Your voice will be heard!
We're putting the finishing touches on our F/W '12 product lineup and working on the development of S/S '13--and we want to hear what you guys are particularly keen on these days.
What's your favorite jacket model?
What type of shirt collar do you wear most?
What Suitsupply products have you particularly loved in the past?
What pieces can you not find anywhere (or for a reasonable price) that you're dying to have made?
Washington or washington half, you could do a model based on this one with lighter shoulder pads though. Or do more unconstructed models with peak lapels and patch pockets. I think 3x patchpockets whould be very popular on some of the relaxed models.
I love your extreme fullspread (as have my shirts H3209 and H3202 from this season) but a large cutaway, as on H3116, is very nice as well. You do great shirt collars, and the possibility to buy extra long shirts are very good. The fit extra slimfit is very nice, although not extremly slim considering scandinavian standards. The fabricts however are very often too shiny and dressy and/or are presented misleadingly on the website. Of the 5 shirts I have ordered from you, 3 have been returned only because of the shiny fabrict or because the colour was not as described. I think you should really try to make more staple shirts as well, basic light blues shirts with non-shiny fabricts (not fish/herringbone etc), french blue shirts with cutaway/fullspread collars. Everyday shirts that are hard to find at decent prices, with extra long sizes and good collars.
I love my Suitsupply Zip necks, my shirts (H3209 and H3202) and my linen scarfs. I haven't yet tried any jackets or suits but Im sure I will soon, maybe when you get more unconstructed options with peak lapels or wide nocth lapels and patch pockets. I really like the new polo shirts you released yesterday, maybe I will try one of them. I love what you do Suitsupply, you are definitely one of my favorite visits on the web, keep it up!
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