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Balenciaga raw denim jacket - very slim cut, size 46 - BNWT - Price drop! x2

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by tellure, May 5, 2012.

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  1. tellure

    tellure Senior member

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    Price drop! x2

    Really nice modern take on a denim jacket from French luxe brand Balenciaga. Beautiful raw denim with tons of nice details like elbow darts, edge-less slit pockets, and a hidden button placket. Very clean lines and a cropped length for a modern look. The denim quality on this jacket is great, feels a lot like my Dior MIJ denim - very smooth and dense but not overly thick/heavy. Should fade really well.

    Condition is brand new with tags, never been worn.

    Sizing: I bought this jacket here on SF a while ago hoping I could fit my slim size 48 into it but, it's definitely suited to a much smaller size - could probably even work for a 44. Wish I could do a proper fit pic for this but it's too small for me, so I've included the Yoox pic with their usual awful styling.

    Measurements:
    P2P: 18.5"
    Shoulders: 15.5"
    Waist hem: 18"
    Arm length: 26.5"
    Overall Length (from top of shoulder to hem): 22.75"
    Cuff: 5.25"

    Selling for what I paid - $275 --> $250 --> now $225 shipped in CONUS. International shipping based on quoted rates.
     
    Last edited: Aug 18, 2012
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