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Suitsupply NYC

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

  1. clarksdb

    clarksdb Senior member

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    What are some good Havana sport coats? Would be my first sport coats as I want to step up my game at work. Even though no one wears jackets or suits I think a Havana sport coat might be okay since it is so relaxed.

    So I'm wanting non bold fabrics but also not something that would look like an orphaned suit jacket. I want a navy coat with texture but not sure which ones are good.
     
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    jbarwick Senior member

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    Here are 2 fits with this jacket.

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    clarksdb Senior member

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    Do you have any zoomed out shots?
     
  7. kithking23

    kithking23 Well-Known Member

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    Employees typically do not know themselves until it happens,I know a few that work for SS and didn't know last year.
     
  8. nttdocomo

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    Separates do tend to look better with a bit of texture/pattern. The patch pockets help, but a havana in Worsted is going to look like a misplaced suit jacket.

    Mind you, everyone at work refers to me "wearing a suit" when I have only actually done so once since my interview. No-one (hardly anyone in the public) knows the difference and calls a jacket and tie without jeans, a suit. Terrible times.
     
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    nttdocomo Senior member

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    This
     
  10. jbarwick

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    I don't have any zoomed out fit pics but I could try to get something together today with some of blue jackets to give you an idea of the color.
     
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    This looks a lot better than the short. Also be careful about how tight the mid-section is, that's hardly ever a good thing.
     
  12. RexBanner

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    I'm looking to buy some dress pants only since I've already bought many suits from Suitsupply. I'm just wondering why almost all the pants are cuffed at the bottom?

    I would like to buy something like this:
    http://ca.suitsupply.com/en_CA/trou...lor&prefv1=Blue&prefn2=materialID&prefv2=Wool

    But I don't want it to be cuffed. Can I still buy this? Is there any way to fix it or is it permanently cuffed at the bottom?

    Thanks.
     
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    Yes you can ! It is not permanently cuffed, just ask their tailor to uncuff them.
     
  14. Nikola

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    Guys, I plan on going via 'design your own suit' route as I was pretty happy with how the custom made shirt came up.

    Being that I have the athletic build and quite a drop - 40 chest - 31 waist, I was thinking of order the jacket and trousers separately and enjoy the process of choosing the fabric and colour.

    I do not plan on wearing the belt anymore as I always find it to pull down the trousers to my hips and do not like the extra weight on the waist. Instead I am about to start wearing the suspenders. Do you know if the all SS suits have the pre-installed suspender buttons to the trousers or this is something I should specify in the process?
     
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  15. Jeroen Vriend

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    You should specify the suspender buttons
     
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  16. RexBanner

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    But I'm buying it online. How do I tell them?
     
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    Ask your tailor / alteratonist to do it once received. It should not be too expensive.
     
  18. RexBanner

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    And there won't be any marks or anything left from the original cuff?

    Thanks a lot for the answers! I've never had pants that come cuffed already so I have no idea lol.
     
  19. Jeroen Vriend

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    There will be no marks visible
     
  20. Satmoche

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    As said above, you will not see any marks. You can though when you have worn the pants for a little while, then that can leave marks because of dirt, dust etc... But these are brand new so you are good.
     

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