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davidazio

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Thanks for bringing this up! I wasn't aware of it. Some nice suits there, though the prices are tough. Do we have more alternative brand names other than Boggi and Piniparma for now?
Boggi I would honestly stay away from. Their suits are expensive for the quality, I find their entry level stuff to be priced at 2x the Suitsupply basics and to be far from as good

An interesting alternative is Lanieri, although they do MTM and not RTW. Their entry level stuff is fairly priced and comparable in quality to suitsupply, and allows for quite a bit of customization.

I'm also very curious to hear about other alternatives in Europe, I feel there is no one out there providing the same value as Suitsupply (especially in terms of wardrobe basics) as much as i am not a fan of the styling choices.
 

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Hi,

Have anyone here tried SuitSupplys Traveller Shirts and can comment on how they hold up versus other wrinkle free/resistant shirts?

I like that they are seemingly woven in a way to be wrinkle resistant, compared to being chemically treated which is the case for a lot of the alternatives, as afar as I understand it.

Many thanks
 

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Hi,

Have anyone here tried SuitSupplys Traveller Shirts and can comment on how they hold up versus other wrinkle free/resistant shirts?

I like that they are seemingly woven in a way to be wrinkle resistant, compared to being chemically treated which is the case for a lot of the alternatives, as afar as I understand it.

Many thanks
I have two, a navy and a light blue bengal. They are OK, both have an open weave and relatively thick fabric. They wrinkle but smooth out once on a hanger or worn, similarly to pique polo fabrics. Feel more natural than the no iron shirts I have from Boggi, which are not great to start with... Not sure I would recommend them, but then again I have never bene satisfied with Suitsupply shirts.
 

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I've made this mistake before. It may appear as more of a medium gray in person. If you want a proper charcoal grey suit, I would opt for anything labeled "dark grey", which they should have in Napoli and maybe Sienna.
Did you buy this specific jacket? It says "Lazio Dark Grey Jacket" and "Dark Grey Brescia Trousers" on the product page but the suit itself says "Lazio Grey Suit"

The suit seems to be a dark grey in the pics and the video but I was wondering if it was dark enough to be considered charcoal? Not sure what exactly qualifies as charcoal.
 

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I have that suit. It isn't "charcoal" but it is a very nice and conservative grey color. It is definitely a darker 'mid-grey' color.
 

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I have that suit. It isn't "charcoal" but it is a very nice and conservative grey color. It is definitely a darker 'mid-grey' color.
Okay, thanks. My first decent suit! I imagine it would be just as versatile as charcoal being a dark grey and seeing that I live in California.
 

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mr.invincible

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Posting these up again but lowered price.
$260+shipping (lower than what i paid for in the outlet)

HAVANA NAVY SUIT
38S
32 trousers
all new, only tried on.
 

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Marccarlsson

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Looks like you can see some of the new SS2020 items on the site now. They are all bunched together on this site together with a lot of older stuff.


Looks like the reason they lowered the price on the porto chinos is to introduce a new cotton pants, the "cotton soho"



Some other new stuff






 

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Yeah those cotton ones are not new, they are from last season.

The DB Solaro and the camel one are, though.
 

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