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Here's a NWT Black Label solid navy suit in a slim 38R. It might go relatively cheap: the auction title doesn't mention Black Label, the pics aren't great and the suit has a small flaw. Opening bid is $49.99, and if the bidding doesn't take off, you could use some of the savings to have it rewoven. If this goes for $250 or less, I'd consider it a very good bargain on a hard-to-find size.

http://cgi.ebay.com/NWT-RALPH-LAUREN...QQcmdZViewItem

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post #2777 of 6709
There's something mesmeric about the pattern in the third of these three polyester wonders:

http://cgi.ebay.com/40R-Lot-3-Vintag...QQcmdZViewItem
post #2778 of 6709
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
Here's a NWT Black Label solid navy suit in a slim 38R. It might go relatively cheap: the auction title doesn't mention Black Label, the pics aren't great and the suit has a small flaw. Opening bid is $49.99, and if the bidding doesn't take off, you could use some of the savings to have it rewoven. If this goes for $250 or less, I'd consider it a very good bargain on a hard-to-find size.

http://cgi.ebay.com/NWT-RALPH-LAUREN...QQcmdZViewItem

Damn, if only black label wasn't so slim I'd be all over that. I'm almost like a 39R and would probably need a 40R in black label.
post #2779 of 6709
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There's something mesmeric about the pattern in the third of these three polyester wonders:

http://cgi.ebay.com/40R-Lot-3-Vintag...QQcmdZViewItem
post #2780 of 6709
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Damn, if only black label wasn't so slim I'd be all over that. I'm almost like a 39R and would probably need a 40R in black label.

Yeah, same here. Had it been bigger, I'd never have posted it.

I usually have to size up to a 40R in Black Label.
post #2781 of 6709
Interesting BL comments. I am a true 40R and find that the BL 40R fits me perfectly.
post #2782 of 6709
any idea of the age of this jacket or if its a good value? I see the lower button stance/wide lapels but didn't know if that is/was used in the more recent brioni's. http://cgi.ebay.com/BRIONI-100-CASHM...QQcmdZViewItem
post #2783 of 6709
Definitely an older Brioni. A testament to the power of the brand name that a low-gorge sportcoat with gravy stains and fuzzy edges can still command $54.
post #2784 of 6709
any idea its age? I bought a similar one with the same model name.
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Definitely an older Brioni. A testament to the power of the brand name that a low-gorge sportcoat with gravy stains and fuzzy edges can still command $54.
post #2785 of 6709
Took a chance on these Grensons...anybody have an idea as to the quality? http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...MEWA:IT&ih=001 EDIT: Oops, wrong topic, shoulda posted in the cool shoes section...sorry guys.
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I want a Brunello Cucinelli Oneszie.
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Makes me wish I were a baseball announcer circa 1970
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Seriously, wtf?
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