- 100% Wool
- Button closure
- Dry Clean Only
- Trim-fit suit with two-button jacket and flat-front pant
- Jacket features notched lapels, welted chest pocket, side flap pockets, and side vents
- Pant features French fly, jetted back pockets, and unfinished hem
- Pant waist measurement can be determined by subtracting six inches from jacket size
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From the manufacturer
- Package Dimensions : 1 x 1 x 1 inches; 1 Pounds
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : June 25, 2014
- Manufacturer : Tommy Hilfiger Tailored
- ASIN : B00K79TYBA
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I’m a 33-34” waist,, 34” inseam, 6’4” 190lbs, slender shoulders. My typical jacket size is a 40L. I was looking for a suit with a nice fitted jacket, but without the skinny-fit legs that seem so popular now.
I knew that I was taking a chance with a 40R, but I figured it didn’t cost Amazon much more to throw an extra suit in the box.
Nautica Pros: The pants fit nice, not too tight, not too loose, with a fairly straight leg cut. They were comfortable to sit in. They were actually tied for my favorite pant cut. Construction seemed really good overall with everything in place, and not a lot of loose/sloppy threading.
Nautica Cons:. The pockets had a cheap, stiff liner that reminded you every time you put your hands in them that you were wearing a cheap suit. Confidence-killer. The jacket, while a Regular, not a Long, I could tell still had a very boxy cut. The fabric had a touch of sheen that showed off a fairly un-refined finish (a little bit of micropilling).
Nautica Overall: No surprise, but the jacket was short, so it’s going back. Even if it had fit, I don’t think I would have been happy with the boxy cut. Good pant cut, bad jacket cut. God construction, but fabric seemed cheap. If you get this on super sale, it’s not a bad working man’s suit, but you can do better for the money.
I had them send two of the same suit in different colors: Charcoal and Light Gray
Giorgio Pros: This was listed as a classic fit, so I was expecting something less tailored, but the jacket was actually not too boxy. For a bigger person, this would be a great fit, it just didn’t fit my frame. The fabric for both actually looked really nice. Even if someone’s petting your jacket, they won’t know with certainty that it’s 100% polyester. Both colors looked good. There’s a grippy rubber threading inside the waistband that keeps your shirt in pace; ingenious.
Giorgio Cons: The pant fit was really bad. Thanks to biking, I had larger thighs in proportion to the rest of my body, so there was only a little fabric left in the thigh area. That said, in the hips and butt, everything seemed too loose. The leg opening was overly wide. There were unclipped threads everywhere. This is nothing that couldn’t be fixed with 10 minutes and some scissors, but considering the rest of the construction was pretty boring, the lack of polish was more glaring.
Giorgio Overall. If you’ve got a little extra junk in your trunk, this might be the suit for you considering the low price, but for me, it went back.
A casual suit with some ostentatious stylings details.
Polo Pros: The construction was overall very good. Exposed stitching at the collar was neat that kept the jacket casual without being sloppy. The styling, from the bright red collar and sleeve lining, to the plaid jacket lining and pant detailing, is going to be a matter of taste. For me, they really amped up the style factor in a way that was completely unexpected at this price. I wouldn’t want the pants any tighter in the seat and thigh, but as it, they fit perfectly.
Polo Cons: The sleeves are short. Flat out, they’re 1 inch shorter than everything else in a 40L. A bad fit is not casual. While construction overall was very good, a bit of the collar lining was stitched too close and was more visible than intended. This wouldn’t typically be a problem, but it’s blood red, so unless you are wearing this somewhere suitable for a pop of color, you’ll be reaching past this suit. The slanted pockets, again a matter of taste, just looked wrong, not interesting to me.
Considering this was the least expensive suit of the bunch (by about half, on sale) I wasn’t expecting much. In the end, this would have been a passable formal suit, if not for the short sleeves and small errors in detail finishing. As it was, I had to keep it. The price was just too good, fit in pant and jacket was on, and while not all the style choices were hits, I liked the splashes of color and exposed collar stitching. This is my new “fun” suit.
Cashman Grey Pin dot (with Grey Hairline Update):
A modern suit that features unique styling like a deep watch pocket in the pants.
Cashman Pros: The fabric has a little bit of stretch thanks to some spandex. Construction is fantastic. This plus a perfect cut in both jack and pants which is fitted enough to show off some curves, and a leg opening just tapered from straight, make for a modern looking suit with a little attitude. This suit is so comfortable, I could ride my bike in it.
Cashman Cons: The fabric is a mixture of contacting dark and light threads to give an overall grey pin dotting. With a natural fabric, this might look really refined. However, with the synthetics, it looks great from a distance, but a little rough and utilitarian up close. For me, the jacket could have come in just one more inch.
Cashman Overall: What can I say, this was an incredibly comfortable suit that looks reasonably good, fits fantastic, and has some modern attitude. If you’re looking for a hip, but utilitarian suit, this can’t be beat for the money. It’s staying in my closet.
Grey Hairline Update: Spot on, the same fit (good tailoring consistency). Still stupid comfortable. Still has a fabric that look better from afar, in fact, it looks to be the same interwooven style, but just with different, lighter threads. That makes sense, I guess; they find a technique and just change the thread color. This one was a bit pricier, but I’ll probably still keep it.
Nathan - Navy (with Grey Check Update)
A classically styled wool suit. The most expensive of the bunch (which isn’t saying much)
Nathan Pros: Oooh, that jacket. What a cut. Perfect around the waist, flares just right at the hips, sits on the shoulders like a 2nd skin. Finish was really good, with just a few loose threads and so ill-pressed pant lining, but stitching was dead on. The color selection on the Nathan is a little out there with tans and windowpanes, so a subtle Navy Stripe was what I went wit. I own $500 suits, and I’ve tried on $1000 suits. If you had told be this suit was $1000, based on the fabrics, fit, and finish, I would have believed you.
Nathan Cons: Dammit! The legs are just a bit too skinny at the thighs for me. Great in the seat, great in the ankle, but just too tight in the thigh. If I were better proportioned, top to bottom, this wouldn’t be an issue.
Nathan Overall: This suit is sexy, like, free-drink sexy. I didn’t keep it because it was the most expensive of the bunch, and this pants were just a bit too tight for me to envision fitting into them for years to come (especially with all those free drinks). If it had been charcoal or light grey, or $50 less, I probably would have kept, worn it every occasion I could for the next year, and not worried if it didn’t fit a year from now. As it stand, I decided to send it back, and spend the money buying myself drinks instead. If your thighs are proportioned to your upper body, buy this suit now.
Update: I ordered the same suit in grey check. It came as the only suit not on a hanger, probably a return. It will need a good pressing, with lots of wrinkles from being shipping in a bag alone.
Pros: It was a little bit bigger overall which meant that I had enough room in the legs to feel comfortable. So that’s good, but means that there is some inconsistency in the tailoring.
Cons: The jacket was also bigger by an inch at the chest. There goes that sexy cut. Oh well, it’s close as is, and a good tailor could take in the jacket a touch to bring it back. The grey check pattern looked a little old man-ish though. Up close, it looks a little dated and unrefined.
Overall: If it had retained the sexy cut, or had a little more modern fabric, it would be a keeper, but I think it’s going back. A good casual suit, but not as flattering as the navy in fit or style.
100% wool, plainer in the interior jacket details than the Nathan, which is the only difference I could tell between the two.
Pros: Great fabric with a touch of shine. Sophisticated looking with a great wool feel No doubting that this is a real wool suit, even from a decent distance. Pant cut is perfect in the thigh, and not too tapered in the leg, pretty much just like the Cashman and grey Nathan.
Cons: The jacket is cut pretty straight, could use a bit more fit at the waist. The back tends to fall pretty straight.
Overall: Very comfortable and great, great fabric. Looks very classy, though the jacket cut is a bit plain. For the fabric alone, I think I’m keeping this and I’ll talk to a tailor about bringing the waist of the coat in a bit.
Overall, I would have been happy to own 6 of the 9 suits I had sent. Maybe I’m just lucky and am the right size to buy off the rack, but given how many pricey suit stores there are, I wouldn’t have thought you could buy good looking suits for a little money online. Sure, I’ll need to drop a few dollars having the pants hemmed (all these suits are unhemmed, but if you connect with a good, local tailor, you can pick up a few inexpensive suits online and fill your closet for the price of one marginally better suit elsewhere.
the black isnt a flat black, it has almost a light grey micro line in it. it almost looks dark grey. better than expected.
the coats are cut ok...for the price. there is a little bunching in the shoulder area, but without getting a custom cut coat, thats usually the case.
for free returns and the price, when below $240 or so... i recommend.