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EPAULET X SOUTHWICK GREY DONEGAL SUIT 36R X 33

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by the4thseashell, Feb 7, 2016.

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    the4thseashell New Member

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    I'm doing some Spring cleaning and have realized that living in the Bay Area I have A) little need for suits, and B) less need for tweed suits.

    Southwick specializes in classic American-style suiting made in the US. Epaulet specializes in clothing that fits. Together, you arrive at something pretty nice. This model features a 3/2 roll front with double vents and flap pockets. It's a great Fall/Winter suit and I've gotten some utility out of wearing the jacket in mild Spring weather.

    This retailed for about 900$ — About 650$ for the jacket and 225$ for the trousers. It's here for you for just $400 shipped domestically; for int'l shipping send a PM. The suit has been very well taken care of; I'm a little neurotic about it, so the jacket and trousers have been brushed gently after every wear. There's no wear to speak of aside from some minor pilling at the crotch of the trousers.

    The only odd negative about the listing is that the combination of sizes — 36R and 33 waist trousers — is a little unusual and you might find you need to let the jacket out a little if you typically wear 33 trousers or get the trousers taken in a little if you typically wear a 36 jacket. Or maybe you ride a bike frequently like me and this'll fit you just fine. I also wear my trousers a little short; the inseam is currently 29.5", but I wear them with a two-inch cuff so your tailor should be able to lengthen them a couple of inches if you're OK with a straight hem like 99% of the male population.

    Let me know if you have any questions! I prefer payment via non-PayPal methods like Squarecash or Venmo, but let me know if PayPal is your absolute only option, or if you have any questions.

    Measurements are as follows:

    Chest: 18.5”
    Shoulders: 16.5”
    Sleeves: 25”
    Length: 29.5”

    Trousers:
    Waist: 33.5”
    Thigh: 12.25”
    Leg opening: 8”
    Rise: 12.5”
    Insteam: 29.5”
    Thanks,
    Seashell.
     
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