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NWT Brioni Dark Grey Wool Trousers 32 / 48 EU

NWT Brioni Dark Grey Wool Trousers 32 / 48 EU

ialwayslose

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ialwayslose submitted a new listing:

NWT Brioni Dark Grey Wool Trousers 32 / 48 EU - Lightweight wool, all season. No brand drapes like brioni

View attachment 1033225 View attachment 1033226 View attachment 1033227 View attachment 1033228 NWT Dark grey charcoal pants good for all seasons

Comfortable light weight, drapes beautifully

The pants are marked size 32/48.
The inseam is 32” long and finished with a cuff. This allows for plenty of fabric to lengthen the pants or shorten them, as needed.

Feel free to contact me with any questions
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im interested in these. however, im looking for trousers for autumn and winter?

Are these heavy enough or too thin?
 

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im interested in these. however, im looking for trousers for autumn and winter?

Are these heavy enough or too thin?
Depends on your preferences. They definitely aren’t “heavy” like tweed or anything like that. I definitely wouldn’t hesitate to wear them in the winter though. I’d call them “4 season” or medium weight wool. They’re very comfortable and drape beautifully given the fabric. If there’s any way I can better answer you, I’m happy to do so.
 

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Would you by chance be willing to take measurements of the waist, thigh, knee, ankle opening and pant length as shown https://luxire.com/pages/pant-measurements

I have never tried on Brioni pants and usually prefer a "slim" fit so I am concerned these may be a little more boxy than I would like.
 

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Would you by chance be willing to take measurements of the waist, thigh, knee, ankle opening and pant length as shown https://luxire.com/pages/pant-measurements

I have never tried on Brioni pants and usually prefer a "slim" fit so I am concerned these may be a little more boxy than I would like.
Your link didn’t work for the knee measurement, but the approximate measurements for the waist, hip, and ankle are 16.5”, 11”, and 8.5”, respectfully. I am very athletic and slender at the waist and this fit does not feel at all baggy to me.
 

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Your link didn’t work for the knee measurement, but the approximate measurements for the waist, hip, and ankle are 16.5”, 11”, and 8.5”, respectfully. I am very athletic and slender at the waist and this fit does not feel at all baggy to me.
Thank you for the measurements. I think you just have to scroll down for the link I provided (I thought it was broken too). Unfortunately these are too small for me (who knew). Good luck with the sale.
 

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Also, if you don't mind the actual waist measurement and width of the legs at the cuff. Thanks
 

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