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Boggi Fit

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I have been asking around about the way that Boggi Jackets fit, I think I have the answer to how it should fit, but I'm trying to push any doubt from my head. Here's the link to the jacket I'm looking to buy.

https://shop.boggi.com/?product=giacca-principe-di-galles-in-lana-di-agnello&lang=en

From what I have read/ been told when I asked around about the fit is they are "trim."
What exactly does that mean? I'm a pretty square shapped dude and I can do most "slim fit," stuff but clothes from like H&M (not that I wear it) cut me in half they're so tight. I have no doubt it will fit closer than Brooks Brothers, and I'm fine with that. In fact, I prefer a more tailored or "slim," fit to my clothes. So if anybody on here could help me out with how they fit...maybe provide an example of a brand that has stuff that fits the same state side? (I.E. J.Crew, Slimmer Brooks Bros. fits, Lands End Tailored/ Canvas)

Thanks for any help in advance!
Nick
 

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