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did you get a pair delivered and work things out with the seller?

I bought the loafers and the boots,only the boots arrived. Probably a good thing that the loafers did not show as they run quite large.
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Noice! $500?

Yup
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This is beyond tempting...
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This is beyond tempting...

Definitely a no-brainer if you're a 40R I would say.
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Definitely a no-brainer if you're a 40R I would say.

Eh, trying to save up for some new sweaters for Fall. Plus I'm a bit concerned about the true color. Think it might be a bit too close to mid-grey to pair with mid-grey flannels?
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Eh, trying to save up for some new sweaters for Fall. Plus I'm a bit concerned about the true color. Think it might be a bit too close to mid-grey to pair with mid-grey flannels?

Hmm possibly. Can't see it being "Camel" as the seller has listed. More of a muted beige. Will let you know once it's arrived.
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Hmm possibly. Can't see it being "Camel" as the seller has listed. More of a muted beige. Will let you know once it's arrived.

Some of the pictures make it look like a dusty brown, which would be ideal. However, the closer-up pictures make it appear to be a mid grey with flecks of browns and muted greens. A cool color and fabric looks great nonetheless, but the more I think about it the more nervous I get about how it will pair with odd trousers.
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Definitely a no-brainer if you're a 40R I would say.

 

I usually wear a 40, but the 55cm is scaring me off a little since that would measure over 43".  Am I thinking about that wrong?  It's a great looking jacket.

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I usually wear a 40, but the 55cm is scaring me off a little since that would measure over 43".  Am I thinking about that wrong?  It's a great looking jacket.

It does seem slightly generous for a 40R but that could be the way he has measured it.

Corneliani is usually quite consistent sizing wise from my experience.
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Very tempting indeed the Corneliani jacket, but I'm afraid it could big in the chest (or wrong measurements). The Drop 7 means it should be pretty slim though. I bought a Corneliani 50It Drop7 this summer which fits very nicely. Similar jackets size 50 drop 6 were huge for me...
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Doesn't help that the model could possibly be wearing a size too large for them - the sleeve width looks huge in the photo. 

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