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Nicolo Ceschi Berrini dark charcoal gray cardigan 48

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by big_eyes, Mar 25, 2012.

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  1. big_eyes

    big_eyes Well-Known Member

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    I got this off yoox in October, but never quite felt comfortable wearing it. Berrini's slouchy cut cardigans are supposed to feel like wearing your favourite old t-shirt, only as a cardigan. Tagged as a 48, I would say it fits closer to a 50, with longer sleeves, slouchy pockets, and fits a bit loose. Quite a nice piece, with very soft fabric (50% cotton 50% wool) that accentuates the slouchy look, which is not really my style. It certainly is comfortable, and would look good on someone who's more at home in this style. Maybe with a slouchy Scandinavian tuque to accompany it? Anyway, I'm making way for new additions, so am looking for a quick sale. Made in Italy. It's warm but you could easily wear it in the spring, paired with some brighter pants or shirts underneath.

    Discounted to move this piece to a new home. Don't get it twisted, the low price reflects my desire to free space in my small apartment, not the quality of the piece.


    P2P: 21"
    Sh: 19"
    Sl: 27"
    C2H: 25.5"

    Shipping to Canada is included, add 5$ for CONUS (I'll pick up the rest).

    Btw: you might notice the tag is upside down. That's because it came loose, and I was not paying attention when I sewed it back on.

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  2. dmash

    dmash Senior member

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    NCB is HIGHLY underrated in my opinion. Especially at the prices you can get the stuff. Free bump for a good cardigan at a great price. Would buy myself if it was a 50.

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