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FS: TOM FORD 36R Solid Navy Blue Suit (Base B Model)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by 7even, Oct 10, 2015.

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  1. 7even

    7even Senior Member

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    Tom Ford 36R Solid Navy Blue Suit (Base B Model)
    [COLOR=810541]Photos below.[/COLOR]

    Up for sale is a rarely worn, practically brand new, TF staple. Perfect dark navy power suit for the office with conservative notch lapels and TF's signature Milanese buttonhole. Beautiful full-canvas construction with subtle yet satisfying pick-stitching almost everywhere. Suit has a gorgeous drape in the flattering Base B fit.

    Hanger not included.

    - 100% wool
    - 3-roll-2 button
    - side vents
    - beautiful barchetta chest pocket
    - hand sewn working buttonholes on cuff (5, with first hole longer in length)
    - single reverse pleat on pant with side-tab adjusters
    - curtained waistband with split back
    - condition is excellent

    Measurements:
    Shoulders: 17"
    Armpits: 18.5"
    Sleeves: 25.25"
    BoC Length: 29.5"

    Waist: 15.5"
    Rise: 10"
    Inseam: 30"
    Hem Width: 7.5" (with 1.75" cuff)

    $1,900 shipped within CONUS or Canada only. Please ask for International shipping.
    $1,750 shipped within CONUS or Canada only. Please ask for International shipping.
    $1,250 shipped within CONUS or Canada only. Please ask for International shipping.
    [COLOR=810541]SOLD.[/COLOR]

    Thanks for looking.

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    clee1982 Distinguished Member

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    Can you measure the lapel width? Thanks
     


  4. philwongnz

    philwongnz Well-Known Member

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    Guys just beware Base B is quite slim (very narrow on the shoulders). For example a 38/48R Base A would fit me perfectly (no alterations) but for B or D I need to size up and require adjustments (quite a bit)

    Beautiful suit and good luck with the sale!
     


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    Thanks for the kind words! Absolutely agree here - Base B takes on a slimmer silhouette than Base A, but is not trendy slim by any means.
     


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    If only it was a 36S...would be all over it.
     


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