Are you a 48L and like Burberry

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gorgekko, Jan 25, 2005.

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    Not very impressive quality. I have an older one (`Burberrys' era) and it is fused. The ones I've seen lately also have been fused, though they have gotten somewhat nicer.
     
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    I have the exact same suit as the first one in 38S.
    No handwork, just a standard old suit with nice fabric.

    The made in Italy Burberry suits are really quite nice (at the ~$1250 price point). They also do (did?) an ultra top of the line made in Italy line (at teh $2000 to $2500) price point.) I own suits at each of these grades as well. The top one is exremely nice indeed.
     
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    I hate to hijack this thread, but a few months ago (maybe even longer) there was a Burberry suit on ebay. The model was referred to as "The Gentleman Suit". It was a medium brown with some pinstripes. Anyway, the more I looked at it, the more appealing it became. Has anyone seen such a suit? I am really interested in obtaining one.
     

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