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Epaulet x Southwick 34R double breasted charcoal flannel suit

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by StanleyVanBuren, Feb 20, 2016.

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  1. StanleyVanBuren

    StanleyVanBuren Senior member

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    Purchased in Fall 2012, retailed over $1200. This is the Epaulet double breasted suit made by Southwick in a medium-weight 3-season charcoal flannel.

    Here are the specs:
    Size 34 Regular
    Double Breasted
    Pants Size 28 (Walt cut)
    Full lining in deep purple silk
    Welt breast pocket; hip inset flap pockets with ticket pocket
    Smoke mother of pearl buttons

    Measurements from Epaulet's site:
    SIZE CHEST SHOULDER SLEEVE LENGTH APPROX. EPAULET SHIRT SIZE
    34
    17.5" 16" 25" 29.25" XSMALL

    Pants:
    Size 28
    WAIST
    29"
    THIGH 11"
    LEG OPENING 7.5"
    RISE 12"
    Jacket is unaltered and the pants have been hemmed to a 31 inch inseam with 2" cuffs that could be let out if desired. No defects or significant signs of wear. The suit is in great shape and is not available off the rack.

    Selling because I live in Los Angeles so quite honestly have only found one or two occasions each year to wear this given the weather here which is routinely above 80F. I would advise that this suit is fine for weather that is 70F or below, or for any temperature-controlled office setting.

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    razl Senior member

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