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ISAIA for Saks Fifth Avenue British Khaki Cotton Suit - 38R (33" waist trousers)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by JR Magat, Jul 14, 2016.

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  1. JR Magat

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    Selling an amazing warm weather suit in a slightly darker shade British khaki - perfect for spring/summer or even fall. Bought from another SF member, but unfortunately the jacket is too slim for me & will be better off to pass along to someone that can enjoy it; see measurements below, and there's at least an inch of fabric at every seam for any tailoring you'd want to do.

    The jacket and pants are nearly completely made by hand by Isaia for S5A; even the trouser pocket and inseam stitching is hand done - shows that Italian craftsmanship. The jacket also has a soft natural shoulder and a great lining, making it great for summer wear, but also very appropriate for cooler weather. Beautiful horn buttons for nice details as well.

    The suit at retail was ~$2,200


    Measurements
    Shoulder: 18"
    Chest: 19.5"
    Sleeve length: 25"
    Back length: 29"
    Trouser waist: 16.5" + 1" to let out
    Trouser inseam: 31" + 2" to let out



    Thanks for looking!
    JR
     
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