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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by earthdragon, Nov 18, 2008.

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  1. jaypee

    jaypee Senior member

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    Can we meet up for lunch one day to have a look at these 'delicious ladies'?
     


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    im interested. where are they big? chest? waist? length?
     


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    OK straight from the Wang himself...

    40R jacket
    18.5in shoulder
    21 chest
    20.5 waist
    21 hem
    28.5in length
    7.25in sleeve width
    9inch short sleeve
    26in long sleeve.
    16.5in "shirt size"

    EDIT: realised you ask where they are big - chest/waist I wanted more of a fitted look. They look quite relaxed on my frame
     
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  6. Romp

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    What size are you? ive got a few pairs of barely worn carminas id be happy to let go
     


  7. Pika

    Pika New Member

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    Dear Romp,

    I apologise for intruding on your conversation.

    In regards to your above comment.

    I am size 10 1/2 and if you are looking to move those Carminas I would be happy to work something out.

    Please continue Gentlemen.
     


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    pause.. im a UK9 .. continue
     


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    I'm just trying to gauge interest - does anyone here wear a size 40 or 42 in Herringbone jackets/suits? I'm looking to clear a number of items from my wardrobe, most of which are brand new with tags.

    E.g. Navy Blazer Osaka Cut (40), Navy Suit Osaka Cut (42), and the list goes on..
     


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    Read about that in the Fin a couple of weeks back. Makes you wonder more so as they were pitching the product to the Russian luxury market.

    Last year I shared a 1978 Grange with the wife and a friend, he had found it under a house he bought back in 2000 and had been keeping it. l opened it and let breathe for a about six hours and it was complex intense and I finally understand what all the fuss was about.
     


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    PM me mate
     
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    have a look at them and then tell me again, please. who did this rating, btw?
     


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    along these lines...
     


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    hmmh, imo the lack of due dilligence and basic knowledge is the key factor for ill fitting shoes. i'm absolutely with you that this can be prevented when tried on in person. following the discussion, it seems rather hard to get by this in australia, though.
     


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