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Philip Lim 3.1 Pants and Burberry Prorsum Shirt

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by DCPHIL, Jul 2, 2012.

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    Want to move these items quickly. Reasonable offers encouraged.

    Philip Lim 3.1 100% Cotton Pants. Size 30. Very good condition. I've worn these pants sporadically and always had them professionally dry cleaned. They are more sophisticated than most cargo-type pants, but they're simultaneously hip and edgy. The color of the fabric is a very, very dark army like green, but they can also look black depending upon the light. Details such as hook and bar closure, button front fly closure, and 2 back besom pockets highlight the quality of the garment. They are very well made. Measurements: waist=15.5 (small amt of fabric to expand waist, but not much), front rise=9.5, inseam=33, leg opening=8. The pants have never been hemmed. I always rolled them, usually wearing with drivers. Asking: $60 obo

    Burberry Prorsum Shirt. Size 15. Made in Italy. This shirt is a runway piece from the A/W 2010. Beautiful textured fabric in a color block pattern of black and gray. The garment is very narrow and it no longer comfortably fits, which is the only reason that I am parting with this gem. Shirt has a front button placket, barrel cuffs, and an Italian collar. The texture of the fabric is sublime. I generally wore this as a casual piece with either jeans or slacks and a sport coat; however, the shirt was shown on the runway both casually and with suits. Measurements: Pit to pit=20, sleeve (shoulder seam to cuff)=27, TOC=32. Asking: $125 obo

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