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Burberry Double Breasted Suit 40R. Navy Pinstripe

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by colts87, Oct 4, 2012.

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  1. colts87

    colts87 Member

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    A beautiful double breasted Burberrys Navy Pinstripe suit in mint condition. Originally priced at $1595. I am down-sizing my closet so I will be selling a few suits/blazers in the upcoming weeks. Single pleat (not noticeable because of DB jacket...I usually prefer flat front)

    Waist is a 34, inseam is a 30.

    Shoulder to shoulder is 18 inches

    Pit to pit is 21 inches.

    Top of collar to bottom is just under 30 inches.

    Shoulder seam to sleeve is just under 23 inches (there is room to be let...at least an inch probably more)


    I also will be selling a Tan Tweed (Herringbone) suit in the same size as well as a Hugo Boss Double Breasted Blazer.
     

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    Any room in the hem to make the trousers longer?

    And how/if at all was the jacket altered? Shortened any?
     
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    Hi,

    Sorry /i did not get back to you sooner, but there is no room to be let out on the trousers, however they are more like a 31 inseam...they measure 40 inches long. And the suit was not altered other than having the sleeve shortened, and there is at least an inch to let out the sleeves.

    Thanks
     
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