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L.B.M. 1911 jacquard weave minty green cotton & linen blazer size EU/US 48/38

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Sartyroialist, Feb 19, 2016.

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  1. Sartyroialist

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    Here's a - nearly new-without-tags - L.B.M. 1911 EU 48 US 38. This 2-button jacket is an unlined tone-on-tone jacquard weave of 51% cotton and 49% linen that's subtly textured, yet silky smooth, in a very cool dark-minty green. The sleeve picture seems like it shows the truest color. I think this would be an ideal spring \ summer jacket.

    As much as I love the fabric, color and condition of this LBM jacket, it's just not a good fit for me. The shoulders on this jacket (at 17") seem on the short range of 48/38, so I'm supposing this could also work for someone in the 36-38 range.

    I've never worn it. Although I purchased it second hand, it appears it has been hardly worn: the breast pocket is sewn shut, and while the jetted pockets have been opened, the stitching at their ends is still intact. There are four fabric-dents at the bottom of the left sleeve (see the sleeve pic). This is where the original L.B.M. 1911 tag was sewn by the manufacturer, and should steam right out.

    I've hand measured the sizes below:

    Shoulders: 17"
    Chest (P2P): 21"
    Waist 19"
    Back length: 28" (bottom of collar to hem)
    Sleeve: 25" (shoulder seam to cuff)
    Sleeve opening: 5.5"


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