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It's possible, though it depends on the model. Super-slim stuff is not in fashion as much as it used to be ...
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I tried on a few blazers this season, and size 2 still fit like a slim 46. I'm a bigger/puffed up 46 and the size 3 fit more comfortably.

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I tried on a few blazers this season, and size 2 still fit like a slim 46. I'm a bigger/puffed up 46 and the size 3 fit more comfortably.

Noo, don't tell me that. Now I'm all confused. Most of the measurement charts I saw list size 2 blazers as having a ~50 cm chest, which is a touch bigger than the size 3 I own
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By the way, Brad did you own one of the painted tees? How has that held up after a couple washes? Kind of curious since the SA mentioned that the paint will come off.
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The paint will fade and the fabric will show through a bit, but it's not going to come close to totally coming off or anything. Just slightly less vibrant.
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How are Attachment (not KKA) leathers? Lots of good deals on Rakuten, but unsure if it's worth the risk/wait (and possible need to get them cleaned).

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REALLY depends on the model. The german calf ones are all fantastic, but when in doubt ask here
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