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

  1. patliean1

    patliean1 Senior member

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    Nice! I was considering the London cut. I could use a solid navy suit and I already have two Washington cuts so I could without the peak lapels :)
     


  2. Firefox

    Firefox Senior member

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    That fit actually looks pretty good to me. I'm an inch shorter than you but about the same weight. I normally wear a 42L, and would have been hesitant to size down, since SS stuff tends to be a little slimmer-fitting. However, based on this example, maybe a 40L would work.

    SS is apparently opening a retail location in Toronto soon, which I am looking forward to. I really prefer being able to try stuff on before ordering/buying it.
     


  3. yywwyy

    yywwyy Senior member

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    Has anyone tried on their single-breast overcoats yet? My finger is itching to pull the trigger, but I really want to make sure it's thicker than their "merano" double-breasted overcoat...
     


  4. steffenbp11

    steffenbp11 Senior member

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    @ hookem12387: The fit looks pretty good - a bit difficult to make out the true colour though. I am not a big fan of the shoulders on the London, but that is more a question of personal preference. BTW, have you guys noticed that SS have launched a new model, the Spalla ? I don't know if it is just the Jort that has had a name change though.
     


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    I've contacted SuitSupply support for help regarding my size, but he first recommended me size 44... so I would love if anyone from SF could help me instead. I think 46 might be too tight, 48 too long jacket length and jacket sleeves, and that 24 might be too big. My question would really be which size should I pick that would look best after alterations?

    Height: 172cm (5,64 ft)
    Chest: 95cm (37,4")
    Upper waist: 88 (34,6")
    Waist (trouser): 87 cm (34,3")


    This is me trying a size 46 Suitsupply jacket before any alterations: Question would really be if the shoulder width on 48 and 24 would be too wide?)
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  6. yywwyy

    yywwyy Senior member

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    Oh my god at the back...
     


  7. Rankiz

    Rankiz Senior member

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    I did alter it so it's not like the picture, but I needed to open the side seams, and the middle back seam, which is not advised since the jacket become unbalanced. Which size do you think fits me best?
     
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  8. hookem12387

    hookem12387 Senior member

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    It may just be that this cut, or suit supply in general, is not for you
     


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    Rankiz Senior member

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    Based on 1 picture? As I said I did take it to the tailor and now it fits good, problem is that if I buy a 46 suit, the pants are 82, and can't be let out to 87.
     
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  10. hookem12387

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    Impossible to say without an after-alterations picture. But it is possible, I'm not sure why that would be offensive.
     


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    Anyone? Anxiously waiting! Also tell me if they have a martingale at the back...
     


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    Soho fit --> Comparable to the Napoli?
     


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    The Soho is slimmer than the Napoli, but a little less slim than the Washington. It would be closer to Washington than Napoli however. Hope this gives you a better idea.
     


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