All in Suits

Review: Black Lapel Custom Made-To-Measure 3-Piece Suit

We’ve covered quite a few different custom clothing companies in the past few months here on the site. The competition in this space is fierce, no doubt. One company that has always seemed to stand out from the rest of the pack, though, has been Black Lapel. They have always offered some interesting options when it comes to things like outerwear that many other companies do not offer at all…

Review: The New Combatant Gentleman Suit (From Amazon)

By this point, most of you have likely heard about Combatant Gentlemen before, and also don’t have very positive things to say about them. For those of you that don’t know, this is just about everything you need to. So, what’s new with them? Well, like we spoke about last week, now they’re being sold and fulfilled through Amazon, and available on Amazon Prime with free 2-day shipping as well. And, presumably, they seem to have slightly new and updated products as well, boasting new materials, quality, and so on…

The Full Indochino Custom Suit Review & Comparison To SuitSupply (Part 2)

Because I really wanted to nail the fit, I decided to go back to their store in order to be fitted a second time and be able to make the tweaks with their staff, in person. While booking appointments is sometimes annoying there, and not every staff member is as knowledgable or as helpful as the next, it was still better to go in person than simply make these tweaks over the phone or email with customer service…

The Full Indochino Custom Suit Review & Comparison To SuitSupply (Part 1)

Indochino could be a case study in what happens when you expand a new business too quickly. They reached too high, flew too close to the sun too quickly, and got burned. A brief search on the web will turn up countless horror stories about Indochino suits that fit terribly, inconsistent sizing from one order to the next, cheap materials and build quality and construction, and poor fabric choices and matching…

Review: J Crew’s New Unstructured, Unlined, Linen-Cotton “Un-Suit”

With the coldest months of the winter drawing to a close, it’s time to start thinking about the summer. And, with the summer, comes summer weddings. And, with summer weddings, comes the need to wear a suit in hot weather. For that matter, weddings aside, it’s a good idea to have a lightweight, breezy suit for wearing during the warmer months of the year — whatever your reason for wearing it might be...