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post #16 of 24
Is it the Radcliff model?
post #17 of 24
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Originally Posted by DGP
Until I have more information, I'm not even convinced it's a real Oxxford.
Legit seller, and the closeups show a good bit of detail. It does appear to be a Radcliffe.

On a related note BIN (different suit from the subject of this thread) for $72, used but looks to be in good condition. Claims sz 41 but measures 39L.
post #18 of 24
I'm going to have to agree, it seems overdone.
post #19 of 24
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Originally Posted by tiger02
Legit seller, and the closeups show a good bit of detail. It does appear to be a Radcliffe.

On a related note BIN (different suit from the subject of this thread) for $72, used but looks to be in good condition. Claims sz 41 but measures 39L.


The other thing, and I could be over-analyzing, is that I'm not sure that both jacket pics are the same jacket. It's the tag. On the close-up, there is no tag behind the lapel. But on the zoomed out one, you can see it. And why would a used suit have a tag still on it? Let's see the auction, no?
post #20 of 24
Quote:
Originally Posted by DGP
The other thing, and I could be over-analyzing, is that I'm not sure that both jacket pics are the same jacket. It's the tag. On the close-up, there is no tag behind the lapel. But on the zoomed out one, you can see it. And why would a used suit have a tag still on it? Let's see the auction, no?

Maybe not an Oxxford, OK fine, but maybe not even the same coat in each pic?

Are you sure you're actually writing to the real Style Forum, and not an exact duplicate set up to falsely advertise fake Oxxfords by people who can't take 2 pictures of the SAME fake Oxxford?

Just kidding of course. If I disappear tomorrow you'll know I stumbled upon the real conspiracy, so you should snipe that coat!
post #21 of 24
It very possible that the coat is an Oxxford MTM, which allows for virtually any change in coat and trouser design. Oxxford will cut a suit to Thom Browne dimensions, if you ask.
post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by Tomasso
It very possible that the coat is an Oxxford MTM, which allows for virtually any change in coat and trouser design. Oxxford will cut a suit to Thom Browne dimensions, if you ask.

This would also be my guess. The lapels on the Radcliffe I saw were quite a bit narrower than those on the suit in the OP.
post #23 of 24
Here are a few images of a Radcliffe of mine...



post #24 of 24
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