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Barely worn cotton cardigan in a classic navy, purchased last fall at the Muji flagship store in Los Angeles.    Light ribbing to give it some visual/textural interest. Fits slim; I'm a 38R and this fits great. It's just one cardigan too many in my wardrobe. It's in excellent condition.    Chest: 20 inches Shoulder: 17 inches Sleeve: 25 inches Length: 26.5 inches    Free USPS shipping. 
Barely worn cotton cardigan in a classic navy, purchased last fall at the Muji flagship store in Los Angeles.    Light ribbing to give it some visual/textural interest. Fits slim; I'm a 38R and this fits great. It's just one cardigan too many in my wardrobe. It's in excellent condition.    Chest: 20 inches Shoulder: 17 inches Sleeve: 25 inches Length: 26.5 inches    Free USPS shipping. 
Badsha: What's the name of Toth's store? I'm trying to find it via Yelp but got nada. Thanks !
In case anyone is liquidating F/W wear to get ready for spring, I'm looking for a slim v-neck sweater in something like a lambswool, donegal or shetland yarn: something with a little texture vs. the clean sheen of a merino or cashmere.   Size medium (chest 36-38), color in a navy (though mid/dark blues are also fine). J.Crew's slim lambswool is what I have in mind but i'm open to other makers. 
This is a long shot but I'm looking for a Pendleton Shetland cable shawl cardigan. I think they had it in their 2012-13 season (possibly earlier) but it's no longer in stock. I need a small. 
Stevent: who makes those two wingtip boots in the back row? Danke. 
I'm looking for one of their lighter weight sportcoats in the half-lined Havana style, preferably in a shade of blue or brown that will wear well in warm-weather autumns. 
Don't worry about it. I just realized: we're both in L.A. If convenient, maybe I can just swing by, try the jacket on in person, and bring cash in case I want to make the purchase?    --Oliver
Despos (or anyone else):   My ideal measurements for a sport coat are:   Shoulders: 17-17.5 (seam to seam) Chest: 18.5-19 (pit to pit) Waist: 36-37 Sleeve: 25   I feel like I'd ideally be a 37R but of course, that's not a common size.    When I look at 38Rs, I often find ones where the shoulders are fine but, Chest: 20 Waist: 38   How likely can a decent tailor adjust that standard 38R to fit my measurements? Or am I better off just hunting for slim 38Rs or...
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