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NWT Cifonelli 100% cashmere lightweight overcoat: size 44 (10/4 DROP) - autumn workhorse

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by usctrojans31, Jul 16, 2016.

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  1. usctrojans31

    usctrojans31 Distinguished Member

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    Purchased this on Ebay for myself, but it had highly inaccurate measurements. My loss. Your gain. Retail was $2500.

    For your viewing pleasure is an absolutely gorgeous lightweight overcoat from Cifonelli. The cloth is 100% cashmere in a classic tan with subtle prince of wales pattern. It's half lined with silk, and this jacket could very easily be a spring through autumn workhorse.

    Jacket features a zipper and button closure, and it has an internal elastic drawstring to allow you room for a suit or to bring it in when going sans jacket.

    I'm still annoyed that it doesn't fit me and would require recutting the entire jacket to do so.

    It's tagged a 40, but the measurements clearly indicate otherwise. I'm calling it a 44, but please check the measurements.

    Shoulder: 20.5
    P2P: 23.5
    BOC: 32.5”
    Sleeve: 25.5" - about 1.5 inches underneath

    I'm moving in two weeks, and I really don't want to move anything that I won't wear. So, open to reasonable offers and trades.

    $650 - > $575 -> $525 -> $500 -> $400

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  2. stifler

    stifler Senior Member

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    Just curious if you can return it due to the inaccuracy? I'd be miffed too

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