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Gordon Yao handmade Navy SC - fit 38/40R

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by europrep, Oct 17, 2015.

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  1. europrep

    europrep Distinguished Member

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    Gordon Yao Navy SC.  Lots of handwork, soft shoulders.  Well known Hong Kong bespoke tailor.  Great Spring/Summer SC

    $175 - includes US domestic shipping.  Additional fee for international shipping. First to PayPal wins

    Double Vent
    Quarter lined
    Functioning cuffs
    Shoulders: 17.5 inches
    Length BOC: 29 inches
    Chest: 19.75
    Waist: 18.25

    Edit:
    Sleeve length measurement is a bit deceiving for this jacket.  Measures 23.25".  But given the soft shoulders, I would say if you are usually around 24" it will be fine.  As a reference, my shirts I have tailored to 33.75" (that is from yoke). 
     

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    Can't believe this is still around. If this is you're size and you're looking for a stable navy SC, this is the one to have.
     


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