Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by musicguy, Jun 20, 2011.
what do you mean? it looks like his has straight pockets.
The pockets are mostly obscured in that photo, but the Sienna model most definitely has hacking pockets - check Suit Supply's website.
I'm not runner skinny, and I have a fairly deep chest, and I find the Sienna to be just about right. It has a slimming profile without being tight on me. Unlike, say, the Washington or Roma, which I can't wear without sizing up.
Sienna has slanted ticket pockets. Not really an issue for me. i own a lot of suits both with and without and it's a minor detail..
Personally, I think the pants look pretty down the middle. Not nut hugging slim, but not full. But how you like your pants is a personal preference really, unless you really just like #beingdressedbytheinternet.
I think Suitsupplys pants cut is always a bit off. When the jacket fits nicely, pants most of the time are not...
Good to know. I'd love to try a SS suit, but I kind of want to wait until the Toronto store opens up so I can try them in person.
I think this has been covered somewhere in the previous 100+ pages of this thread, but can anyone explain the difference between the Napoli and Sienna fits and whether the Sienna is worth the ~$200 premium? Thanks
If you go to the website, there is a short video with the major differences between the two. The Sienna is a super 130's wool, with less shoulder padding and a ticket pocket. It also fits a bit slimmer as well. The Napoli is a 110's wool I am not well versed enough to know the major difference in quality although I am sure there is. I will let others comment on that.
If you're ever interested, I have a 40R Napoli that you can check out.
I was wondering if you guys have some good experiences with the suitsupply trousers? Are they similar in quality to the trousers which come with the suits? I'm asking this because I really like the linnen blue trousers with a nice cuff.
As you can see these trousers are from the soho-fit
Suitsupply do a pretty good job of explaining the different cuts on their site. As to the premium, well, ypu get nicer fabrics, lots of lovely details that only you will notice. You should ultimately buy the suit that fits you best. if that is the Napoli, good for you and your wallet. if it is the Sienna, spend that little bit extra. You will probably save it on the alterations bill anyway.
Pretty sure the Napoli is half canvas construction where as the Sienna is full canvas construction.
The Sienna is half-canvas -- the only full-canvas model in their RTW line is the Jort/La Spalla. The Sienna has hand-set shoulders & collar.
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