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2/8 PRICE DROP! NWT Corneliani Staple Solid Navy Super 120 Wool Suit 52L 42L

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by jreigen, Jan 22, 2013.

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  1. jreigen

    jreigen Senior member

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    Doing some more closet cleaning of stuff that I have yet to wear. Not totally convinced I want to sell this, but haven't worn it and don't wear suits often enough to justify keeping it in the closet. This is a brand new with all tags Corneliani suit in size 52L Eu (42L US). Staple solid navy - extremely hard to find at a significant discount. 100% superfine merino wool, super 120's. Three button with a beautiful lapel roll (I'd say 3 roll 2.5), side vents and double reverse pleated pants. Unaltered, no outlet markings and no flaws. Retail was probably around $2K. Asking $650 including USPS Priority with insurance to the US, pm for shipping elsewhere. DROP to $625

    Ch = 22.25
    Sh = 18.75
    Sl = 27
    BOC = 32
    W = 17.75
    R = 12.75
    I = 38
    LO = 9.25

    I also have a few 42L sport coats currently listed in another thread and a 42L NWT Oxxford navy blazer to be listed shortly.

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    Very nice. Can you describe the fit?
     


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    I've seen others describe this model as "Corneliani's slimmest", I don't know how accurate that is. It's certainly not as slim as the RLBL or RL Bradford models that I've seen, but it also isn't nearly boxy as some of Canali's or Hickey Freeman's more traditional fitting suits. I guess I'd say it's a really nice medium fit - fitted, without being trendy looking.
     


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