- Jun 1, 2016
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One step farther, 70’s western wear
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I think you could replace my coat with a houndstooth in these fits and it'd be
From what I'm reading, if you want a slimmer silhouette you can size down, but TTS is the "intended fit" - since I'm on the larger side of a 40, and trending towards slouchier fits, I'll probably go with a 50.It seems from this thread that some people size down. I'm kind of stuck between going with a 52(tts) or sizing down to a 50
Greg, I want to order the Giubottino in the brown linen check #476. You're wearing a M in the pic? The sizing chart does skew large. If I'm a 42 normally should I go with the M as well? Large seems a bit oversize based on the chart. Cheers!You can of course refer to the size chart for it, but I'd point out that for the new Giubottino shirt jacket, the sample I tried was a Medium. I would wear an XL. My Sahariana is an XL
No you should definitely get a Large. What looks oversized to you on the chart?Greg, I want to order the Giubottino in the brown linen check #476. You're wearing a M in the pic? The sizing chart does skew large. If I'm a 42 normally should I go with the M as well? Large seems a bit oversize based on the chart. Cheers!