Suitsupply NYC

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

  1. OTCtailor

    OTCtailor Senior member

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    Good MTM won't charge for alterations because it's built into the profit structure and hopefully won't need any on the backend
     


  2. donjuan17

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    Just pulled the trigger on this bad boy!


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    Feedback?
     


  3. Monkeyface

    Monkeyface Senior member

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    Suitsupply is RTW.
     


  4. OTCtailor

    OTCtailor Senior member

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    I'm aware of that. Was drawing a comparison to explain why they can't just cover alterations.
     


  5. Monkeyface

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    My bad, totally agree with you though.
     


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    I've had my eye on this one and the Havana brown check - looks pretty nice. Hopefully that color is pretty accurate once you see it in person.
     


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    if it fits you, it is a great jacket for summer.

    Yesterday I received another SOHO, but didn't quite like it, so sending it back.
    I think I am done with the summer-collection now, hope FW13 pre-sale starts soon. A Lazio in navy with a nice windowpane would be a winner :slayer:
     


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    +1 on the windowpane. That and a light grey flannel...
     


  9. PapaRubbery

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    Any SF'ers near Roermond?

    Will pay for them to go in and buy everything in a 24. And a 48 for odd jackets.

    It's either that, or I fly out from Australia and do it myself!
     


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    if so, i'm giving you a list! [​IMG]
     


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    just checked some flights. Tickets would be ~120€, then I need a rental car (~30€) and some gas (~15€).

    I think I will do it. Have to tell my wife first, though :embar:
     


  14. PapaRubbery

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    Mate if I go I'm going with an empty suitcase and filling that baby up!

    If you are serious about this, and would be willing to proxy some gear for me, I will obviously pay you for your time. Tell your wife that men on the internet are paying for you both to go on a shopping holiday. Bring her too (twice the luggage!). She'll love it, I'm sure!
     


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    I am pretty sure you could more than recoup the travel expenses on the BS-section.
     


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