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Epaulet baby camel hair sport coat

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by ReedCA, Oct 31, 2015.

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    ReedCA Senior member

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    Southwick x Epaulet Loro Piana baby camel hair sport coat.
    Size 38
    Excellent condition. Only a few wears and unfortunately too small. Hate to give it up as the fabric is excellent.

    Measurements (from Epaulet)
    Chest 19.5"
    Shoulder 17"
    Sleeve 25.5"
    Length 29.75"
     

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    Nice!
     
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    Do you know if/how much room there is to let out?
     
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    The current Epaulet southwick jackets have approximately 1", so I assume that would apply to this one as well.


    "Please note that each jacket has approximately 1 inch of seam allowance in the sleeves that can be let out, and 1 inch of seam allowance in the chest and body. Many customers will find this to have a great fit "off the rack." However, it's common for a proper sportcoat to require a little bit of tailoring to fit exactly right. This is a solid item and you'll find that quality tailoring is worth the investment."
     
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