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NWT >1600 retail Pal Zileri Blazers (Multiple pieces, Guabello, LP, Reda, VBC)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by borbor, Nov 22, 2015.

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  1. borbor

    borbor Well-Known Member

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    I have all of these up on ebay atm; but will work out a deal with SF members. This being December, I'll ship free via DHL express across the border (can ---> usa) and canpost expedite for cdns. Guys outside of NA we can split the fees.

    All have tags attached, all are dual vents, with surgeon cuffs that are unworked; buttons and threads included.

    1) NWT Zileri Reda S130 Blazer eur 52R

    measures:
    Armpit to armpit (garment laid flat, top button buttoned): 21 5/8"
    Waist (narrowest part of jacket, garment laid flat, top button buttoned):20.25"
    Sleeve (shoulder seam to cuff): 26"
    Shoulder (seam to seam): 18.75"
    Length (base of collar to rear hem): 29.75"


    I also have one in identical fabric in a sz 50R EUR

    Armpit to armpit (garment laid flat, top button buttoned): 21"
    Waist (narrowest part of jacket, garment laid flat, top button buttoned):19.5"
    Sleeve (shoulder seam to cuff): 25.75"
    Shoulder (seam to seam): 18.75"
    Length (base of collar to rear hem): 29.5"




    2) NWT Zileri with Guabello fabric sz EUR 54L (navy, microcheck / graph check)
    Armpit to armpit (garment laid flat, top button buttoned): 21.5"
    Waist (narrowest part of jacket, garment laid flat, top button buttoned):20"
    Sleeve (shoulder seam to cuff): 25.75"
    Shoulder (seam to seam): 18.75"
    Length (base of collar to rear hem): 29.5"


    I also have this one in 54L and 56R (EUR)

    3) NWT Zileri with LP fabric sz EUR 52R
    Armpit to armpit (garment laid flat, top button buttoned): 21.75"
    Waist (narrowest part of jacket, garment laid flat, top button buttoned):20.25"
    Sleeve (shoulder seam to cuff): 26.25"
    Shoulder (seam to seam): 19"
    Length (base of collar to rear hem): 29.75"

    4) NWT Zileri with VBC flannel unlined sz EUR 56L
    Armpit to armpit (garment laid flat, top button buttoned): 23.75"
    Waist (narrowest part of jacket, garment laid flat, top button buttoned):22"
    Sleeve (shoulder seam to cuff): 27.25"
    Shoulder (seam to seam): 20"
    Length (base of collar to rear hem): 31"


    5) NWT Zileri with Delfino sz EUR 56L
    Armpit to armpit (garment laid flat, top button buttoned): 23.5"
    Waist (narrowest part of jacket, garment laid flat, top button buttoned):21.75"
    Sleeve (shoulder seam to cuff): 27.25"
    Shoulder (seam to seam): 20"
    Length (base of collar to rear hem): 31.25"
     
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    I have the Zileri / Guabello and it is freaking fantastic. Anything else here in my size would be gone.
     
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    borbor Well-Known Member

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    I didn't fit the smaller Guabellos; but that cloth ranks in my top 5 in terms of the combination of colour, pattern and hand.

    Like it so much I'm going to try to track down something similar to have a jacket made up.
     
  6. zacattacks

    zacattacks Well-Known Member

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    Nice stuff, do you still have the first in a 50R?
     
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  7. borbor

    borbor Well-Known Member

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    i do

    if it isn't crossed out, it's still avail [​IMG]
     
  8. jcnst12

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    RogerP, I'm looking at this Guabello as well. Could you give me your review....is it a 3-season blazer, is the blue versatile, feel of fabric, etc?
     
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    RogerP Well-Known Member

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    At least 3 seasons. Not for the muggiest summer days, but otherwise you are good. Terrific cut, excellent quality and its versatility is only limited by your imagination. It's not a menswear 101 easy pairing like a navy blazer, but there are any number of varied options that would work.

    I enjoy having something in a more cheerful shade to brighten up my fall / winter wardrobe.

    [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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  10. borbor

    borbor Well-Known Member

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    Holy. That looks almost mtm @RogerP

    Took a lot of tailoring?
     
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    Sleeves and a small touch of waist suppression - that's it.
     
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