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Teacup

$599.95

Afterpay with 4 fortnightly payments of $149.99  more info

Includes Jacket and Pant.

  • Choose your preferred measurement option

    Click the next step to be guided through the measure process

    You'll need 15 minutes, a tape measure and a friend. You will also have the option to upload photos of yourself for accuracy so ensure you have a device that allows you to do that. 

    Click step two to customise your suit.

    You can submit your measurements at any point in time at https://www.suitably.com.au/measurements/

    Click step two to customise your suit.

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    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
    Body Form

    Choose the body type that best describes you.

    Neck Circumference (1/15)

    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 (2/15)

    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 (3/15)

    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 (4/15)

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

    Wrist Circumference (5/15)

    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 (6/15)

    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 (7/15)

    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 (8/15)

    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 (9/15)

    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 (10/15)

    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 (11/15)

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

    Trouser Rise (12/15)

    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 (13/15)

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

    Knee Circumference (14/15)

    Measure around the leg about 5 cms above the knee.

    Trouser length (15/15)

    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!

    Click on Step Two to choose your complimentary customisation options.

    Make it your own by choosing your complimentary options. 

    Buttons

    Lapels

    We can do shawl lapels in black satin. This is common on tuxedo style suits. 

    Pockets

    Welted pockets have the option of having a black satin border on them. This is common on tuxedo style suits. 


    A ticket pocket is a secondary pocket on the right side. This is mostly a stylistic choice today.

    Vents

    Done! Proceed to the next step. 

    Make it your own by choosing your complimentary options. 

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Description

THE ORIGINAL

The teacup is the first suit that Suitably ever created. The director and founder of Suitably wanted something robust and modern, but with a nod to the traditional sartorial trade. The Teacup was born.

With a stiff, heavy set fabric, and very specific details, The Teacup is designed to get people’s attention. With a gorgeous check running through the material with light blue and orange highlights, you are guaranteed to garner compliments. This particular suit is a versatile all-rounder that’s perfect if you want to stand out in the office or formal environment but can also be paired down to meet any requirement.

 

Styling Guide

Shirt

Because the teacup has contrasting blue and orange highlights in its check, it works with most shirts. However, as always, it’s best to ensure that the tone that you are trying to portray is considered. For business situations, keep it plain and simple with either white or subtle blues. If the situation calls for something a bit louder, pair with basic patterns.

RECOMMENDATIONS: Don’t think about it too much. This suit will work with most things in your closet, however, make sure that you consider the situation. Do not pair this with a loud shirt for formal situations. Avoid really busy patterns as the suit does all the talking for you.

Tie

Much like your shirt, avoid patterns that are too busy. Simple stripes and polka dots are fine but anything beyond that may potentially make your outfit look too messy for any real-world scenario. As always, your shirt and tie share a connection and it’s important to ensure that you make sure that they coordinate.

RECOMMENDATIONS: Check your shirt and match it. Avoid anything too patterned. Plain ties that compliment your shirt are a sure-fire hit with this one.

Shoes

Darker browns and tan is definitely the order of the day with The Teacup. Blacks come off too austere and anything light will ultimately look funny in contrast. Brogues look great in a casual situation however if you are in a formal situation, stick with some clean oxfords to help sharpen your look and keep the lines clean.

Occasions

If you can pull it off, this can work in formal and casual situations extremely well. Surprisingly multi-purpose if used correctly. Use the seperates to up your casual game and if you are in a formal situation, follow the rules above and you will always have a winner on your hands.

Observations/Notes

The Teacup is a classic that sits somewhat outside of modern convention yet still somehow manages to look timeless. If you’re sick of the standard blue’s and black’s of the corporate world, The Teacup is a safe choice for expanding your horizons.