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Final Reduction! NWT Corneliani Mainline Line Suit. Super 100's. Chalk Stripe. Size 46R. Retail $159

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  1. velvel87

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    Selling a Beautiful New with tags Corneliani grey chalk stripe flannel suit. Color - Grey with Brown and Tan Chalk-stripes Size 46R (56R EU)
    • Two-button front with notched lapel and 4-button decorative cuff
    • Flap-besom convertible pockets with single chest pocket and three interior pockets
    • Tailored fit with lightly padded shoulders, side vented back and 6'' drop
    • Jacket fully lined and pants half lined
    • Jacket full canvassed
    • Flat front pants with french zip fly and extended tab closure at belt looped waist
    • Angled front pockets with button close rear besom pockets
    • Straight leg with unfinished hem
    • 100% Extrafine Superfine Merino Wool (Super 100's)
    • Extra buttons included in envelope in breast pocket
    • Made in Italy
    Measurements (Approximate): Jacket Shoulders - 19.5" P2P - 24" Waist - 23" Length - 30.5" Sleeve - 26.5" (Shoulder seam to end of sleeve ) Pants Waist - 40" Ankle - 9" Knee - 10.5" Thigh - 14" Inseam - 37" (unfinished) Rise - 11.5" Please let me know if you have any questions. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     

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    Is this a mismatched or MTM suit, as the jacket looks like a 52R and the pants 54R? Can you post picture of the label and model? Thanks.
     


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    lol, NO it's not a mismatch. I pinned the jacket for the pictures because my dress from was too small for a size 54 jacket. I'll post tag pictures later today.
     


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    My apologies. I put up this post mostly based on memory as something to do while at the in-laws for the weekend, and I was completely off. The Suit is a size 46R, not a 44R. It is from the Mantua line, which is similar to the Leader in that it is a more tailored fit. Although, I would use the measurements to come to that determination. I have posted a pic of the label. Please let me know if you have any questions.
     


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    likely an exceptional suit.

    could do with better pics/lighting. IMO. seems a bit too "yellow" in the background the actual color seems to be muted?
     


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    Yes, I'm still trying to figure out where the best lighting and background is in my apartment. And yes, it is an exceptional suit ata fantastic price. please let me knows if you need more pics.
     


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