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Almost New - (Light Tan!) Versace 2 Button, Unstructured "Soft" 100% Cotton Summer Sportcoat

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by razl, Apr 29, 2012.

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  1. razl

    razl Stylish Dinosaur

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    Sorry for the crappy cell phone pics, the best color representation is the closeup of the Versace label - a classic, light tan (not cream/beige like the full body pic suggests).

    I got this in 2011 pre-summer at a Saks sale took off the tags, wore it once, and its been in my closet ever since. It's a great jacket and it fits me (6'3" @180lbs) great but I just never get a chance to wear a stylish khaki cotton sportcoat, so off it goes.

    Totally unstructured (has a "Soft" tag inside the pocket that I couldn't photo), but the shoulder has slightly stronger silhouette than most other unstructured, softer shouldered jackets. It gives a real nice form for a more "casual" type jacket, and it presents as sharp. It is a 2 button model (metal buttons, with extras included), with an unlined body and lined sleeves, jetted front pockets (no flaps!), pick stitching, dual vents, 2 inside pockets, bag with extra buttons, functional buttons on sleeves, collar tag states Made in Coatia. . With the shoulder and jetted pockets, it has more of a stylish vibe.

    Tagged a 50, fits athletic (like most Versace) - measurements are 18.5 shoulder, 20 3/4 chest, 19 3/4 waist, 26 sleeve, 29 3/4 length from bottom of collar. With the slightly narrower than usual shoulder, I'd say the sleeve wears more like a traditional 25 or 25.5.


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