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NWT: Epic Size 36 / 36S Suit and Sport Coat Thread- Boglioli, Lardini, Cantarelli

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by StockwellDay, Aug 25, 2013.

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  1. StockwellDay

    StockwellDay Well-Known Member

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    **Sleeve measurements have been updated to reflect the correct lengths**

    All New with Tags.

    All these jackets will fit a 36 or 36S. These were purchased for my own use personally and I decided not to keep for one reason or another.

    Shipping in CONUS is $10. International to be determined based on cost.

    Lardini's Why Not unstructured/Unlined line of Jackets. 100% wool. Incredible fall jacket for the casual wear. This jacket has been purposefully distressed to give it that casual look. Brown. This one is on the slimmer side.

    DROP $350 $325 $299

    2-button

    Duel vent

    Chest 20in
    Waist 18.25
    Length 28. 1/8
    Shoulder 17.25
    Sleeve 25 (updated)

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    Amazing Jade Linen Boglioli: SOLD

    Your unstructured/unlined summer dream coat. Sturdy enough and the right color to wear into warm September. $400

    2-button

    Duel vent

    Chest: 21in
    Length 28.25in
    Shoulders 17.5in
    Waist: 18.75in
    Sleeves 25in (updated).


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    Another incredible unstructured/ Unlined Boglioli: Aubergine 52% linen 48% Cotton. 3 - season casual coat. Subtle Herringbone. SOLD
    $375

    3-roll-2 button.

    Duel vent.

    Boglioli Aubergine:
    Chest: 21
    Waist 18
    Length 28.25
    Sleeves 25 (updated)
    Shoulder 17

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    Boglioli Navy Self-Stripe 2-Button Suit. SOLD

    Partially lined.
    Duel vent
    Flat Front

    A happy median between low-key solid and an in-your-face pin stripe, the subtle self-stripe will still go with any combo shirt/tie that's right with Navy. Beautiful hand work details throughout. This is a workhorse suit - appropriate for interviews/client meetings/semi-formal events.

    This suit runs slim, even by Italian standards.

    100% Wool.

    $500

    Boglioli Suit
    Pants:
    Waist 15in
    Front rise 9.5
    Back rise 14.5
    knee 8.5
    leg opening 6.75

    jacket
    chest 19in
    waist 18in
    length 28.75
    shoulders 17in
    sleeve length 24.5 (updated)

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    Suits & Ties Made by Cantarelli - Grey (I might even call it more Oatmeal) Flannel Suit. SOLD

    Welcome Fall and Winter with this stunning beauty.
    Cantarelli calls this a "washed" suit, which they want to imply casual, but it's certainly formal enough for any office environment in my opinion. It does not feel/look like an unstructured Boglioli or L.B.M.
    Made by their sartorial line - this one has a button fly and other flourishes that call attention to the special details. 100% wool.

    $500

    - 3-roll-2 button
    - unlined
    -flat front, curtained waistband
    - finished seams everywhere


    shirts & ties
    pants
    waist 16
    rise 9.5
    back rise 14.5
    knee 8.5
    leg opening 7

    jacket

    chest 20.25
    waist 18
    length 28.5
    shoulders 17.75
    sleeve 24.5 (updated)


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  2. Ialdabaof

    Ialdabaof Active Member

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    Hello! Just to make sure - are the sleeves really that short as your measurements state? I do not see any marks on the tags which would declare the jackets short and the pictures look like the sleeves are of regular length. Thanks in advance.
     
  3. StockwellDay

    StockwellDay Well-Known Member

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    Perhaps I'm measuring it differently that you're expecting -- these are all normal sleeves, untailored.

    I'm measuring from the shoulder to the end of the sleeve -- not the middle of back.

    Take the shoulder measurement - divide by 2 - then add the sleeve length if you want the sleeve measurement from the middle of the back.

    Does that help?
     
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  4. clee1982

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    Good stuff for 36S guys
     
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    Brianpore Well-Known Member

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    Im a 36S and these are ALL too big. Might toss in a 38S mention as some of these might be better suited for them.
     
  6. StockwellDay

    StockwellDay Well-Known Member

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    That's wild. I'm definitely 36s and these are all slim fitting on me.
     
  7. clee1982

    clee1982 Well-Known Member

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    That's probably because you're focusing on the chest measurement (which is over 20in in quiet a few of them), I have one unconstructed Boglioli sportscoat in 36 (don't remember S or R), and they definitely fits like 36, and I think it's more likely that un-construct sports coat will measure bigger. If you look at width at button point, shoulder, they all suggest 36
     
  8. Ialdabaof

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    Well, that's strange. My jackets in 36r (LBM, Isaia, etc.) do definitely have at least 24.5 in sleeves and sometimes more than 25 and I also measure down from the shoulder. You can also take a look for example at http://www.styleforum.net/t/359856/...ki-patch-pocket-double-breasted-sportcoat-36r or http://www.styleforum.net/t/349303/...egna-milano-zero-seersucker-blue-jacket-36-46 Confused
     
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    Ok. I will remeasure when I get back to my place tomorrow. Here's the bottom line though: if you generally fit OTR 36 or 36s in Italian cut/brands, these will fit you. they are all NWT, unaltered.
     
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    Updated the length of the sleeves for accuracy. Thanks for catching those.
     
  11. prepaliano

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    Great stuff. Will this thread be updated or is this the only stock? Love the aubergine Boglioli but a linen/cotton blend is not really what I need at the moment...

    Cheers.
     
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    StockwellDay Well-Known Member

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    I have a couple more to post in 36R/S
     
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  13. Axxl

    Axxl Active Member

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    Dear Sir,

    is that Suits & Ties Made by Cantarelli - Grey 36 still available? If so, has your price point changed from then? If so, I'd be very interested.

    Kind regards

    Axel
     
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