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Suitsupply NYC

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

  1. yywwyy

    yywwyy Senior member

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    I'm pretty sure Milano is typically 3-roll-2 (looks like two), unless they have different models for suits vs sport coats
     
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  2. ejquin

    ejquin Well-Known Member

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    Sorry, I meant Napoli
     
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    Can you ask the store to measure you to order the suit online and in turn pick up the suit in store?

    I know the store has a made to measure featuer for about $900+ but am unsure if I can something at the $500 pricepoint but not buy one off the rack?
     
  5. CousinDonuts

    CousinDonuts Senior member

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    You need to re-write this question with all the words that you meant to type.

    If you are asking if you can submit measurements online and then have the store order for you, I believe the answer is no. If you are looking for a sub $900 MTM price point, then you can use their Blue Line which is more around $600. For that service you have to be in the store as they put a suit on you and then note a handful of adjustments before sending the measurements to the factory.
     
  6. Feta

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    AHi guys!

    Just got a office job so I finally can choose what I should wear. Just ordered Copenhagen navy plain jacket in 54 and 56, looking forward to your advice. Will also order the Italia light grey jacket if the jackets fit. When I feel more comfortable I will order a couple of suits.

    Thank you very much for this thread and all the info :)
     
  7. filterq

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    I've bought a couple shirts. Both were extra slim fit. I fit well in their washington, and am guessing if you are built for that cut, then the extra slim fit would likely do you well. If you can't fit into that and would do better with a napoli then you might want to go for the "slim fit". Of course, nothing's better than actually trying one on. I really like the fabric on each of the shirts and will definitly buy more.
     
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    I bought both their slim fit and extra slim fit.. I have because they are the only shirt maker I know off the rack that make their sleeves long enough for my monkey arms (almost a 39)... their slim fit is very baggy on me and out of the three extra slim fits I have only one of them was still very baggy.. the other two were pretty slim but still had to take them in a little on the sides.. but through the chest and shoulders, they were spot on
     
  9. suitfreak

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    Hi everyone,
    I am just wondering if you could assist me in some expert advise on identifying the differences between the Washington cut and the Lazio suit cuts as the information provided is confusing. I'm 5'10, 150 lbs and of atheletic build and usually go for a 40R.

    As I am looking for a shorter suit than the lenghty Washington cut but a slim fit hence my preference would be for the Lazio as its advertised as "a shorter cut. The problem is that the information provided on measurements state that there is no difference in length between the Wasighton and the Lazio i.e. both are 30.4 in length. Hence I'm thinking of getting a 40S and would need alterations on the chest and waist. But I have a feeling that is a bad idea.

    Anyone with experience on the Lazio or Washington care to assist me? Much appreciated..
     
  10. steffenbp11

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    I'm 5´11 and weigh app 155 and wear a 36R in the Lazio. A 40 sounds too big for you ? I posted a pic of one of my lazios some pages back (http://www.styleforum.net/t/250682/suitsupply-nyc/780#post_5758384). You can get an idea of the length there.
    the lazio is the best fitting suit I've gotten OTR. Its not super slim, but in no way boxy
     
  11. suitfreak

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    Hey steffen, thanks for your reply, problem is my chest amd shoulders r wide....and my waist is circling around 33 so a 36R wouldnt fit I think, nice suit I was thinking of getting the same.
     
  12. yywwyy

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    Washington has a very trim chest and slim arms, to the point that you won't fit your normal size if you have a good amount of bulk.
     
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  13. dufferin1

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    I am a 40S and I am 5'8 165 with fairly athletic shoulders. This is in the Napoli, and the pants however did not fit me in the thigh and I had to size up the pants.
     
  14. suitfreak

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    Well damn, I have one coming in that size..nice one!
     
  15. suitfreak

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    Sorry but what do u mean by size up?
     
  16. suitfreak

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    Sorry but what do u mean by "size up" ? I'm not sure what the processes are in this regard.
     
  17. TM79

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    Go a size higher than what you usually wear.
     
  18. suitfreak

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    Alright so I can actually buy 2 different sizes between the suit and pants?
     
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    Don't bother sizing up. If you are sizing up, the suit will end up fitting you in some parts (chest), but will be the wrong size in other aspects (possibly shoulders). Really, you should be buying a different cut. Since Suit Supply has so many, you should be able to find a cut that works better for your body type.
     
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