P.S. I'd be interested in trades. I still need a few ties, a couple of dress shirts (15.5 --> 15.75), could use a briefcase or travel bag, and wouldn't mind an alternative sportcoat in 38-40R. Nothing boxy please!
To be perfectly honest - and to run the risk of sounding like an amateur - I don't know. The sleeves are certainly "folded in" about 1 1/2 inches. If that's a sign that they can be "let out", then I imagine they can be.
I apologize. I've just recently had to enter the world of proper men's fashions and am still learning the ropes. Hence the reason for my averting to the previous sales thread for proper measurements and such.
Purchased this from a fellow SF'er. Unfortunately, neither the color nor the proportions are ideal for my body. A shame, since the coat has tons of character and is made of wonderful cashmere.
See pics and measurements of the jacket here:
Asking $SOLD$ inclusive.
Got to get a J.O.B., and that means MONEY for some "real" grown-up clothes.
I'm pretty stressed for time, so if you need exact measurements please be patient.
Everything is as described, and from the vantage point of a bloke who's 5"11 and 175lbs.
Prices include shipping within CONUS/Canada.
1. Nom de Guerre. Classic fit. SOLD!!!!
2. W+H Henley. Burgundy & White. Tagged large - fits like a relaxed medium or fitted large. Handwashed once, worn 4 times. ...
Originally Posted by JLibourel
I have somewhere around 30 Canali ties. A couple of them do have "Made in Italy" on the keeper. Unless SFA and NM are in the business of flogging counterfeits, I don't think this is an indicator of spuriousness.
If one were to counterfeit Canalis, why bother copying a much less common variant of the labelling? What would anyone bother counterfeiting Canali ties at all when they can so readily be had or sale or...