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BNWT Solid dark navy Caruso for Ascari Parma suit in size 50R EU

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by dreamspace, Nov 18, 2015.

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  1. dreamspace

    dreamspace Senior member

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    Dark navy flannel suit from Ascari Parma, which is made by Raffaele Caruso. The fabric is a bit heavier than what I'm used to (never owned flannel before), but it's really nice looking. It's a bit on the slimmer side, which is why I'm selling it. Let me remind you that the color is DARK. As close to true navy as you'll ever come, almost black looking. Hanger included.

    Suit is located in Norway, World wide shipping is included in the price (w/ tracking).

    -Solid color
    -Flannel (English fabric)
    -Peak lapels, 3-roll-2
    -Double vents
    -Fully lined
    -Flat front trousers (marked size 52, but they feel like regular 50)
    -Soft and slightly roped shoulders.

    Measurements(approximate):
    Following the askandy how to measure a jacket guide

    Shoulder: 18.5
    Chest: 21.5
    waist: 20
    Sleeves: 25.5

    Length: 30.1
    Inseam: Unhemmed (37)
    Waist: 17.7 * 2 (35.5) (2 to let out)
    Leg opening: 8.25"
    Across knee: 9.5"
     

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    This is a stellar deal! If it was a little smaller, I'd snap it up.
     


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