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Paul Smith London 44r Navy with very light check 3 Button Suit - Made in Italy ($1400 new) **Price D

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by jzbar, Sep 14, 2011.

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  1. jzbar

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    Dec 14, 2010
    Melbourne, Australia
    Drop $250 > $220

    Hello, selling a suit I haven't worn in a while, since switching careers (alright, fine, I'm studying again).

    It's a lovely Paul Smith suit in a navy with very light blue check pattern through it, that is very subtle and classic. The wool feels incredibly fine, and much like a super 120s, or something of this ilk. I bought it when I was working at David Jones in Melbourne, and got 30% of the $1395 price tag. Trying to sell it for much less than that now!

    Measurements are as follows (all rough, as I'm a shocking measurer):


    Pit to Pit: 23"
    Waist: 22"
    Shoulder to Shoulder: 19.5"
    Sleeve length: 25"
    Jacket length: 31.5"

    Pants (Flat front, uncuffed)

    Waist: 18.5"
    Inseam: 31"
    Rise: 11"
    Leg opening: 9.5"

    Please note that there is one damaged button on the left sleeve. These are non-functioning buttons, however, and could be easily replaced. I've said it before, and I'll say it again, I just don't have the time to do this sort of reparative work, but if you can sew, then it shouldn't take longer than 10mins to fix.

    Please feel free to ask any questions. I've got a couple of other things for sale at the mo, so if you buy more than one, I can combine shipping. I will send pretty much anywhere, but please contact me for a shipping estimate. I think it'll be close to $45 for North and South America, and Europe; $35 for Asia, and $15 within Australia, but best to check.

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