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C'e Luca by ISAIA suit, 50e (38r/40r) worn once; 130s wool! SOLD

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by gildedage, Feb 9, 2013.

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  1. gildedage

    gildedage Well-Known Member

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    C'e Luca by ISAIA suit, 50e (38r/40r)
    Retail: $1200
    Asking: $350>$325 SOLD SOLD(includes CONUS shipping; international buyers pay actual cost)
    Size: 50e/ 38-40r (please check measurements)
    Color: blue
    Construction: half-canvas; 130s wool; tons of handstitching
    Condition: perfect; literally worn once for a few hours to a job fair. Purchased on Gilt about 1.5-2 years ago.

    C'e Luca is a diffusion brand of ISAIA. Great construction and great fabrics.

    Note: I tried a new tailor who installed smoke mother of pearl buttons (great buttons) but left them somewhat too fair apart for my taste.

    Measurements:
    Jacket
    shoulder: 17.5''
    sleeve: 25.5
    chest: 21''
    waist: 20''
    length from bottom of collar: 30''

    Trousers
    waist: 17.25'' (laying flat)
    inseam: 31.5'' (+1'')
    leg opening: 7.75''

    PLEASE ASK ALL QUESTIONS prior to purchase. Please review all photos. I prefer to consider sales final unless I've inadvertently misrepresented the item.
     
    Last edited: Feb 18, 2013
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