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Domenico Vacca 3-Roll-2 Charcoal Shadow Stripe Suit.

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Huntsman, Nov 22, 2015.

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  1. Huntsman

    Huntsman Senior member

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    If you like Ari Gold's tailoring on Entourage, then you like Domenico Vacca.

    This suit is rendered in a truly amazing Super 180s charcoal herringbone wool that has a gentle tone-on-tone chalkstripe. It is a classic Neapolitan 3-button-roll-2 with high gorge notch lapels and double vents. The sleeves have working buttonholes, and there is extensive handwork everywhere (see pictures) -- even more handwork than in the Attolini I am also selling. Working flower buttonhole with flower loop behind.

    Trousers have a coin pocket, and an interesting latch that buttons the lining together prior to buttoning the waistband so that there is never any pulling at the waist. There are no suspender buttons. I just noticed (while looking to see if there were suspender buttons) that there is a repair at the bottom of the right pocket seam, which would not otherwise be noticeable. Monogram RE under left inside breast pocket. Can remove if you want.

    I wear a 40R, and this fits me like a 42S, which is about what it measures to -- were it not for my very long arms I would have it recut for me as the fabric and the work is amazing -- it is just slightly more bold than a 'staple' suit, just enough to make it feel as special as it is. Measurements below:

    Coat:
    Shoulder seam to seam: 18.5"
    Length, bottom of collar to hem: 30.5"
    Under arms: 22"
    Waist:21"
    Sleeve: 24.5"

    Trousers:
    Waist: 19"
    Inside Leg: 28"

    This is probably a better suit than the Attolini (actually better cloth, which is astounding), but selling lower due to the repair and monogram. Happy to answer any questions.

    ~ H
     
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