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RLPL Suit Sizing

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gsugsu, Jan 26, 2009.

  1. gsugsu

    gsugsu Senior member

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    So I have a recent (St. Andrews) vintage RLPL two button suit. It has a ticket pocket if that helps pinpoint the season (maybe not). It is a 44R with a chest measurement of between 47 and 48 inches and the shoulders approximately 20 inches. With a little bit of letting out the jacket fits well. Has there been much variation over the last few years in the measurements of a 44R? Since I don't have a RL store anywhere near to try the suit on would I be safe in ordering another 44R on spec or has sizing slimmed down recently?
     
  2. gdl203

    gdl203 Senior member Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    If yours is made in Italy (St Andrews), then I'd say that current sizing should be pretty consistent. The Made in England RLPL (Chester Barrie) was roomier.
     

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