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Brunello Cucinelli Cashmere Sweater (pre-worn)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by winston, Jan 6, 2012.

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  1. winston

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    I bought this Brunello Cucinelli cashmere sweater pre-worn and found it to be in fantastic condition. No pilling evident - it appears to be just about as good as new.

    But alas it's too big for me and I haven't worn it. I just tried to convince myself it fits as it's so nice and I need a navy v-neck, but no, it must go.

    The colour is navy blue and it's of a heavier weight. Not your usual light-weight v-neck. Size large.

    Measurements:

    Chest: 22 inches pit to pit.
    Shoulders: 19 inches.
    Sleeve: 21.5 inches from shoulder.
    Total length: 26 inches from the bottom of the ribbed collar (which is two inches in height).

    I'd call it a standard large. The sleeves are the right length on me and I'm a 35-36 inch sleeve in shirt sizing.

    Flaws or things to be aware of:

    No flaws, but to me the cashmere isn't as soft as I expected it to be. My experience of cashmere is limited and I'm comparing it to sweaters with a 'fuzzier' finish to them. It's definitely softer than your average wool and I'm probably being overly cautious as I'm just a full disclosure kind of guy.


    $150 including worldwide shipping. Open to sensible offers.
     

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