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Earnest Sewn Filson 30-31, Kiton & Isaia shirts 15-16.5, Isaia S180 suit 40R...

Discussion in 'B&S Archive' started by edmorel, Jul 7, 2007.

  1. edmorel

    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Pics and prices below. Multiple purchase discounts.
     
  2. dr.no

    dr.no Senior member

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    Ummm, the Isaia is spoken for.
     
  3. SuitingStyle

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  4. edmorel

    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Kiton shirts. Barrel cuffs, spread collar, all the typical hand work. $199

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    15.5 & 15.75
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    17.5 Button down (sized XL) $150
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    Isaia shirts, great, great fabric on these, spead collar, barrel cuff $140
    15.5 & 16.5
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    Earnest Sewn Filson, size 30 (2) $80
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    Zegna Made In Italy 100% cotton flat front pants. Sizes 36 & 38 $60
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    Incotex black flat front 100% wool size 36. Nothing wrong with pants, it's camera noise.$145
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    Isaia size 32 flat front khaki moleskin-like fabric (75% cotton/5% cashmere/20% bamboo). $150
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    Incotex sartoriale size 32 olive super 100's (2). Dual pleats. $155 one is darker olive color than the other.
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    David Chu size 32 flat front linen/cotton pants. $65
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    One pair of these amazing David Chu calvary twill in size 35 (36 inch waist). These pants are incredible $150
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    Another outstanding pair of pants. Size 36 Pal Zileri 85% wool / 15% cashmere charcoal flannel pants. very well made, great fabric. Split rear curtained waistband, lined to the knee, besom front pockets, horn buttons. $160
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    Stefano Ricci 100% cotton cords, size 34, flat front, leather trimmed pockets and top of waistband. Ricci pants are made to an amazing level. $100
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    Etro brown striped seersucker pants. Size 32, flat front. $100
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    David Chu size 40R navy suit. SB, side vents, flat front pants, perfect interview, workhorse suit. $349
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    Ties
    Holliday and Brown $50, Holliday and Brown $50, Etro $60 (70%cashmere/30%silk) and once used Loro Piana 100% cashmere tie $40
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    Also will need to sell one of these as I don't need 2 of essentially the same ties.
    David Chu and Turnbull and Asser, $60 each
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  5. gracian

    gracian Senior member

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    Do you have any measurements on the David Chu suit, Ed?
     
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    damn 32 waist. wish it was a smidge bigger (33).
     
  7. edmorel

    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Do you have any measurements on the David Chu suit, Ed?

    Shoulders are 18.5, length from the bottom collar is 30.5, chest is 43-44 inches sleeves are 25 inches
     
  8. drizzt3117

    drizzt3117 Senior member

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    Is the tie on the left in the bottom pic the Chu?
     
  9. edmorel

    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Yes, blue with grey pindots
     
  10. sho'nuff

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    ed, i wished you put the pics on seperate pages or something, my wireless is slow , it times out after a dozen photos and then x's all through rest of photos then i have to refresh again... , but so far i like the light blue cotton pants size 36....
     
  11. gracian

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    Nice suit, but I think the chest will be too big for me.
     
  12. edmorel

    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Nice suit, but I think the chest will be too big for me.


    Just remeasured and it's actually more of a 42-43 chest. Not trying to push the sale, just I find chest measurements the hardest to take. A few people here have Chu garments, maybe they'll comment on fit. I am a 40R and the chest on this suit fits me like my Isaia's in 40R. Kali77 purchased the 40S, maybe he'll also post here how it fits.
     
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    Ed, can you give me a sleeve measurement for the Isaia 15.5? Also, on my monitor it looks very pale lilac. Is this about right?
     
  14. sho'nuff

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    these are mine
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