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CHEAP BNWOT (Unhemmed) Brunello Cucinelli Suit 54REU (44R US) 100% Cotton Navy Windowpane - Can use

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by MiamiRedSkin, Jun 26, 2013.

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  1. MiamiRedSkin

    MiamiRedSkin Senior member

    Aug 16, 2010
    Up for sale is a fantastic and pristine, extremely recent Brunello Cucinelli Size 54REU 100% Cotton Suit. This suit is a gorgeous navy color with a mute small windowpane pattern. This suit is so versatile in the fact that the coat can even be worn as a sport coat when the full suit is not needed. The coat has a wonderful 3/2 roll, beautiful front pockets, half lined, and has a dual rear vent. The detailing on both the coat and pants are amazing - beautiful pick stitching, perfect alignment of pattern, and a beautiful drape/silhouette. The pants are flat front and uncuffed.

    Included are the original tags and extra buttons. There are no holes, rips, stains, or odors.

    armpit to armpit approximately 22 inches
    sleeves approximately 27 inches (non working sleeve buttonholes)
    lapel approximately 3 1/4 inches at widest point
    shoulders (measured across back with jacket laying flat) approximately 20 inches
    jacket length approximately 32 inches
    trouser inseam approximately 37 inches (unfinished hem)
    trouser rise approximately 10 1/4 inches
    waist approximately 37 inches with approximately an inch to let out
    Last edited: Jul 16, 2013
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