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New Grey Prince of Wales Check Suits - Full Canvas - 38R + 40R

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by AnGeLiCbOrIs, May 6, 2013.

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  1. AnGeLiCbOrIs

    AnGeLiCbOrIs Senior member

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    I am selling two brand new suits. I liked this fabric a lot so I made a couple of RTW suits to sell for an excellent price. Construction compares nicely to Canali. The design is inspired by RLPL.

    Size 38R and 40R available. Just one of each.

    Price includes domestic shipping.

    Details:
    • Grey PoW Check w/ Light Blue Windowpane
    • Trim Fit
    • Full Floating Canvas
    • Two Button Jacket
    • Ticket Pocket
    • Unfinished Sleeves - Buttons Included
    • Corozo Buttons
    • Removable Collar Tab
    • Curved Chest Pocket
    • Size Vents
    • Roped Shoulders
    • Flat Front Trousers
    • Split Waistband
    • 98% wool, 2% elastane


    Measurements - 38 R
    Shoulders - 17.75"
    Length from Bottom of Collar - 29.5"
    Sleeve - 24.5" - can be adjusted before buttons are attached
    Chest - 41"
    Waist - 38"

    Pants Waist - 33"
    Rise - 9.5"
    Inseam - ~40" unhemmmed
    Leg Opening - 7.75" across

    Measurements - 40 R
    Shoulders - 18"
    Length from Bottom of Collar - 29.65"
    Sleeve - 24.75" - can be adjusted before buttons are attached
    Chest - 43"
    Waist - 40"

    Pants Waist - 35"
    Rise - 9.75"
    Inseam - ~40" unhemmmed
    Leg Opening - 7.85"
     

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  2. othertravel

    othertravel Senior member

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    Very nice; which mill is the fabric sourced from?
     


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    pendragon Senior member

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    And who made them?
     


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    As much as I want to make it work, after comparing to my own wardrobe they're just too short to work. It looks absolutely fantastic though.

    Good luck with the sale.
     


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    AnGeLiCbOrIs Senior member

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    I had them tailored at the same shop that does my custom work.
     


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    you should have made a 36!
     


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    that 38 sold fast! RATS
     


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    Huh? This thread is almost a year old.
     


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    ScottMC Senior member

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    My mistake, I read the 'Last Bumped' time as the original posting date. I would have liked to get my hands on that 38, though.
     


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    I bought the 38. It's a great suit.
     


  11. AnGeLiCbOrIs

    AnGeLiCbOrIs Senior member

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    I sold quite a few of these since I made a few to individual specifications. I have one 40R remaining.
     


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