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FS: NWT RLBL Suits : 40L,40R,42R,44R,46R,46L

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  1. rssmsvc

    rssmsvc Senior member

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    Hello, All the suits are made in Italy, and except for the signature suit, I believe all to be by Corneliani. I think the signature is either Corneliani,Caruso, or Canali. Shipping is $12.00 anywhere in the us, using a flat rate box insured and with signature confirmation. The suits will be put in a garment bag. For people outside the us, please go to www.usps.com and look up the rate for a priority insured package to your location including insurance. #1: I think this is the perfect summer or spring suit, it is a mixture of wool, silk, and flax and I like it because the color can be combined so nicely with different items. The pants are double forward pleated, suspender buttons, unhemmed. Sizes: 40R (DUAL SIDE VENTS) (42R=SOLD) Price: $329 + Shipping [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] #2: Classic navy suit, with dual vents and 3 buttons. Lapels have nice pick stitching and flat front pants. Sizes: 46L (46R SOLD PENDING PAYMENT,44R SOLD PENDING PAYMENT) (1 46L Sold, 1 46L Remaining) Price: $349 + Shipping [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] #3: Signature Suit Sizes: 40L Price: $349 + Shipping (SOLD) NWT 46R Peak Lapel Suit - Price Lowered SOLD PENDING PAYMENT Price $270 + Shipping
     
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    I hate to beat a dead horse but could you post the measurements for the 40L? Also, could you comment on the fabric content and weight? Thx!
     
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    rssmsvc Senior member

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    Is it this suit?
    If so nevermind.
    http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=56430

    Great deal.
    Hmmmh. . . .



    Yes, I got more of the Navy's and the Tan suit.

    The measurements are:

    Measurements for 40L Sign
    Chest: 42.5"
    Shoulder:18.75"
    Sleeve : 27"
    Length from Under Collar: 32.2"

    Pants:
    34"
    Unhemmed
     
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    what is "flax"?
     
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    [​IMG] measurements for the flex suit please
     
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    [​IMG] measurements for the flex suit please

    40R:
    Jacket:
    Marked Size: \t40R (DUAL SIDE VENTS)
    From Should Sleeve to End of Sleeve: \t24.6"
    Back measured from top of collar to tail of jacket \t31.1"
    Across the chest: \t42.6"
    Across Shoulders: \t18"
    Pants:
    34" with 2 Inches
    Unhemmed
     
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    rssmsvc Senior member

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    By the way, it just hit me that "DUAL SIDE VENTS" sounds stupid, I meant just side vents.
     
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    Question, and probably just my lack of knowledge - isn't RL Black Label distinct from Polo? Thanks.
     
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    Question, and probably just my lack of knowledge - isn't RL Black Label distinct from Polo? Thanks.

    RLBL = Ralph Lauren Blue Label

    I always say RL Black Label when I mean Black Label and the Signature line IMHO is better than all but Purple Label.

    The items I listed above that are Blue Label are excellent in quality.
     
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    Nice, rssm. I always thought Polo I was single vented, but I suppose not! Very nice haul...
     
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    Nice, rssm. I always thought Polo I was single vented, but I suppose not! Very nice haul...

    I was confused by that as well, but I checked it and it is dual vent. It is the perfect summer suit.
     
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    I'm really jonsing for that navy 46L, but I'm trying to loose 35 pounds this spring...I just can't [​IMG]

    -spence
     

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