Fabric was exceptional; heavy and durable weight for cold weather.
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Even after you input your measurements they take time to make sure these make sense. Fine materials, excellent craftsmanship, and fantastic customer service. The process was a breeze, and I'm already planning my next suit! The fabric look and texture is amazing. The measurement process, which mostly relies on other suits you already own, ensures you receive a perfect fit. End result was excellent. With my profile dialed in, it will be frighteningly easy to add to my custom wardrobe.
Great value for money. Fabric was exceptional; heavy and durable weight for cold weather. Service was unparalleled; D. It is so great to put on something made just for me. For my wife, watching me put on the jacket was a revelation. Like she just couldn't imagine how good it would look. The fit and finish is top notch, this is by far the best fitting suit I've ever had. The service was excellent from day 1! Nothing short of perfect!
I will be back for more! The fit was incredible. I was shocked that it came that quickly. In the process of ordering a couple more. However, what impressed me even more is the customer service offered by Svetlana and Olga.
We will never share it with anyone. We have you covered for a full year! The fit is amazing and the quality is impeccable. I cannot wait to purchase my next suit. The suit was delivered early and packaged such that it was wearable out of the box. VMan , Sep 26, Cotton suits are a niche garment, nice for summer in hot climates, but otherwise not so useful. To be avoided until all the basics are already in your closet.
Manton , Sep 26, Thanks for the tip guys! I was going to get a cotton Kiton suit one time but the tailor at NM said that it wasn't a good idea to do any changes other than sleeves because the old seams would show. I have two cotton suits: After three years in Manhattan as the rabbi of a synagogue without air conditioning built in and now serving a congregation in Florida -- as well as numerous outdoor funerals in the sultry months of summer -- I can state unequivocally that there is definitely a place in the wardrobe for a cotton summer suit.
I found a very nice one the navy at Lands End, actually, and had it pretty extensively reworked by a tailor in NYC. The khaki was a end-of-season sale at Saks at the flagship store on Fifth. Nice hand to it. Lately, though, I've bought two BrooksCool. Feels like sandpaper, but when you walk 2. And it looks just fine. Great as a travel blazer, too, as it doesn't wrinkle at all.
Yes, I think that cotton tends to wrinkle more than wool at least in the quality ranges that I am familiar with , but less than linen. I think that cotton suits serve more or less the same purposes as linen suits. Nice summer wear, with a more "casual" look than wool.
I thought about a suit, but as trousers tend to wrinkle more than the jacket as, in summer, you often take your jacket off at work, at least, I do , I decided that to go for an odd jacket and a set of different cotton trousers to go with it. Also, the a bit "wrinkled" look is OK. At least at my job, we tend to dress more casually in summer.
A light wool is good when you have air conditioning and aren't walking around too much outside even in California's dry heat. But I wear my black linen suit with a linen dress shirt in degree heat and hardly sweat, amazing indeed. Love my cotton and linen suits. How about cotton and wool suits? I have seen some fabrics. Would be very interested in information from those who have such garments.
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