The time has come to conclude on my My.Suit experience. If you are unfamiliar with the series so far this is the third post, it will focus primarily on the construction and details of the suit. The first focused on the fitting and first fit. The second focused on the final fit of the suit, which I am pretty happy with. Generally speaking, the construction of the suit is mediocre. But for the price point of $495 I think it is a good value.
Let’s start with the basics. Production is in Mexico. I believe all of My.Suit’s jackets are half canvassed, which is better then fully fused but not quite the ideal of a fully canvased jacket. That said, I am worried about the longevity of the jacket, as any bit of fusing has been known to cause issue with both durability and fit. The stitching on the jacket is a mix of machine and hand work, but generally speaking it is done pretty well. The fabric is of acceptable quality. It is smooth to the touch and comfortable to wear, it is a little on the lighter side, which will be advantageous in the warmer months. For a proper discourse of the stitching and other details of the jacket and pants please refer to the pictures below.
All of this taken into account I would say that for the price of $495 the value is sound, I would go further and say that in the future I would purchase further products from My.Suit and that I would continue to work with the salesman that I used, Marcus Coy, from the Madison Ave location. As always, if you have any questions of comments, sound off below.
Note: FYGblog received in no way any material compensation from My.Suit or parties associated with My.Suit. For further thoughts on the matter please refer to ‘The Line Is Being Blurred.’