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Thank you kindly. The jacket is what would classically be considered the 'correct' length; i.e., it bisects my body in the middle. Note the way it clings to my hips; it's a very elegant silhouette. Longer jackets just look better in my opinion.The Washington looks great on you. It does strike me that the jacket must be longer than most people would prefer, but the proportion does look good in this length.
Just curious, do you have extremely long legs or are you just super tall in general?
Yes. I definitely love the classic silhouette that achieves the 50-50 proportion. I think the shorter arms does give the impression that the jacket looks long but it does not in reality at all.Thank you kindly. The jacket is what would classically be considered the 'correct' length; i.e., it bisects my body in the middle. Note the way it clings to my hips; it's a very elegant silhouette. Longer jackets just look better in my opinion.
I'm 6'2, so not freakishly tall by any stretch. I suppose I have long legs, but I also have a long torso and slightly shorter arms. That complicates things a little.
I ultimately went to the Brookfield Place location, just to avoid the crowds at SoHo. I can't compare it to SoHo, but I'll warn future readers that the service is realllllly hit and miss. Some people are competent, others are...not. I would advise not using their alterations service for anything other than trivial changes (e.g. hem), because you can't trust the floor employees to measure/pin things. At all. Suitsupply makes a good product, but at the end of the day, you're still dealing with floor employees who might work at a Men's Wearhouse.I've visited the Brookfield Place location once and it's safe to say its a much smaller store and isn't worth visiting unless you happen to work or be close by in the area.