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RLPL Custom Fit Suit! 44R/42R, Ralph Lauren Purple Label!

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by bcquinn1, Jul 13, 2013.

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  1. bcquinn1

    bcquinn1 Well-Known Member

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    Beautiful Ralph Lauren Purple Label suit, in charcoal with a very subtle glen plaid and purple windowpane. Made in Italy by St. Andrews, this is the 2 button "Drake" model. The cut is slimmer and slightly more modern than the Saville Row cut. The fabric is fantastic, 100% wool with a very fine hand and beautiful drape. Like everything St. Andrews makes, the construction is phenomenal.

    The jacket is fully canvassed and has working buttonholes. The pants are flat front, with side tab adjusters.

    I bought the jacket NWT, and have been the only owner and wearer. It's been very lightly worn--probably less than 10 times by me (which is part of the reason I'm selling it). $400 shipped CONUS.

    This is labeled as a 44R, but could also work for a larger 42R.

    Measurements:

    Jacket:
    Shoulders: 19.5"
    Chest: 22.5"
    Sleeve: 25.75"
    Bottom of collar to bottom: 30.75"

    Pants:
    Waist: 35.5" with side tabs fully extended, 1" additional to let
    Inseam: 32" plain hem, with an additional 2.75" to let
     
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