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Corneliani suits

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I know they are well regarded for their shirts... how about the suits? I know they have an Italian cut to them, I wonder how severe it is. I wear a 48L now in American suits and have a chance to buy a European size 58 Corneliani Super 150s suit. I'm losing weight now and will be down to a American sack suit 46 very shortly... think a 58 Italian cut would worknow or would I have to wait until I get a bit smaller? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
post #2 of 5
I just bought a Corneliani myself 42r and found I could have done with a 43r, even though I am a 42R normally. The suit is great, but the cut is a bit different than say a Canali, which I normally wear. The jacket seems more elongated and slimmer than a Canali. I'm ignorant as to the different cuts in Italian style, but am sure someone on here will be able identify them. Corneliani makes a great suit and a size larger would probably be the way to go.
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then I assume if I get down to a 46, a 48 Corneliani would be ok in your opinion?
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Well, based on my experience, I think yes.
post #5 of 5
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I went ahead and bought it... it's super 150's merino wool, grey 3 button, got it for $420. If it fits I will be a very, very happy guy.
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