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Slated

$699.95

Available with 4 fortnightly payments with Afterpay

  • Standard configuration includes tailored jacket and pant. 

    You'll need 15 minutes, a tape measure and a friend. You will also have the option to upload photos of yourself for accuracy. If you are on a device with a camera, you can take the photos when prompted. 

    You can submit your measurements at any point. More Info

    Once your order is complete, we'll get in touch to organise your preferred location. We cover all capital cities in AU and NZ and most large regional areas: 

    Further details HERE

    Utilise our advanced AI and 3D mesh app measurement solution. If you're using the app on your phone, you'll be directed to take your measurements after purchase. If you're on another device, we'll email you all the details. This is the fastest and most popular measuring method. 

    Garment Customisation

    Customise your garment or leave blank to choose defaults. 

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    No pants in this configuration. Click next. 

    Premium Options
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    Basic Options Complete

    Choose the rest of your customisations below or hit "Buy It Now" to continue your purchase. 

    Before We Begin

    Measuring yourself is a simple process if you follow the rules. Here are a few things to keep in mind when measuring yourself to make sure you get the best result. Click the options so we know that you've got the message. 

    Don't stress! We run every set of measurement through our AR and Averaging system. If we see something that looks a little suspect, we'll contact you by email and get you to double check. 

    Basic Info
    Neck Circumference (1/16)

    Place the tape around the neck and around the middle of Adam's apple. Leave a forefinger’s worth of space within the tape.

    Shoulder Width (2/16)

    Put tape along the shoulder arc, measure the shoulder arc from the left shoulder point to the right shoulder point. The "shoulder point" is the place where shoulder seam and armhole seam meet on a well-fitting shirt. Remember, the shoulder arc is not a straight line.

    Sleeve Length (3/16)

    Place the tape on the shoulder point (where the shoulder seam and armhole seam meet on your well-fitting shirt). Measure from the shoulder point to just before where thumb and forefinger meet. Keep your arms straight and relaxed.

    Bicep circumference (4/16)

    Put the tape under armpit, measure the circumference of the fullest part of your bicep.

    Wrist Circumference (5/16)

    Measure around the wrist. This one is pretty simple. If we’re being honest, what your reading right now is just filler. Go get that measurement!

    Bust Circumference (6/16)

    Relax your body and maintain a natural stance. Measure around the fullest part of your chest. Make sure your arms are down and ensure that you can feel the tape around your entire body.

    Jacket Waist (7/16)

    Relax your body and maintain a natural stance. Measure at the bottom of the ribcage, or, if you’re carrying a little bit of love around the middle, measure at just before your belly starts. Make sure your arms are down and ensure that you can feel the tape around your entire body.

    Belly Circumference (8/16)

    Relax your body and maintain a natural stance. Measure across the widest part of your belly. This is usually around the belly button. Make sure your arms are down and ensure that you can feel the tape around your entire body.

    Jacket length (9/16)

    Measure straight down from the base of the neck (the point where the shoulder and neck meet) and run the tape straight down until it’s in line with just before where the thumb and forefinger meet.

    Waist Circumference (10/16)

    Relax your body and maintain a natural stance. Measure around where you usually wear your belt, measure around the thinnest part of your waist. Ensure that you are not wearing a belt when you take this measurement. Ensure that you are not wearing jeans as these are worn lower and are thicker than suit pants.

    Hips Circumference (11/16)

    Measure around the fullest part of your hips and bum. Ensure that you can feel the tape around your entire body.

    Trouser Rise (12/16)

    Place the tape at the top of the waistband in the middle of your pants. Run the tape through your legs and through to the top of the waistband at the back of your pants. Ensure that you can feel the tape the whole way but make sure that it’s not too tight (unless you want your swimmers a hard time).

    Thigh Circumference (13/16)

    Place the tape just under the crotch and measure around the widest part of your thigh.

    Knee Circumference (14/16)

    Measure around the leg about 5 cms above the knee.

    Calf Circumference (15/16)

    Measure around the widest part of the calf.

    Trouser length (16/16)

    Without shoes, measure vertically along the outseam from the top of your pant’s waistband to the floor.

    Photo Upload

    Optional but HIGHLY RECCOMMENDED. 

    Send us some photos of yourself before you measure yourself. We process the images through our innovative AR system and use it to validate the information that you provide us. 

    The photos that you need are: 

    • Full-body photo from the front.
    • Full-body photo from the side.
    • Full-body photo from the back.
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    You're Done!

    Choose your complimentary customisation options or hit Buy It Now and we'll do the rest. 

    Click here to choose your unique custom lining. If you'd like to look at high resolutions images of these, click HERE

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    Lining Selection Complete

    Move on to the next steps or click the buy button if you are ready to purchase. 

    Click here to customise your jacket. 

    The lapels are the folded parts of fabric in the front of your suit. The lapel can make a big difference to the form and function of the jacket. 

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    Change the button configuration on the front of the jacket. This can drastically change the look, feel and purpose of your suits. 

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    Originally used as a place to put your theatre ticket on a night on the town, the ticket pocket is now a stylistic option used to add some flair. 

    Pick-stitching is a stylistic choice in which visible stitching appears around the border of a lapel. Typically considered a sign of a handmade garment. 

    Satin Details

    Add some satin touches to your suit. You typically see this on tuxedos and wedding suits. Surcharges apply.

    Jacket Customisation Complete

    Move on to the next steps or click the buy button if you are ready to purchase. 

    Click here to customise your pant. 

    Choose the waistline option that best suits your needs. 

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    Choose the waistline option that best suits your needs. 

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    Change the cuff style at the bottom of your pant. 

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    Line your pocket with a satin welt. Mostly used on tuxedos.

    Add a satin stripe down the length of the pant. Common on some styles of tuxedos. 

    Pant Customisation Complete

    Move on to the next steps or click the buy button if you are ready to purchase. 

    Click here to customise your vest. 

    Choose the design of the vest lapel

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    Choose how many buttons your vest has and what configuration they are in. 

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    Vest Customisation Complete

    Move on to the next steps or click the buy button if you are ready to purchase. 

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Description

The Everyday Grey.

When you have limited wardrobe space, it’s important that your suits are versatile. Slated represents an excellent choice for those that need a suit that will work in most situations without too much effort. The palette is dark, but not so dark that it comes off austere and allows it to become a great canvas for your accessories. The subtle texture in the weave adds to the luxurious feel of the fabric and plays well with the light, providing a visually interesting element that stops this from being “just a grey suit”.

This suit looks great regardless of what accessories you match it with. It doesn’t matter if you favour reds, blues, darker or lighter colours. Slated will work with what you already have and allow you to create multiple ensembles for almost any event that you need to be prepared for. Even better, this suit will work with almost any shoe you may already have in your wardrobe. Such versatility means that you’ll have to try very hard to not look well put together. Short of a funeral, there’s not much that this suit can’t be dressed for. If you can only have one, this makes a great contender for your attention.

Styling Guide

Shirt

Whites and pastels work best. Use the simple colour scheme of the suit as an opportunity to play with patterns and textures. Ginghams and checks work great in a business context and this will work excellently with blues, pinks, whites and most colours in between.

Tie

Take your tie cues from the shirt. As the suit is so subtle, matching your shirt will lead to the best combinations. Try not to go too dark with your tie choice as it may look unseemly against the light nature of the suit.

Shoes

With a palette so versatile, you’ll find that this will work great with black, brown and almost everything in between. Just remember that the darker the shoe, the more formal your total outfit will look.

OCCASIONS

Wonderfully versatile and will work in most situations with the right accessories. Avoid wearing this at funerals as that situation requires you to wear black.

Additional information

Occasion

Business, Formal, Weddings

Colour

Grey

Pattern

Flat