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Dark grey Belvest 6x2 DB suit EU 50R / US 40R Drop 7. Tried on once

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by dreamspace, Oct 13, 2015.

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  1. dreamspace

    dreamspace Senior member

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    Nice DB from Belvest in dark grey, with a very fine striped pattern. I got it in March, had the trousers let out, and tried it on once for some 30 mins. Been hanging in the closet ever since, and now it's too small for me.

    I had one recent RLPL DB made by Caruso in 50 EU, and the size was identical to this one. If that says anything.

    Located in Norway, but world wide shipping (with tracking) is $30.

    Better pictures coming up later.

    Specs:
    -Super 120's light-weight wool
    -Fully-canvassed
    -6x2 config
    -medium structured shoulders (Think Zegna Roma, RLBL)
    -Double vented
    -4.5" lapels
    -Single pleat trousers, cut on the slimmer side.

    Measurements:

    Shoulders: 18.75"
    Chest: 22.5"
    Waist: 20.5"
    Sleeves: 25.25"
    BOC Length: 30.5"

    Inseam: 32.5" + 1.5" cuffs
    Waist: 18"
    Rise:11.75"
    Leg opening: 9"
     
  2. gyasih

    gyasih Senior member

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    What weight would you classify this?
     
  3. dreamspace

    dreamspace Senior member

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    A bit lighter than normal four season fabric. Probably wouldn't wear it for the coldest months though.

    Same weight as my Brioni in S150's, and Attolini in S160's, and Kiton in S180's, and as far as I know, all of those were sold as regular 4-season weight suits.
     
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    cbfn Senior member

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