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Green double breasted suit is beautiful. Was already planning on doing a custom made for f/w with a dark green flannel. I’ll probably just use the same fabric and do something very similar. Darker buttons and pleated shoulders. Not sold on double breasted though as I tend to not wear those in my wardrobe that much but it looks really good
 

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Does anyone know if their return policy is applicable on custom made (MtM) in store, as it’s applicable on web store ordered custom mades?
Received my new trousers, which are the first made using their new (non Munro) system. They weren’t at all like my previous ones. Much tighter throughout the legs and with a lower waist...
 

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Does anyone know if their return policy is applicable on custom made (MtM) in store, as it’s applicable on web store ordered custom mades?
Received my new trousers, which are the first made using their new (non Munro) system. They weren’t at all like my previous ones. Much tighter throughout the legs and with a lower waist...
Yes, their return policy applies to all custom made whether it's web store or in store.
 

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Hi all

Is anyone here willing to let go his barely worn Suitsupply Peak Lapel / Shawl Lapel Tuxedo in size 38R ?

Thanks
 

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First drops of the new season online!
Could you try to dig up some upcoming waistcoats? They only have 1 new one up so far. It’s the only category I am interested in in the upcoming months as I am all set with everything else for a while
 

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I saw that "lowering trouser rise" is an offered tailoring option, after taking a quick glance at their inhouse tailoring service list. Just curious, is this something that's possible without making the trousers looking weird?
 
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Anyone looking to part with some 36 waist trousers?

Preferably 36 waist with side tabs, but open to all options out there, if any.
 

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Who can help me with regards to trouser cuts - do Soho and Brentwood differ in terms of width and leg room? Which one is less slim-fit? Suitsupply doesn't offer the exact measurements and I am not too keen on visiting the shop at the moment.

I own two mid-grey Soho's (one flannel and both have enough leg room for my body type and taste, but I wouldn't want to go slimmer. I like the single pleat of the Brentwood, so I am eyeing at this one. Also, what do you think about the light grey flannel for the colder season? Too modern/trendy or acceptable from the average styleforum point of view?
(Soho on the left, Brentwood on the right)
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Who can help me with regards to trouser cuts - do Soho and Brentwood differ in terms of width and leg room? Which one is less slim-fit? Suitsupply doesn't offer the exact measurements and I am not too keen on visiting the shop at the moment.

I own two mid-grey Soho's (one flannel and both have enough leg room for my body type and taste, but I wouldn't want to go slimmer. I like the single pleat of the Brentwood, so I am eyeing at this one. Also, what do you think about the light grey flannel for the colder season? Too modern/trendy or acceptable from the average styleforum point of view?
(Soho on the left, Brentwood on the right)
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Brentwood is a higher rise and I found it roomy when I went up in size. It's still slim but I'd say better than the Soho.

Light grey flannel is a classic.
 

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Who can help me with regards to trouser cuts - do Soho and Brentwood differ in terms of width and leg room? Which one is less slim-fit? Suitsupply doesn't offer the exact measurements and I am not too keen on visiting the shop at the moment.

I own two mid-grey Soho's (one flannel and both have enough leg room for my body type and taste, but I wouldn't want to go slimmer. I like the single pleat of the Brentwood, so I am eyeing at this one. Also, what do you think about the light grey flannel for the colder season? Too modern/trendy or acceptable from the average styleforum point of view?
(Soho on the left, Brentwood on the right)
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Soho is their slimmest fit, Brentwood and Bolzano have a higher rise, and are more roomie in the hip and thigh area, but pretty slim in the calf. The Brescia is their standard fit, which is slimmer in the hip/thigh than Brentwood, but pretty much the same or even bigger in the calf.

I know you mentioned you didn't want to go to the store, but a quick tip for anyone who are looking for trousers. You can make a custom made trouser in store, and change some measurements when making them, like waist, thigh, knee and foot. This is then made during production, so you basically get a MTM-trouser based on any existing trousers (like the Brentwood). If you go "Full MTM", it is based on the Brescia fit. The cost is the same, which is something like 20-30€ more than the RTW pants. Since all alterations are included in Custom Made, it usually ends up cheaper anyway.
 

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Soho is their slimmest fit, Brentwood and Bolzano have a higher rise, and are more roomie in the hip and thigh area, but pretty slim in the calf. The Brescia is their standard fit, which is slimmer in the hip/thigh than Brentwood, but pretty much the same or even bigger in the calf.

I know you mentioned you didn't want to go to the store, but a quick tip for anyone who are looking for trousers. You can make a custom made trouser in store, and change some measurements when making them, like waist, thigh, knee and foot. This is then made during production, so you basically get a MTM-trouser based on any existing trousers (like the Brentwood). If you go "Full MTM", it is based on the Brescia fit. The cost is the same, which is something like 20-30€ more than the RTW pants. Since all alterations are included in Custom Made, it usually ends up cheaper anyway.
Because of posters like you, this thread is alive!
 

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Soho is their slimmest fit, Brentwood and Bolzano have a higher rise, and are more roomie in the hip and thigh area, but pretty slim in the calf. The Brescia is their standard fit, which is slimmer in the hip/thigh than Brentwood, but pretty much the same or even bigger in the calf.

I know you mentioned you didn't want to go to the store, but a quick tip for anyone who are looking for trousers. You can make a custom made trouser in store, and change some measurements when making them, like waist, thigh, knee and foot. This is then made during production, so you basically get a MTM-trouser based on any existing trousers (like the Brentwood). If you go "Full MTM", it is based on the Brescia fit. The cost is the same, which is something like 20-30€ more than the RTW pants. Since all alterations are included in Custom Made, it usually ends up cheaper anyway.
Such great information!
 

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