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15.5 Armani Collezioni fine, lightweight, 100% wool shirt

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by razl, Jul 20, 2014.

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    $95 firm, will ship CONUS via USPS Priority and you'll get tracking the day it ships.

    A perfect fall/early-winter layering piece, I fell in love with and bought this on final sale 2 years ago hoping that the 34/35 listed sleeve length would be on the 35 side and should have known better. They measure a 34.5 and that little half inch just annoys the heck out of me. If I ever see one in a 16 with solid 35" arms, I'll be grabbing it no questions asked.

    Measurements:
    • Shoulder: 18"
    • Sleeve: 24.5"
    • Chest: 21"
    • Length (from bottom of collar): 30.25"

    It is essentially NWOT but I'm sure I wore it once, maybe twice before I threw in the towel and it's been hanging with my fall/winter clothes ever since.

    The material is fantastic - a light, neutral tan with subtle streaks of cream. Don't be fooled by "wool shirt" into thinking it's heavy - it's not. Very lightweight, but still has nice drape and provides some warmth. If you put it on over a tshirt I think you'd be surprised to feel it work like a super-light cardigan.

    100% soft wool, Made in Italy. It has a chest pocket and the back has a box pleat. The buttons are slightly oversized and I'm not sure of the material - they've got some streaks like they might be actual horn, but I'm unsure.

    Some of the color in the pics look more grey - it's actually a perfect light tan/beige. The last pic of the closeup with the collar is the best color representation I could get in natural light.
     

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