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BNWT Isaia made jackets for $55?! GTFO!! Size - 44L

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by gregaz, Mar 27, 2013.

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  1. gregaz

    gregaz Senior member

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    I have two one Isaia made Corallorosso jackets for sale. They are both orphaned suit jackets, but the patterns aren't anything that you could wear as it. I have seen both for sale in some of the more "fashion forward" stores. Put some brown buttons on it - and you're good to go. Oh, but you also get the Isaia quality and cut, for half the price of what you would pay for a Chinese POS with polyester. Both are BNWT, never worn, and still basted. Made in Italy.

    Those who do not know, Isaia made a special line for Nordstrom (now discontinued), and these retailed around $800 for jackets and $1300 for suits. Slim cut, light padding on the shoulders, I am including a photo of mine below for fit guidance.

    I only have ONE left - [COLOR=FF00AA]$55 SHIPPED[/COLOR] in CONUS (PM for International).

    First up is a charcoal thin pinstripe number in 44L. The closeup photo is the best representation of color and texture.

    The measurements are:

    Shoulders: 18.5"
    Chest 22.5"
    Waist 21"
    Sleeves 26.5" (approximately 2" extra folded over)
    Length (from BOC) 32"

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