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post #2416 of 2421

According to their website there should be difference: http://www.tmlewin.co.uk/Size-Chart-Tabs/Size-Chart-Tabs,en_GB,pg.html

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Originally Posted by kbaskim View Post

According to their website there should be difference: http://www.tmlewin.co.uk/Size-Chart-Tabs/Size-Chart-Tabs,en_GB,pg.html

That page doesn't say anything about the London Super Fitted, unless I am missing something.
post #2418 of 2421

I obviously didn´t read the post thoroughly, my bad @Rugger.

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I obviously didn´t read the post thoroughly, my bad @Rugger
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Strong first post icon_gu_b_slayer[1].giflol8[1].gif
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Yeah... great :brick:

 

Trying to make up for a horrible first post:

It looks like it´s the same fit and the London range of shirts have "new and unique details on collar, cuffs and buttons."

post #2421 of 2421

Recently purchased a Barba from ShopTheFinest http://www.shopthefinest.com/p-76745-barba-napoli-blue-shirt-extra-slim-155-us-39-eu.aspx

 

Does anyone know of a shirt that is slightly slimmer?

 

I have a Maria Santangelo that I picked up at a store while in Miami that fits a little slimmer (about 2 inches in the chest and waist and an inch in the shoulders) better but that was 200 as opposed to the 140 for the Barba from STF and I can't find Maria Santangelos anywhere else.

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