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SPIER & MACKAY - Official Affiliate Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by spiermackay, Mar 14, 2014.

  1. Claghorn

    Claghorn Well-Known Member

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    You might need to ask Rick about the color, but I believe the collar is full spread.
     
  2. spiermackay

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    I'd have to ask them about fully handmade. I don't think they are set up to go to that level. I know with full canvas there is quite a bit of handwork included.
     
  4. pmestrad

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    Any other jackets going to have matching pants available? If not, is it possible to get a "custom" pair of pants from one of the jacket fabrics?
     
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  5. spiermackay

    spiermackay Well-Known Member

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    Nothing planned right now. Which Jacket were you looking at? We may have fabric available, depending on the cloth.
     
  6. MoNum

    MoNum Active Member

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    Hi Rick,

    Will there be unpadded, unstructured jackets coming up in the near future? I want to buy from S&M but the shoulders don't work for me. Not enough space in the shoulder cap which causes divots.

    I'm hoping unpadded shoulders will solve that, plus I just like unstructured jackets.
     
  7. Bullwinkel

    Bullwinkel New Member

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    Hi Rick,

    Those new ties look really sharp. I'd like to pick up a few but 3.4" ties tend to look a bit too wide on my 5'10" 150lbs frame. Any plans on releasing more ties that are not quite as wide (around 3")?


    Thanks
     
  8. flvinny521

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    Their older ties are slimmer, 8cm I believe.
     
  9. Burzan

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    I'm considering trying some custom shirts. Would anyone be interesting in any 15.5 contemporary shirts? Oxfords in basically all colors and maybe some others. PM and let me know, if I find someone interested it might push me to try custom again.
     
  10. White Lotus

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    36S Contemporary fit ^

    Should I get a 38S Contemp or a 38S Slim Fit? Or stick with the 36S Contemp?
     
  11. 7_rocket

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    Suit is way too short. Suit is too dark to say if you should go with a size up. But you're not a short in SM suits at least
     
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  12. SJR3

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    I would definitely go up a size. And I agree, you're probably better off in a regular length. (Although going to a larger size will of course mean the jacket is longer even if you stick with S, so perhaps you'd be okay in that regard.)
     
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  13. White Lotus

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    Thanks for the feedback guys. Should I get a 38S/R in Slim fit or in the Contemporary fit?

    The suit in the pictures is a 36S Contemporary fit. The length is 27.8 inches.

    The 38S Slim/Contempt. Fit length is 28.1.

    The 38R Slim/Contempt. Fit length is 29.3/29.5.
     
  14. losrockets

    losrockets Well-Known Member

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    I'd consider the 38R slim.
     
  15. MoNum

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    When I asked about unstructured I meant for suits, as I know you carry sport coats like that
     
  16. spiermackay

    spiermackay Well-Known Member

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    Unstructured as in No Canvas or just No shoulder padding?

    We have some summer suits coming in April that will be unpadded and patch pockets. But they are very casual, wool/linen and wool/silk. We have a suit in development for a June release that will be unpadded as well.
     
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  17. Beav

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    Pics please!!!
     
  18. losrockets

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    Preview please.
     
  19. Bullwinkel

    Bullwinkel New Member

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    Yes, but those new ties are so fine though! :O
     
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  20. losrockets

    losrockets Well-Known Member

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    Grabbed a pair of ties. Went for burgundy/blue over the red/navy because the former seems a bit more matte and muted. Also picked up the navy/green. Would highly recommend brown/navy to anybody who doesn't already have a block stripe tie in this scheme (I already do).
     

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