Reviewed by Steve from Downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Wow your date. Impress your boss. Your co-workers will wonder how you could afford such an expensive suit (share the STP secret only with your good friends). The fabric is lighter than a charcoal grey and darker than a silver grey. Basically a solid color so the shirt and tie possibilities are vast...
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Reviewed by NW CT Arch from CT on Wednesday, October 30, 2013
I had recently purchased a Hickey Freeman Blazer and was very pleased with the fabric and fit. I was really looking forward to wearing this suit. However, I was very disappointed when I tried the jacket and found that the cut was completely different. The shoulders, sleeves, and waist fit but the chest was baggy. I consulted a tailor and was told that it could not be altered for a proper fit. I have returned the suit and told STP I was disappointed with their description and the fact that I had paid for all the shipping charges.
Reviewed by Business Man from New York on Sunday, January 13, 2013
Not really "brown". It's a grey / brown tweed. I have one like the "grey" so got this. Very nice! My shoulders are normally too wide for HF, but this one fits well. No alterations needed; just pants hemmed.
Hickey Freeman Suits are lined with Bemberg lining, the gold standard, which wonâ€™t fade or shrink.||Bemberg is the trade name for a type of rayon yarn. Fabrics made from this yarn are frequently used for presentation flags, and for lining high quality suits and coats.
Answered on 8/7/2012 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from Unknown
Suit weight is based on ounces per linear yard of fabric:||Tropical 7-8 ounce|Mid-weight 10-11 ounces|Cold weather 13 ounces||The mid weight suits are made from worsted wool or gabardine and are considered an all year weight unless itâ€™s really hot and then youâ€™d want a tropical.weight wool. Linen or cotton and blends of linen, cotton, wool or silk are also good choices for hot weather. Suits listed as flannel or tweed would be a cold weather weight. I hope this helps.
Answered on 7/31/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod. Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post