. Anyone still interested in the sold-out Merano coat? I got a new one for more than a ~$140 discount.
     


  5. thedose

    thedose Active Member

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    I have had nothing but top notch customer service as well.

    I ordered a Washington sportcoat and returned it, was refunded 2 days after they received it.

    I also had a suit sent in for alterations and it came back perfect
     


  6. katabatic

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    I thought they only did in-store alterations - do you mean you mailed an SS suit to Suit Supply to be altered?
     


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  8. thedose

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    They just pinned and told me the costs in store, the alterations I had done were too complex to do in-store (shorten sleeve from shoulder, shorten jacket length, shorten trousers with cuffs)

    Either way they did a fantastic job and I got it back shortly... The staff at the Georgetown spot were very helpful as well
     
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  9. katabatic

    katabatic Senior member

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    thedose - got it, thanks! I don't have the benefit of a Suit Supply store here in San Francisco :)
     


  10. omgitswes

    omgitswes Senior member

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    I'm looking into purchasing a navy suit from here in the next month or so.

    Right now I'm torn between the Lazio and Havanah. Which would you guys prefer?
     


  11. CousinDonuts

    CousinDonuts Senior member

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    Are you dressing for you or faceless people on the internet?
    (serious question, not trying to be a d$ck. for the record, I like both)
     


  12. steffenbp11

    steffenbp11 Senior member

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    Havana is more fashion forward ie shorter jacket and skinnier fit, whereas lazio is
    slightly more classic without being boxy. I own both and for me, lazio holds a slight advantage.
     
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  13. omgitswes

    omgitswes Senior member

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    Lazio sounds more like what I'm looking for then. Thanks
     


  14. quuz

    quuz Senior member

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    So I'm interning at an investment bank in Singapore this summer and am looking for a new suit or two.

    I already own a dark grey "conservative" suit from Rose & Born that fits me very well. Im lookng for an additional navy suit.

    What cut should I go for? Im currently trying to decide between the Sienna, Napoli, Havana or London cut:

    http://eu.suitsupply.com/suits/suit-blue-plain-napoli-p3458/P3458,en,pd.html?start=24&cgid=Suits
    http://eu.suitsupply.com/suits/suit...na-p2445/P2445,en,pd.html?start=30&cgid=Suits
    http://eu.suitsupply.com/suits/suit-blue-plain-havana-p3500/P3500,en,pd.html?start=14&cgid=Pre_Suits
    http://eu.suitsupply.com/suits/suit-blue-plain-london-p2529/P2529,en,pd.html?start=51&cgid=Suits

    At the same time I dont want something with too strong shoulders or boxy fit.
     


  15. realkingo

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    Don't really think you can do anything wrong with any of these.
    I myself will start working in Investment Banking soon and the grey and navy Napoli suit served me well during my internship.
    Just no peak-lapels, flashy pinstripes or other patterns and you should be fine.
    Although I would consider having at least 3-4 suits and dress shoes for the internship.
     


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