Here’s an overview of what it’s like to shop at Suitsupply, along with 13+ outfits from their Fall/Winter 2022 collection.
Thanks to Suitsupply for sponsoring this article!
When it comes to buying a suit, Suitsupply has been my go-to recommendation for several years now.
If a friend asks me to help them buy a wedding suit, for example, I take them to Suitsupply.
I’ve even taken my own brothers and brothers in law to Suitsupply to get suited up for their weddings.
I choose Suitsupply for three reasons:
First, for the money, Suitsupply makes some of the best suits you can buy.
Second, they have something for everyone.
Between all of the different styles and wide range of sizes, and their custom made program, anyone can find clothes that fit really well at Suitsupply, regardless of height, weight or body type.
Third, I trust the people who work at Suitsupply to take good care of their customers. I can take someone to Suitsupply and just leave them with a stylist, and I know that they’re in good hands.
They won’t be pressured into buying a suit that doesn’t fit well or that they don’t actually love.
I’m also a fan of Suitsupply for my own wardrobe. If you haven’t seen my Suitsupply Custom Suit Review (not sponsored), go check it out.
My custom suit and overcoat both fit exceptionally well!
All of this to say, I’m really excited to work with Suitsupply again for this article.
Shopping at Suitsupply
This time, I wanted to show you what it’s like to shop at Suitsupply, especially if you get the chance to visit one of their stores.
I spent some time at their Scottsdale location, where Noah and the rest of the team helped me pick out some items from Suitsupply’s ready-to-wear collection, and design a few custom pieces.
One thing I really love about Suitsupply is the seamless transition between online and in store shopping.
For example, you can use their Custom Made tool to design shirts, jackets, coats and suits online, then finish your designs with a stylist in the store.
They’ll even help you get your sizing exactly right and update your Size Passport so future purchases are guaranteed to fit perfectly.
Plus, if you buy something off the rack that needs some alterations – like getting your suit pants hemmed or shirt sleeves shortened – Suitsupply has in house tailors that can handle this stuff for you.
You don’t have to go find your own tailor, which saves you a lot of time.
The store I visited is in Scottsdale Quarter, an open air mall near Phoenix, Arizona. It’s a bright, spacious second floor shop with a cool patio area that you can hang out on and enjoy a coffee.
They had all of their core collections on display:
They also had lots of seasonal items from their fall/winter collection, which included plenty of warm fabrics like wool, cashmere and corduroy, casual tailoring, and lots of earth tones like off white and brown.
I spent some time wandering around the store with Noah and getting a feel for Suitsupply’s current collections.
I tried on a few ready-to-wear pieces — mostly casual items like jeans and sweaters – then we decided to go custom for some pants, shirts and jackets.
Designing Custom Made Garments
For someone like me who often has a hard time finding clothes that fit perfectly off the rack, having the option to go custom is an absolute game changer.
Noah had me put on some trial garments to make sure my Size Passport was up to date. We made some minor tweaks based on my current build and preferences.
Then came the fun part: choosing fabrics!
The patio came in really handy. We took the fabric books outside to get a sense of what the various fabrics would look like in the sunlight.
You should definitely do this if you can, especially if you’re buying clothes for an outdoor event like a wedding.
After choosing fabrics, Noah guided me through all of the different customization options for my jacket, pants and shirts.
You can really geek out with all of the options — everything from shoulder construction to waistband design and, of course, jacket lining and monogramming.
Receiving My Order
After that, my job was done. The custom order would be shipped right to my front door in just a few weeks.
I’m happy to say that, once again, Suitsupply did not disappoint!
Let’s put together some outfits using both ready to wear and custom pieces from my Suitsupply haul.
Suitsupply Outfits for Fall/Winter 2022
These are in no particular order, by the way, and the outfits weren’t planned out in advance.
Most of these pieces are interchangeable, so I’m just really just trying different combinations to see what looks I can come up with.
Let’s start with these mid grey Ames drawstring trousers. They’re like a mid-lightweight chino material, and I left them long to be able to cuff and wear with
They go perfectly with this light grey sweater that’s made from an ultra soft blend of cotton and silk.
I’m wearing off white, unlined suede
Add a Custom Sport Coat
To smarten things up a bit, I added this charcoal and navy gun check sport coat. I’ve always loved this type of checkered pattern, and the colors go with everything.
When I was customizing this jacket, I decided to make it casual. Natural shoulders make it make wear almost like a cardigan.
This is a great look if you want to stand out a little bit without looking like you’re trying too hard.
Dressing Things Up
Of course, if you really want to dress things up, you should swap the chinos and
Charcoal wool dress pants and dark brown tassel loafers should do the trick.
This dark palette of grey and navy, charcoal and chocolate, is great for any dressy evening event, but textures and heavier fabrics make this specific outfit perfect for fall and winter.
Custom Cashmere Overcoat
Of course, if it’s cold outside, you’ll need a coat, and a casual parka won’t do. Go for a wool overcoat like this one from Suitsupply’s custom made program.
It’s a light grey, single breasted pure cashmere overcoat that’s unadorned except for a martingale strap on the back.
This coat is cut large enough in the shoulders and sleeves to accommodate a suit jacket or sport coat underneath, but it’s tailored enough to wear over a sweater.
The sturdy collar can be stood up for a more dashing look.
Wear It Casually
The cool thing about this kind of topcoat is that it’s surprisingly easy to dress down, so you can actually get a lot more wear out of it than you might think.
For example, wear the same charcoal trousers with a denim button down shirt. Keep the loafers for an easy business casual fit.
Or, keep the turtleneck, but swap the dress pants for some made-in-Italy jeans, and you’re ready for date night.
It’s a versatile coat, just like pretty much everything else I tried on for this feature.
Medium Blue Jeans
Speaking of jeans, let’s dress them down with that crew neck sweater, a down vest and a pair of casual chukka boots.
Change things up by swapping the crew neck out for a buttonless long sleeve polo in grey.
This wool-cashmere polo wears more like a sweater.
The dark brown quilted down vest finishes this outfit off nicely, along with some mid brown boots.
I also tried on some light brown Porto chinos. My favorite thing about chino pants is how versatile they are.
Just throw on a button up shirt, a casual sport coat and some loafers, and you’ve got yourself a modern business casual getup.
For shoes, I went with classic penny loafers in beige.
I like the beige loafers with this outfit, but it looks even sharper with these chocolate brown tassel loafers.
The dark brown color goes with everything from tan to charcoal.
Custom Denim Shirt
By the way, the shirt is made-to-measure, so everything from the fabric and buttons to the placket and collar style is custom.
The inky mid blue denim is surprisingly adaptable, and it works especially well alongside other textured fabrics like corduroy.
Custom Corduroy Pants
Speaking of corduroy, these pants are also custom, and they’re extremely comfortable.
I don’t have a ton of experience with corduroy pants, so I wanted to try building a few looks with around this pair.
First, I swapped the denim button down for a wool/cashmere turtleneck in true navy.
This particular rollneck can be dressed up or down. For example, wear it as a base layer under a denim shirt with
Wear it with a down vest and boots, and it looks a bit outdoorsy and rugged.
Put those brown tassel loafers back on to elevate the vest. I actually really like this look!
Then swap in the sport coat, and you’re ready for the office holiday party.
Again, those brown tassel loafers work really well here, especially with dark brown wool socks.
Everything they make is so easy to pair. I could easily put together at least 5-10 more looks with this set of clothing.
That’s one of many reasons why I love Suitsupply: they just know how to make men look amazing.
Whether you go through their custom made program to get the perfect suit or tuxedo for your wedding, or you just need to upgrade some of your casual wardrobe staples, I highly recommend visiting a Suitsupply location as soon as you get the chance.
Have you tried Suitsupply?
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