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Suitsupply NYC

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

  1. kjmac

    kjmac Member

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    heh, thank you, yes I was referring to you. I have a jacket that appears to do the same thing but when you pull on the fabric, the divot appearance goes away, wonder if it's the exact same issue.
     
  2. clarksdb

    clarksdb Senior member

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    Here is the 40R in Washington. The 40L is definitely too long. I am usually a 40R in other makes. The fit looks good of course the pants will be hemmed. Everything seems good with jacket too to my eye except there is something going on with the shoulder or something which is causing there to be creases in the arms? What is the reason for this? Can this be fixed by some sort of alteration? Or is this the best I can do OTR in Washington?

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  3. KWang94

    KWang94 Well-Known Member

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    Jacket looks really clean from the back, brother. Believe the shoulder issue has to do with the width of the arm hole. Someone feel free to correct me.
     
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  4. nttdocomo

    nttdocomo Senior member

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    Are lapels the same width on the taller suits? My annoyance is that at 6'3" I need large lapels but it's the smaller guys getting better lapels and collar point lengths on their shirts.
     
  5. nttdocomo

    nttdocomo Senior member

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    Yes it's width and possibly a touch of pitch. Definitely the best he'll do with suit supply rtw. Most of mine are better, but a couple have dimples. I've learned to live with it though; most people dress like garbage anyway.
     
  6. Mr Engineer

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    Does anyone have a status on the SS Outlet? If history repeats then it should be opening up soon.
     
  7. clarksdb

    clarksdb Senior member

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    True. I just wore the suit yesterday at a wedding and mine fit better than anyone there from around 200 guys. Most guys either wear something clearly too large or clearly too tight where the back isnt clean at all.

    Oh and i got so many compliments on that Washington grey herringbone. Most people dont even know about peak and wider lapels but it definitely was part of the reason for te compliments.

    If Washington works for me any idea which other cuts might of as well? Lazio didnt work as it was too tight, i didnt like Hudson because of the pleated shoulders.

    Thinking about trying Sienna next.

    Also, when does Suitsupply get their spring and summer collection?
     
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  8. KWang94

    KWang94 Well-Known Member

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    Sienna is a much more generous fit. I own a few SS models. In terms of least slim to slim, IMO:

    Sienna > Napoli > Lazio > Havana > Washington
     
  9. CMAc7

    CMAc7 Senior member

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    This. If I remember correctly, it opened in Europe a week before it opened in the US back in July. I have been monitoring the forum for the Europe opening announcement so I could start checking the US outlet site. US outlet opened on January 5th last January so it has to be close if they are going to run it.
     
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  10. Academic2

    Academic2 Senior member

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    I'm in the U.S.

    I just went back and checked and I made a purchase from the outlet on January 5, 2016.

    Cheers,

    Ac
     
  11. KWang94

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    Still salty that SS outlet isn't a thing here.
     
  12. pomor

    pomor Senior member

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    The outlet should be opening in about a week, like some of you said. I am pretty sure I know what is going to be in there.

    Spring/summer should begin phasing in some time in February -- most likely in the form of a multi-phase soft-launch as per recent history.
     
  13. CMAc7

    CMAc7 Senior member

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    Well come on then, don't make us beg you.
     
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  14. tmai

    tmai Member

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    I have a friend who works at SS. No wind of an outlet anytime soon.
     
  15. ScofieldReturns

    ScofieldReturns Senior member

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    really? that's such a bummer. usually the sales associates are pretty on top of that stuff too
     
  16. Jeroen Vriend

    Jeroen Vriend Senior member

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    Thats what they told me too
     
  17. Sutipuu

    Sutipuu New Member

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    Hi,

    I recently ordered a Napoli fit suit. Still have the tags attached as I'm not sure whether I should go down a size for the jacket or not. Or whether this size should be altered some way. The jacket in the picture is 48S / 24. Any advice what to do would be highly appreciated as I'm not used to wearing suits and I don't live close to a Suitsupply store.
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  18. vriche

    vriche Senior member

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    It's kinda hard to tell due to a lack of lighting but it seems to be too small for you. But one thing that I can with 100% certainty is that it's definitely too short. How tall are you? Why did you go with a short size?
     
  19. Sutipuu

    Sutipuu New Member

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    Hi,

    Thanks for the response. I can try to take new pictures later with better lighting. I actually ordered both short and regular, but personally thought the short fitted better as it felt tighter in the mid section. Here's are the pictures of size 48:
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  20. rc121

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    the regular looks a lot better than the short, taking in the waist is a pretty easy job for a tailor so there would be no reason to stick with the short.
     
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