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Suitsupply NYC

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

  1. ericH123

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  3. Trompe le Monde

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    if you want separates just do their MTM
     
  4. Monkeyface

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    Didn't see it before, but this suit is great too, brown check with purple and yellow details.
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    There are at least 6 suits in the new collection that I'd love to get: This one, navy birdseye sienna, DB vest brown check lazio, DB vest striped blue lazio, blue donegal tweedish blue madison and the pink soho.
     
  5. dufferin1

    dufferin1 Senior member

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    What was the MTM price ranges again?
     
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    It's hard because the best fabric for wearing the suit as separates would be the Lazio - the herringbone on the Havana makes it more suited for suiting (heh) - whereas the Havana jacket is awesome as a SC.

    Shit, the Havana is actually a really great cut for suiting and then wearing as separates. All of my SuitSupply SC's are Havana, FWIW.
     
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    the havana line is really great... i wish i pulled the trigger on the grey plaid number earlier... it's OOS :(

    the only bad part is that it's a TAD wide in the chest, but not a deal breaker
     
  10. emiristol

    emiristol Senior member

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    Yeah it's a bit of a toss-up. I'm trying to find something similar to the jacket in this photo:

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    Takahiro Osaki of Liverano & Liverano
     
  11. PapaRubbery

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    Holy titties that's amazing. Go for it dude!

    I might have to get one for myself! Haha!
     
  12. CousinDonuts

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    Depends on if you would rather wear a herringbone coat or a textured coat. FWIW, I have a brown herringbone tweed SC , and I feel like I have to wear only solid shirts underneath. I also have a grey tweed SC that is just rough textured like the Lazio you quote, and it's a little easier to change up the shirts.
     
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  13. CousinDonuts

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    Been awhile since someone put up a suitsupply pic just because, so here is what I'm wearing today. Napoli that I bought in spring 2012. (excuse the slightly fuzzy pic, I am teaching my 3.5yo girls to hold the camera steady). Yes, I know that I need to pull my pants up. Cheers.


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  14. TM79

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    +1. I have a nice brown herringbone but end up only wearing solid shirts with it
     
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    Stock Update: I Have covered my costs for the trip, so now looking to liquidate my stock! If your a size 38R and you haven't already had a look... You can see here what is available... https://www.dropbox.com/sh/9inwxdudrupqoo4/eQCTf0yBmj

    40L Washington Half SCs
    42S Washington in gray
    44S Washington in gray

    44R Napoli in charcoal, light gray and mid gray.

    All prices are extremely reasonable, roughly £120-140 for the suits.
    PM me if you might be interested.

    Thanks
     
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  16. Holdfast

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    I wanted a new linen suit, so thought I'd give the cream Soho a whirl, while also getting this blue one which I regretted not buying when I first tried it on a while back. The blue is great (I knew it would be) but I would not recommend the cream suit at all. Colour & fit are perfect, but the material is damn lightweight/sheer that the trousers are basically see-through. Ridiculously so, and unwearable.

    Anyway, I'm returning it. Quick & silly question: the package came with a smaller box, which I presumed was for returns, but I would have to leave out the hanger & garment bag due to space limitations. For those of you who've returned stuff, is that OK, or do I have to reuse the massive suit-sized box it came originally in?! The returns instructions are ambiguous but appear to imply the latter which seems stupid.
     
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  17. Tony Montana

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    You should definitely use the big box! (They only use the smaller boxes to prevent the suits/jackets from moving around.)
    Why would it seem stupid?
     
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    Thanks for the reply; I'll use the big one then.

    It just seems excessive to me, given that the item is going need to be checked over & presumably pressed nicely by them before being resold anyway. I can understand shipping to the customer in a big box, to prevent too much creasing and so it's generally pretty on arrival, but it seems less costly & more environmentally friendly to ship returns back in as small a box as possible given they'll need to press it again anyway. It's also easier in terms of sending it back if, like me, you keep an irregular/unpredictable schedule and therefore don't want to commit to a collection time and want to drop off the package instead. I don't know how it works in the USA, but over here, many UPS drop-off points within other shops have a size limit and so for bigger items you need to go to a dedicated UPS centre. That happens to only be 15-20 minutes from me so it's no problem, but I can imagine it being a nuisance for others.

    Thanks again for the reply.
     
  19. Tony Montana

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    Well, assuming most people treat the suits/jackets the same way they would in a store (just try them on for a few minutes and not wear them long hours) I doubt they have to press many of the returned suits. Maybe some of the linen ones.
     
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    If the 42S washington is still avail i want it!!
     

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