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Grey Ring Jacket Suit 38/48 NWT **SOLD**

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by chris_hansen, Jun 9, 2015.

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  1. chris_hansen

    chris_hansen Senior member

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    ***SOLD** thanks All for the interest

    NWT Ring Jacket Suit (38/48) for sale. 3 roll 2, flat front pants, unfinished sleeves, Barbera fabric 75% wool, 20% mohair, cashmere 5%.100% Cupro lining. Model 246. Full canvas.

    For those unfamiliar with Ring Jacket they are Japanese made and you can review some of their other pieces online at The Armoury. I've recently bought 3 and this one is slightly too light in colour for my taste. They fit true to size so would suit a normal 38 or a slim shouldered 40. I own several RLBL and Caruso suits (all 38) but these guys are my new favourites by far. The silhouette is perfectly slim for business without being a 'fashion' suit.

    Measurements as follows:

    Shoulder 17.35in
    bust 39in
    sleeve 24.7in
    length 28.95
    Waist 16.5in
    hem 8in
    hem unfinished

    $650 USD shipped
     

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    i like it,The silhouette is perfectly slim for business without being a 'fashion' suit.thanks [​IMG]
     
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