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Le De Bonne Facture Thread

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Wow it looks great. When I look at the measures on the website it seems so oversized (compared to my other suits). Looks tight and nice on you. May I ask how tall you are?
Thanks! I'm wearing a size 50 here (I'm 5'11"), this is not tight at all, I think the camera angle makes it look more fitted than it is. I can easily fit a DBF Pecora Nera sweater, or a thicker Inis Meáin knit underneath here. I got a little over 23 inches p2p.

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Seeing some comments both here and NMWA, most folks sized up one for the Pecora Nera sweater from this season?
 

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Seeing some comments both here and NMWA, most folks sized up one for the Pecora Nera sweater from this season?
I think most sized up. a few went TTS and still liked the fit.

I know I sized up, and loved the fit. It is pretty stretchy though, so I probably could have kept the TTS piece and let it stretch out a bit with wear.
 

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I am on the shorter side for my chest size - 5'8" with a 40" chest - so as much as I would have liked to size up for a more roomy chest the L would have been too long in the body for me.
 

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Question for anyone who might know...cordoroy easy pants on the DBF site list measurements at 18.7 waist and 8.9 leg opening for size 50, while NMWA has a pair listed at 17.3 and 7.7. I wouldn't think there would be two different cuts and assume one of the measurements is off? I can see the waist being variable since they are elasticated, but the leg opening makes me wonder.

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Was curious about that as well. Waist measurements are probably hard because the fabric is so thick and it's elasticized. I will say, though, that the fit on the DBF model does not look like a leg opening of 8.9". That's much wider.
 

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Anyone with familiarity of the balloon pants that can speak to sizing? I'm normally a 32 waist and it seems, looking at measurements, the balloon pants are at a little over 16" for a 46. Which, if correct, would be perfect for me, if the rise was around 11.5-12". The 48 seems a bit big, with almost a 17" measured waist.
 

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Question for anyone who might know...cordoroy easy pants on the DBF site list measurements at 18.7 waist and 8.9 leg opening for size 50, while NMWA has a pair listed at 17.3 and 7.7. I wouldn't think there would be two different cuts and assume one of the measurements is off? I can see the waist being variable since they are elasticated, but the leg opening makes me wonder.

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I just measured a pair of 50 here and got 21.5 cm (8.4")
 

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