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SOLD Never Worn TOM FORD 3-Piece Suit, Size US Size 40

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by joshmv, Oct 29, 2012.

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  1. joshmv

    joshmv Well-Known Member

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    ** SOLD **

    Hey Guys,

    I know it's always a little suspect to see "never worn" when it comes to suits with no tags so let me explain.  I have a few TF suits from a very high end client that ends up with tons of stuff that he's only worn once, or in this case not at all.  I won't publicly state his name, but when you receive the suit it will be on the back of the tags and on a sewn in label in one of the interior pockets.  If you're wondering who can buy TF suits and let them sit in the closet, he's on the Forbes list in the $1B+ category and chances are good that you'll already know who he is.

    So, with that said, let's get on to the suit.

    The color is midnight blue, but it personally looks black to me.  I even took it in the sun and could only see a little bit of blue. The size is close to a 40, but it was made to measure from a TF retail store so here are the hand measurements and details:

    Jacket - Basic Base A


    • Shoulders - 19" (seam to seam at widest point)
    • Sleeves - 25"  (top of shoulder to cuff)
    • Length - 31.25" (top of collar to bottom of jacket)
    • Chest - 43"  (laid flat, arms up, measured at widest point)
    • Waist - 40" (laid flat, across top button)
    • Venting - Double
    • Style - 2 Button


    Pants - Basic


    • Waist - 35" There is some extra fabric to let out if needed
    • Drop - 10" (crotch seam to top of trousers)
    • Inseam - 32.5" Unhemmed, so please keep this in mind.
    • Leg opening - 8.75"


    Price: $1600 shipped ConUS
    Fees:  I will pay the paypal fees if incurred.

    Both are 100% wool, and made in Switzerland.  There is a fabric strap and buckle on the back of the vest for adjustment and since they've never been used, there currently are no holes in the strap.

    I hope the pictures tell most of the story, I did my best to keep them true to color. &nbsp;If you have questions please contact me via PM and I'll get back to you as soon as possible. &nbsp;Since I don't have much feedback, if you'd like to view my ebay profile or any other references just let me know.</p>
     
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  2. chobochobo

    chobochobo Well-Known Member

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    Nice. That's a 'S'?
     
  3. joshmv

    joshmv Well-Known Member

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    I went back and forth on whether to list it as an S. That's what he told me he usually wears but the measurements on the jacket seemed regular to me. Obviously the inseam is on the short side but maybe I'll just go back and list it as a "40" and let people decide since I'm not sure.
     
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  4. chobochobo

    chobochobo Well-Known Member

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    noted. you're right, i didn't notice the unhemmed bit
     
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    joshmv Well-Known Member

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    There is a crease down the front, but it isn't a pleat. I believe this could be completely removed with a press if you prefer the true flat front look.

    Maybe you can school me on that actually. Are they still considered flat front if it's just a crease due to the way they were pressed and folded?
     
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