Suitsupply NYC

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

  1. Kelvin0683

    Kelvin0683 Well-Known Member

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    J.Crew or Brooks Brothers for sure. They're both within the same price range with BB being a tad more expensive. Definitely go get measured in store first because my dimensions are similar to yours and I wear a 34 in SuitSupply and a 36 in J.Crew.
     


  2. DFWWingnut

    DFWWingnut Senior member

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    Check out Spier and Mackay. www.spiermackay.com - great value.
     


  3. Penny_pants

    Penny_pants Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, can't imagine being a 34 but worth getting measured just incase.

    I forgot about them thanks!
     


  4. jeep364

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    I wear a 32 in Suitsupply (Napoli fits well in the chest OTR, Havana was too tight). In J Crew my chest fits a 34 or 36.
     


  5. sargeinaz

    sargeinaz Well-Known Member

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    Anyone have experience with suit supply's trousers? Are they worth the 180ish that they cost? Seems like trousers are either super expensive like 350+ or under 100. Need to grab some basic grey/navy/brown trousers and was debating these or Jcrew Bowery or possibly Howard Yount.
     
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  6. Michael81

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    The Brentwood fit is definitely a step up from their suit trousers. But you may have to size up because the thighs are way too tight - at least, they were for me. In my case this added about €40 to the cost. But if you can stomach the possibility of hidden costs and the relatively low rise, they're quite nice.

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    Which jacket is that?
     


  8. Michael81

    Michael81 Senior member

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    It's a Havana, of course. And by 'Havana' I mean, 'Biella'.

    To be honest, it's not really a great jacket if you're slim. I ended up getting rid of it because it made me look rather pear-shaped.
     


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