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TM Lewin suits

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Basically all Red Label suits are Sackville (slim) but you also get some blue label suits in slim as well. Off the top of my head:

Stonehurst, Abberford, millfield and a few others. I don't have any experience with Theory suits at all, so I wouldn't like to comment either way.

Many of their stores have a tailoring service but the quality of the alterations depends on the store in question.
 

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Thanks for the update. I think I am going to get the shirt 1st and see how things are.
 

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Afternoon gents, I was in process of ordering some items from TM Lewis but my bank (SDCCU) doesn't transfer to theirs (Bank of Scotland). Which banks are you using for your transactions, if you don't mind sharing?
 

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I recently ordered a TM Lewin suit, specifically their "narrow" model, which is described as having a "Jermyn Street Cut - narrower in the waist with a flattering shoulder line". I am a 38R and for comparison fit well into an OTR 38R Hugo, Z Zegna, or RLBL.

I was happy with the pants, but disappointed with the jacket. I found it to be too long and far too wide in the shoulders. I have since returned it. I could have lived with the length, but the big shoulders were the killing factor.
 

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