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I know people who say the same thing
@orlais  you need to post more!
I asked cause I think dji fits that bill (in a good way)
mine is ramie/wool, @dji0 has 100% wool version. yea @eton97 kept it in pristine condition so there is much breaking in to be done! @dji0, are you usually on the smaller side of 44? I cannot imagine fitting into a sz 44 of this
I think my solution is to keep the jacket and start deadlifting again.
my thought was that at every seam, only one piece of the fabrics has the selvedge while the other part is just "plain" and hidden, so an expert tailor could just cut the plain part and piece it back together. I haven't investigated, but I would definitely not remove the selvedge...
yea I'm leaning towards keeping and [edit:] NOT getting it tailored in the lower back [[SPOILER]]
Congratulations, you are all in my head now. If it doesn't sell soon maybe I'll keep... Might just need to "break it in" a little. From a fashion nerd perspective it pushes all the right buttons
Side angle is always forgiving. A lot of space in the waist especially when open. I think I could probably fit into a sz 46. Plus the rigidity is a little at odds with my sloping shoulders. Details, but I care about details...  
sounds like Lanvin is the way to go then
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