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FS:ETRO Shirt- Blue w/stripes (but with a twist) SZ 40/M

Discussion in 'B&S Archive' started by Osprey Guy, Feb 4, 2008.

  1. Osprey Guy

    Osprey Guy Senior member

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    I own quite a few Etro shirts. They've long been among my favorites. I've always really liked their "corporate with a twist" sort of attitude.

    As soon as I spotted this shirt at the Etro store I knew I had to have it. At the time I was wearing a 41 (now I'm more like a 42)...but all they had was this 40. I figured I could get by with the slightly smaller size and with little hesitation, I pulled the trigger.

    As many of you know by now, I own roughly 400 shirts...give or take. Other than a couple of dozen "favorites"... few of them ever get worn more than a handful of times. Unfortunately the size 40 is just a tad too snug and as a result I only wore this shirt maybe 2 or 3 times (At the rate my waist has been expanding, most of the other SZ 40 shirts that I own (aka SZ 15 1/2-15/3/4, aka SZ Medium), all feel like they've been getting more snug by the minute). [​IMG]

    Fun shirt! Really epitomizes that "corporate with a twist" philosophy. And it's in great shape! And I just listed it on ebay, with a nice, low starting price:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ETRO-MILANO-Shir...QQcmdZViewItem

    Here are a few pics... Check the listing for the other photos and description. FYI- I forgot to mention in the listing that it's a one button barrel cuff (NOT a french cuff).

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    Thanks for looking,

    Dennis
     
  2. Osprey Guy

    Osprey Guy Senior member

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    Thanks for all the interest (14 "watchers").

    FYI- I'll be listing another unique Etro shirt tomorrow night (when it comes back from the cleaners). It's very different from this one. I'll post some pics here.

    Less than 24 hrs to go on this one....


    Dennis
     
  3. oscarwilde

    oscarwilde New Member

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    Thank you for posting this piece of textile art. I checked you link to ebay but the post was removed, pity-
    I'd be interested in buying it. Do you have something similar of Etro design in your impressive collection?
     

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