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

  1. Mr Engineer

    Mr Engineer Senior member

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    I recently recieved a Havana and returned it becuase it was too tight,especially at the arms. Havana is the slimmest fit jacket so I would suggest going up a size.
     


  2. CousinDonuts

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    SS does certainly seem to be inconsistent with the sizes they share. I've found emailing customer service to be a good way to fill in measurement gaps.
     


  3. Jr Mouse

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    The measurements on the website and descriptions available make the Washington look the slimmest. Interesting to see people here say otherwise.



    Yeah, I will do that.

    I wish they had a bigger selection of jackets this season. This will be my first time buying from them, but have followed the brand for a while. Remember seeing more choices in the past.
     
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  4. CousinDonuts

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    I just checked the website for the first time in a few weeks and saw a couple of new copenhagen plaid jackets. I really really wish they would come out with a standard issue navy blazer. Something right down the middle, perhaps London or Lazio fit, regular flap (not hacking) pockets, no ticket pocket, standard notch lapel, in center and double vent. I guess that isn't popular enough in Europe to warrant an "always available" run?
     
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  5. Jr Mouse

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    I love the patch pockets on the Havana, but wish the button stance was a little lower.
     


  6. Mr Engineer

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    I have a Washington and the Havana is by much slimmer than the Washington. I couldn't flex my arm muscles without having it feel like it was about to rip.
     


  7. Jr Mouse

    Jr Mouse Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Did you end up sizing up on the Havana and if so did that work out for you?
     


  8. Mr Engineer

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    I actually didn't like it as much as I thought I would overall so I exchanged it for a Blue Double Breasted Soho. Just came in today [​IMG]
     


  9. Connemara

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    I think I'm leaning Lazio. I like the Havana and the Roma, but the short jackets and patch pockets make it hard for me to wear at work (conservative environment).
     


  10. Omar1223

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    conne, why lazio?
     


  11. Connemara

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    Napoli looks too structured, especially in the shoulders. From what I can tell the Lazio is like one degree removed from that.
     


  12. GloStiX

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    Want to confirm some things:

    What is their smallest size: 34S, 36S?
    What is their tightest fit: Washington?

    I am seeking the absolute smallest suit they make, non-MTM.
     


  13. f-tard

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    hi guys. just picked up a washington and was hoping to get some feedback on the fit and color. considering this is out of the box with no alterations, overall fit seems pretty good. shoulders square up well and only a slight divot on left shoulder. there's some slight pulling in the waist of the jacket also and in excess in the back below neck, but overall I'm impressed by the untouched fit. I think the pants are fine, they just need to be pressed and hemmed. what do you guys think (besides my sloppy wrinkled shirt)?

    also i'm a bit tentative on the color. i only have a charcoal suit in the wardrobe and really wanted a nice navy suit. this one has a hint of purple/bright blue during daytime (website shows it best). given that i only have one suit in the arsenal, i really wanted a classic navy for versatility. i dont' have enough to pull for two suits right now. do you think i'll regret this color choice if i go for it? I really wish suit supply had a more classic navy washington right now. thanks!

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  15. Mr Engineer

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    From tight to loose:
    Havana
    Washington
    Lazio
    Soho
    La Spalla
    Sienna
    Sevilla
    Napoli
     


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