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It's pretty similar, but I do think the chest works better on me than on Noodles (at least judging by these two pictures)
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I'd say a positive example of the free market economy at work 

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I hope it was a good pick up for you @sugarbutch. That was a steal?

 

Yes, I got some man boobs.

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Yeah, the trousers (based on his reporting of the measurements) are about 2" too long, and I will likely take .75-1" off the sleeves.
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I did try the jacket, though...
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What Polo model (usually in the inner tag)? Would love to hunt one down in my size. Looks fantastic. Shorten the sleeves and the fit is almost @ bespoke level IMO
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I hope it was a good pick up for you @sugarbutch
. That was a steal?

Yes, I got some man boobs.

I am pleased. Gracias, Noodles.
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I did try the jacket, though...
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What Polo model (usually in the inner tag)? Would love to hunt one down in my size. Looks fantastic. Shorten the sleeves and the fit is almost @ bespoke level IMO

Neither of the Polo suits with me today lists the model in plain English, just alphanumeric codes followed by "BLUE LABEL".
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Just how it looked on Noodles...great.
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Clearly photoshop. It would have said bearded prick otherwise.

 

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It's pretty similar, but I do think the chest works better on me than on Noodles (at least judging by these two pictures)

 

I think this is partly due to:

a) The angle

b) Noodles' inability to take a half decent photograph.

 

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Neither of the Polo suits with me today lists the model in plain English, just alphanumeric codes followed by "BLUE LABEL".

 

Can you take a picture of the tags? Blue label is usually corneliani, though I think this might be slightly older...

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Dang it people!

It's blue label. Cornrollnealian. Half canvassed.

ANd made in Italia

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I have the same suit in charcoal. It's made by Corneliani but no indication of model.

 

Here's the tag from the listing:

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Dang it people!
It's blue label. Cornrollnealian. Half canvassed.
ANd made in Italia
Bradford? Bleeker?, Desmond? Polo I, I, III, IV etc etc? ffffuuuu.gif
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Ralph Lauren Polo Blue Label Louis III of the American Empire.

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I'm pretty sure that's an older corneliani label. 

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