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Lemaire Gusset collar shirt, size 50

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by malcb33, Jun 9, 2016.

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  1. malcb33

    malcb33 Senior Member

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    Reluctantly looking to move my Lemaire navy gusset collar shirt.

    I got this and another navy Lemaire shirt recently and really like this one, but figured I shouldn't keep booth so I moving it for a great price.

    I've only worn this shirt once (actually once) so it's in as new condition basically. Made from a tightly woven but light weight cotton poplin. The material feels very soft and is airy enough for warm weather wear. Features a gusset collar which add some visual interest when worn open tucked in or pushed out (white shirt pic) or is a short stand collar when worn closed. Also has Lemaire's signature low chest pocket which has a nice piped finish.

    - Small stand collar
    - Gusset closure with button at neck
    - Piped welt pocket at chest
    - Small back yoke
    - Loose, oversize fit (typical Lemaire size 50, 23.5" pit to pit)

    Retailed for $340, asking $140 + shipping

    Feel free to PM me any questions
    Last edited: Dec 10, 2016

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