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New Kiton Napoli suit 42R !!!

Discussion in 'B&S Archive' started by Avers, Aug 15, 2006.

  1. Avers

    Avers Well-Known Member

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    You know that Kiton is considered one ot the best luxury suit makers and their suits retail for $5,000-6,000. Well, here's your chance to own one for much lower price.

    Offered here is new with tags Kiton suit.

    I bought it for myself but it does not fit. So, my loss is your gain.

    Shirt is brand new, never worn, never altered - just the way they come from the shop.

    Color: dark charcoil, with light pinstripes.
    Material: 100% cashmere
    Size: European - 52 Regular, which is equal to 41-42 Regular USA
    Sleeves: unfinished, extra buttons included.

    Jacket - 3 button single-breasted, two side vents.
    Pants - pleated, unfinished bottoms.

    Made by hand in Napoli, Italy.

    Ultimate luxury from Kiton, the best in RTW suits!

    Retails for $5,600+ (there's still price tag attached).

    Asking $2,200. I am open to reasonable offers.

    Here are some pictures, they tell the story:

    http://s24.photobucket.com/albums/c2...s1/Kiton_suit/

    Some of the pics came out light, true suit color is in darker photos.

    I have 400 positive feedbacks on eBay and recommendations, so deal with confidence.

    Question - avers@optonline.com

    Best regards,
    William
     
  2. MilanoStyle

    MilanoStyle Well-Known Member

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    Can you post measurements please?
    Also, what is the weight of the fabric?

    Thank you
     
  3. Hoya Saxa

    Hoya Saxa Well-Known Member

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    Hey -- how come nobody ever does this with a 40S suit? Am I the only guy around here in a 40S? I know a lot of you guys are 6', but show us 5' 7" guys some love.

    Any 40s folks looking to unload a Kiton, RLPL, Barbera or Brioni suit, I'm your man.

    Hoya
     
  4. chorse123

    chorse123 Well-Known Member

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  5. Avers

    Avers Well-Known Member

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    Can you post measurements please?
    Also, what is the weight of the fabric?

    Thank you


    Let me know what measurements would you like to see.

    William
     
  6. MilanoStyle

    MilanoStyle Well-Known Member

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    Jacket:
    Chest - arm pit to arm pit.
    Waist - middle button closed, measure across.
    Shoulder - point to point
    Shoulder - Middle of shoulder seam to seam at the back.
    Legnth - from neck seam to bottom of jacket.
    Sleeve length.
    Sleeve slit length - I need to know if sleeve has enough length to put 4 sleeve buttons after shortening.
     
  7. Avers

    Avers Well-Known Member

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    Here are the measurements:

    Jacket --- measured with all three buttons closed, jacked layed down flat:
    Chest - arm pit to arm pit --- 23 inches
    Waist - middle button closed, measure across --- 20.5 inches, on the level of pockets top
    Shoulder - point to point --- 19 inches, measured on the back, on top point, from seam to seam
    Shoulder - Middle of shoulder seam to seam at the back --- 9.25 inches - measured from rear shoulder sleeve seam to central seam on the back
    Legnth - from neck seam to bottom of jacket --- 32 inches - from bottom of the collar to bottom of the jacket (on the back)
    Sleeve length --- 24.75 inches - from middle of the shoulder (where horizontal seam meets arm seam) to bottom of the sleeve.
    Sleeve slit length - I need to know if sleeve has enough length to put 4 sleeve buttons after shortening --- there's 5 inches of unfinished slit.

    Hope this helps, in case of questions - write me at avers@optonline.com

    Best regards,
    William
     
  8. Avers

    Avers Well-Known Member

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    New price - $2,000.

    Guys, this is steal for new cashmere Kiton suit!
     

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