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Rick Owens New Wool Blend Blazer, 48

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Callusing, Jul 10, 2016.

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  1. Callusing

    Callusing Senior member

    Dec 27, 2013
    San Diego
    Rick Owens Wool Blend Blazer
    Shipping to US only, no exceptions.
    A lightly structured, lightweight 89% new wool, 11% nylon Rick Owens black blazer. This is, I believe, a slightly older version of Rick’s “Soft Blazer”, which is narrow in the shoulders, slim through the body and sleeves, then flares at the waist and is mid-length. The overall silhouette is dramatic and refined at the same time; I’ve included pictures of a very similar blazer (same fabric blend, similar design, just different lapels) for reference.
    This is a one-button blazer with a madonna collar, lightly padded shoulders, faux welt pockets, a single back vent, and a 5-button (3 functional, 2 faux) cuffs. The fabric is very light and airy, with a dry and slightly scratchy hand…to my eye, it almost looks like a deep black wool canvas. As the blazer is designed, the chest is lightly structured, while the waist, sleeves, and back completely allow the lightweight fabric to drape.
    Condition is 9/10…I’m the second owner, and I know it’s not brand new, but I see no signs of wear.
    A note on measurements, for those who aren’t familiar with Rick blazers…the shoulders are narrow by design, and the combination of the underarm gussets and wide armholes allow the shoulder seam to sit closer to the neck than is typical on most blazers. I wear jackets with a 17 to 17.5-inch shoulders from most brands, and this blazer fits me well in the shoulders.
    Measurements: (Labeled size S)
    Shoulders: 15.5
    Chest: 19.5
    Waist: 17
    Sleeve: 28
    Back: 30.5
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