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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LA Guy, Jun 24, 2008.

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  1. eHaberdasher

    eHaberdasher Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Some but not many. Sizing is about the same as the Nobile model Benjamin Sartorial.
     
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    Yes full canvassed Benjamin Sartorial will continue but with new model and factory and will also allow for MTM finally. Production moving to Europe. RTW in basic solids and maybe some patterns.
     
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    Nice so size 34 possible.
     
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    Will the MTM program also have full canvassing available?

    Also by any chance (if you happen to know yet) will you have MTM/RTW suits available in these colors/patterns?

    http://www.menswearhouse.com/mens-s...s/joseph-abboud-blue-slim-fit-suit-30R230R314

    http://shop.nordstrom.com/s/samuels...022&siteId=gcdL_ATRVoE-tRUD3.SnQpGRoaYsVVH_Nw
     
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    Yes indeed
     
  7. eHaberdasher

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    Yes fully canvassed mtm and we will have fabrics available from pretty much everyone including VBC, Holland and Sherry, Dugdales, Fox Brothers, and more. You will find French blue and airforce blues as well. You can also provide your own fabric for cmt.
     
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    It's hard to say with certainty but you ought to be okay I'd say. What's your weight and Wright and is your torso and lower body every proportioned? Average build?
     
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    I'm 185lbs, 6'2". My pants are 35x33, I'd say about average build. Slightly slimmer since I've been losing weight (only plan on losing another 10lbs so I don't think I'll slim up much more)
     
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    At 6'2" I would strongly recommend a long. Sadly we are sold out of 41/42L in navy. We only have the medium grey and navy plaid left:

    http://ehaberdasher.com/index.php/clothing/suits.html#!/p=clear&size=265&order=name

    We will be offering the new model later this summer and will have 42L so if you can wait until then those may be a good option for you.
     
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    I hadn't thought of that. Thank you for your help, I'm trying to decide if I can get away with the navy plaid in the office. Is it blue on darker blue? Black thread? Will it blend to a solid from a distance and then resolve into the plaid as you approach?

    It's freaking gorgeous in the pictures :S

    Edit: Referencing http://www.styleforum.net/t/475640/benjamin-sartorial-navy-plaid-sport-coat-39r-40r I think it's too bold for me. I'd be nervous wearing it haha, but I'll definitely try and grab the new model later this summer. Thank you for your help :)
     
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  12. eHaberdasher

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    Here are a few images of the navy plaid in action, courtesy of thesuitburnsbetter

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BRZFD5YjWvs/

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BRYR0Q7j1mK/
     
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    Is there any reference guide to the fit of Benjamin Suits? Curious as to the fit of the various models: Classico, Classico II, Nobile, Granoro, etc...

    I would like to buy one but just not sure how "slim" some of these fits are. For example I can wear a 44 in the Brooks Brothers Milano, 44 Samuelsohn Becket but need to get a 46 for a suit supply Sienna.

    Any help would be appreciated.
     
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    Benjamins run big and traditional but with slimmer waist. I reckon you would want a 44.
     
  15. eHaberdasher

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    Thank you for your message and interest in the Benjamin Sartorial suits. All the suits feature higher armholes and a slimmer Italian fit. They are all fully canvassed and are fairly classic. The Granoro, Classico, and Classico II are all basically the same block difference. It started with the Granoro and then we made some extremely slight adjustments which most people wouldn't even notice (adjusted the collar positioning slightly) for the Classico and Classico II. These are all discontinued (no longer produced).

    The Nobile is a new model, again with high armohles and fully canvassed, but the shoulders are slightly softer than the Granoro/Classico and the fit is just a little bit more form fitting than the Granoro/Classico - particularly in the shoulders. Also the lapels are just slightly larger (9 cm vs. 8.5 cm of the Classico).

    Please note that while still classic and conservative in style, the Benjamin line is cut a little bit slimmer than most American commercial/mainstream brands. For Brooks Brothers we've been told that it's closest to the Fitzgerald model.

    I hope this helps.
     
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    Is there going to be a Spring/Summary release of Bella Spalla/Benjamin sport coats, or nothing new until Fall? Looking to add a few, but also require a long size -- will longs be available OTR or MTO only?
     
  17. eHaberdasher

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    Yes we will be releasing just a few jackets for spring/summer... but not until some time in June. Mostly solids in linen fro Loro Piana and also some navy and brighter navy hopsack from Reda.
     
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    Sounds great, thanks. But there will be some long (42L) available OTR?

    Is it June yet? :)
     
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