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#1 Suitpedia

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Posted 29 June 2014 - 03:33 PM

A suit, a tux, a blazer, a safari, a jacket – whatever you deem fit to fit your suiting needs, it is just a click away. Yes, but we do not want you to believe that crap in just one line. We wish to decrease the crappiness coefficient of the not so well thought out line by taking you through a process which will help you laze around, save you the painful ordeal of visiting a store and contribute to yourself by working, gymming, reading or well, just sleeping on the couch. After all, laziness is your birthright and you shall have it.

We will show you how easy it is to buy a suit in these modern times ruled by just the digits 0 and 1. And thanks to the evolution in quality standards, the suits that you get are just as awesome if not better than the ones you buy from a high end store.

First, you need to get your measurements including shoulder width, chest size, sleeve length, jacket length, waist and inseam. You may have one of your friends to help you out with this after all, you don’t want an ill-fitting suit, do you?

Now, you can visit an online store and select one from a wide variety of suits they offer, having different colors and designs. But how do you get a feel of the fabric by looking at your computer screen? Well, a few brands go a step further in these regards. The company makes a prototype of the suit you ordered and get that delivered to your doorsteps. So, now you can not only touch the fabric, but can also try it out and suggest them all the changes and alterations you desire. But not all brands offer you to try out a prototype. In most cases you have to make the alterations after trying out the final product only.

Some brands include the alteration charges in the purchase itself, while some provide reimbursements on alteration up to a certain price limit.

When the suit is delivered, make sure that everything is at it's place.

But what if you don’t like the suit after it is delivered? Well, some brands do have a liberal return policy, but in most cases, the return rates are high. So be careful to take a note of it before making a purchase. Also, make sure that the brand provides a good customer support.

So, what are you waiting for? Use technology to your advantage. Order one sitting right where you are. Let these experts make a trendy suit that suits you. It’s worth every penny.

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Posted 29 June 2014 - 06:46 PM

Please describe a suit that fits?



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Posted 29 June 2014 - 09:08 PM

Dear jukes,
 
The primary thing to look for is the Shoulders, the shoulder pads must end with your shoulder.
there must be some room for movement also.
 
Next is the Jacket length- with your arms at your side, curl your fingers up.Your jacket should be resting in your hand.
A suit should cover most of your pants zipper and all of your butt.
 
The top button of a two-button suit or the middle button of a three-button suit should not fall below your navel.
 
Jacket sleeves should fall where the base of your thumb meets your wrist.
 
Follow the "half inch" rule- 'half inch of the shirt cuff should be visible'.
 
Where the pants fold when they meet your shoe is called the "Break". One inch of break looks great.
 
Did this help you?
Let me know if you have further querries.

Edited by Suitpedia, 29 June 2014 - 09:10 PM.


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Posted 30 June 2014 - 07:25 AM

I need a coat with pure Italian Hymo as floating canvas and plaque. I bought fabric, 15 pound/yard instead of 150 pound/yard. Handmade button holes would be fine.

I would be able to pay 200$.


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Posted 30 June 2014 - 08:20 AM

please tell us more about how teh suit should fit!



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Posted 01 July 2014 - 03:47 AM

Dear jukes,
 
The primary thing to look for is the Shoulders, the shoulder pads must end with your shoulder.
there must be some room for movement also.
 
Next is the Jacket length- with your arms at your side, curl your fingers up.Your jacket should be resting in your hand.
A suit should cover most of your pants zipper and all of your butt.
 
The top button of a two-button suit or the middle button of a three-button suit should not fall below your navel.
 
Jacket sleeves should fall where the base of your thumb meets your wrist.
 
Follow the "half inch" rule- 'half inch of the shirt cuff should be visible'.
 
Where the pants fold when they meet your shoe is called the "Break". One inch of break looks great.
 
Did this help you?
Let me know if you have further querries.


Thank you, please could you explain balance?

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Posted 01 July 2014 - 04:50 AM

It's quite easy to talk (or write) about fit, but it's very hard to put all the pieces together.

And from what I have seen and experienced so far, technology alone doesn't do the trick.

So, if this is just another attempt to advocate the benefit of a Made to measure outfit, take note that I'm very tempted to close or delete this thread, since it's not really providing something we haven't read elsewhere.


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Posted 02 July 2014 - 12:39 AM

Dear jukes,
 
'Balance' generally refers to the relation between the front and back of the jacket, as well as left and right sides. Some people prefer a longer front than the back while some like both to be even.The left and right side should always be even along the hem.
 
If a person has a large belly he would need a longer front however  stooped person will need a longer back to cover the stoop.


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Posted 02 July 2014 - 12:57 AM

Dear Schneidergott,
 
I agree technology cant do all the stuff but technology can be very useful.
There is a new custom menswear brand named 'Arden Reed'. They have brought a very novel concept "Tailor Truck" using technology. It is a mobile store with a built in 3-D scanner.
The store comes to you and the fit is perfect.
And once they have the measurements you can order from anywhere,anytime. They ship custom suits to over 20 countries.

With increasing e-commerce culture, one needs to befriend technology.



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Posted 02 July 2014 - 02:27 AM

Great!

 

Can you now please explain why the lapels on this photograph are bulging?

 

http://newyork.arden...m/tailor-truck/

 

And why there's a gap between jacket and shirt collar?

 

 

Maybe you should introduce yourself and the company you're representing?



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Posted 02 July 2014 - 02:49 AM

This is a tailor forum and no playground for companies that want to sell Made to measure (or whatever they might call it), so I'm shutting this thread down.

There are better places for advertising this kind of business, like Styleforum and it's international offsprings!


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