Milano Fit Solid 1818 Suit

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The Milano Fit
Two-button suit, made from super 110's wool, woven in Italy. The Milano Fit is our slimmest, with the highest armhole and features a shorter jacket with narrow lapels. Hand-sewn upper armhole combines comfort with ease of movement. Thinner, softer shoulder pads. Side vents. Plain front trousers. Dry clean. Made in the USA. As a symbol of our dedication to American manufacturing, your Milano Fit suit arrives with an American Flag pin fastened in the lapel.

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The Milano Fit
Two-button suit, made from super 110's wool, woven in Italy. The Milano Fit is our slimmest, with the highest armhole and features a shorter jacket with narrow lapels. Hand-sewn upper armhole combines comfort with ease of movement. Thinner, softer shoulder pads. Side vents. Plain front trousers. Dry clean. Made in the USA. As a symbol of our dedication to American manufacturing, your Milano Fit suit arrives with an American Flag pin fastened in the lapel.

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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Good quality fabric, but sloppy fit I bought two Milano suits recently, which Brooks Brothers bills as "our most narrow and trim expression," featuring, "our trimmest plain-front trousers." I wish it were true. The fabric and construction are excellent, to be sure. It's a substantial, quality suit. But the fit is downright sloppy. I'm slim, though not skinny. And I normally wear a trim, but not skinny suit. Yet the trousers on the Milano suit fit like stovepipes. The jacket is too long. It's as if I'm a kid wearing my Dad's suit. It's disappointing, frankly. I'll be returning to my regular brand. May 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Natural fit I have a solid, not slim, though not heavy build--I'm 6'3" and a little over 200 lbs. This suit worked for me, especially compared to the Madison or Fitzgerald. I bought a size 43 though with other suits, I can go for a 42 long. I like that the jacket is a bit shorter, makes it seem sharper and less bulky. I had to have the pants let out an inch, but otherwise it fit well, not a true "slim fit" but not baggy either. The Milano has a natural fit so it doesn't feel like you're wearing a suit, like the Fitzgerald and the Madison does. This suit seems to strike a happy medium between the classic and the updated, slimmer style. I would buy the Milano suit again in another color. June 24, 2013
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Hello, thank you for your inquiry. Our Milano Navy Solid 1818 Suit is crafted using half-canvas construction. In fact, all of our 1818 suit collection is crafted as such, regardless of the fit (Milano, Fitzgerald, Regent and Madison).

We do hope this information is helpful.
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Yes, both styles have the exact same color.
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Hi,

I just bought a suit at a Brooks Brothers branch in London. There was no label on the cuff and inside the jacket, there's only a Brooks Brothers logo in blue and gold trim. There's a "Made in Italy" label up top. It's a fairly closely-cut three-button roll 2 suit, with normal-sized lapels, side vents, soft shoulders, and a curved, barchetta-style breast pocket. The salesman told me it was a Milano, but I haven't found it anywhere on your site. Do you have any idea which Brooks Brothers line would have this kind of suit?

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Hello, thank you for your inquiry. How wonderful it is to here that you stopped into our London store. We do hope you enjoyed your visit. It does sound as though you purchased a suit in our Milano fit, since you've noted it is closely-cut. We have four fits for our suits at Brooks Brothers: Milano, Regent, Fitzgerald and Madison... with Milano being our trimmest and Madison our most generous. In order to browse our selection of Milano fit suits, simply hover over "Men" at the main navigation above each page and you will then select "Suits." From there, you may utilize the filter at the left side of the page to refine your search by fit, here you will select Milano. Hopefully from there you will find the suit you purchased in London. It is suprising that the fit is not embroidered below Brooks Brothers at the left chest pocket at the interior. Typically, that is where we note the fit of the suit.

If you have additional questions, please call 800.274.1815 or email service@brooksbrothers to speak with a representative.

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Hello sir, thank you for your inquiry into our Milano Solid 1818 Suit.

We ask that you please contact Customer Service at 800.274.1815 or via email at service@brooksbrothers.com for prompt service in this matter.

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I plan on ordering a Milano fit suit.
In the Regent fit, 40R was a perfect fit on the shoulders but too long in the sleeve(and back length) - by about an inch(or an inch and a half).
In the Milano fit, should I go for a 40 R or a 40 S ?
I'm in Australia at the moment, going to a BB store and trying it on won't be doable.
Thanks for any and all advice.
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There is a significant difference between the Regent and Milano fit suits. It is difficult to make a credible suggestion with the limited information provided. However, if you are a 40 Regular in Regent, then perhaps a 42 Regular in the Milano cut might be suitable. Also, double check to see if you are a Regular or Short in tailored clothing. If you are a Regular, the sleeves can be altered to your specification.

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Suits are sized by combining your jacket measurement with a size category. These categories are Short, Regular, Long, and Extra Long. Generally, this breaks down by height as follows:

Short – Up to 5’9″

Regular – 5’10″ to 6′

Long – 6′ to 6’4″

Extra Long – 6’4″ and up
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Are the Canadian stores able to order sizes from the US and have it shipped to Toronto.
They have limited sizes in 40S in the Milano suits.
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Hello, thank you for your inquiry. Please call Customer Service at 860.741.4800 and a representative will assist you in finding the correct size at one of our US or Canadian stores or at our main Distribution Center.

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Brooks Brothers
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i'd like to buy this but i don't know what trousers should i choose?
is it ok that i just choose the same color?
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