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NWT Brunello Cucinelli Linen-Silk-Wool Jacket, Medium Blue Herringbone

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This is a really beautiful and very cool Brunello Cucinelli jacket, NWT/new with tag, in a medium blue, linen/wool/silk herringbone fabric. In perfect, unaltered, new condition. Extremely light in weight, incredibly soft, and the silk gives it a beautiful sheen. 48% linen, 38% silk, 14% wool. The herringbone is very subtle. Made in Italy (obviously). 3 button, 3/2 roll, notch lapels, double vents, and 4 non-working stitched button holes on each cuff, so the sleeves can be lengthened. 1/3 lined. Flapped pockets, with jetted ticket pocket, which is kind of a neat touch. If you know these pieces, they're really beautifully made.

I bought this for myself, but it's about a half-size too large for me, and it's such a nice piece I hesitated to have it altered. I managed to find another one that fits me better, so I thought I'd see if this would interest anyone here. No, I didn't pay full retail for it, but yes, I paid a good chunk of it, so I'd like to not take a total bath on it. Open to offers. I've bought and sold a few things here over the years, and can provide a link to my Ebay feedback as well- I've sold a lot of stuff to SF members on Ebay.

Tagged as a Euro 54, but runs a tiny bit slim, so fits in my opinion more like a US 43. If it helps, I'm a 42R in most Italian Polo and Caruso cuts, and this is just a little too full on me.

Asking $750 shipped USPS Priority insured to the US and Canada, but again, open to offers, os if that's outrageous feel free to throw out what you have. International buyers to pay actual shipping, but I'll do my best to get it to you as economically as possible.

Chest: 44"
Sleeves: 26.5"
Shoulders: 19"
Length, down back from top of collar: 32"

Please take a look at the photos and ask any questions you like. I've had good luck buying here, so thought I'd try selling again and see what happens.

Thank you!


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