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Last Price Drop: NWT ISAIA Napoli Blue Wool Cashmere Suit - Slim 52 IT ~40-42

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by marblehouse, Jun 5, 2013.

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  1. marblehouse

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    ISAIA Napoli Wool Cashmere 3-roll-2 Blue Striped Suit - Slim 52 / 42

    $890 ...Last cut - no further drops: $775 US, $815 Worldwide




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    Base "Gregory"

    3-roll-2 front, dual vent

    95% Virgin Wool, 5% Cashmere

    Hand sewn buttonholes - including boutonniere

    Notched belt loop, split notch rear waist

    Flat front, straight hem

    Made in Italy




    TAG SIZE:52 DR 7 IT (~42 US)


    Chest: (flat across the front, unstretched): 21 3/4"

    Sleeves: (shoulder seam to cuff): 26" [unfinished; +1 1/2"to let out]

    Shoulder Width (shoulder seam to shoulder seam, at widest point): 18"

    Length (bottom of collar to bottom, from back): 30 1/4"



    TROUSER MEASUREMENTS:

    Waist (flat across the waist, unstretched): 36" [+2 1/2" to let out]

    Rise (crotch seam to top of trousers): 10 1/4"

    Inseam (crotch seam to end of hem): 37 1/2" [unhemmed]

    Leg Opening (width at hem): 8 3/8"​
     

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    The shoulders are a half-inch too narrow, otherwise I'd snap it up. Shame.
     


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