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Ben Sherman black+white birdseye Camden fit wool suit 36s

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by who8mahrice, Feb 29, 2012.

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  1. who8mahrice

    who8mahrice Senior member

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    I have for sale a Ben Sherman wool suit I bought off here from another member. It doesn't quite fit as the measurements I was provided, especially the pants were a bit off. It fits me beautifully everywhere but the waist. I'm a 28/29, these would probably best fit a 30 or 31.

    Jacket
    Chest - 18''
    Waist - 17''
    Shoulder - 16.5''
    Jacket Length - 28.5''
    Sleeve - 24'.5

    Pants
    Waist: 16"
    Rise: 9.75" (low rise for dress pants, hence the larger waist)
    Back rise: 12"
    Inseam: 30" with 2" hem
    Leg opening: 7.5"
    Knee: 8.75"

    Asking $140 shipped CONUS, Paypal fees included.
    Hit me up for any questions.
     

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    Brianpore B&S (BS) ambassador-in-chief

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    who8mahrice Senior member

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    Hey Brian,
    Sorry I didn't see your question til now. In all honesty, I haven't taken it to the tailor to ask. I'm sure it can be. I just don't wear the suit enough that makes me think it's worth it. I bought it thinking I'd wear it more often for some interviews, but I just ended up using a navy suit I have instead.
     


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