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Slim Fitting BRIONI shirt - Contrast collar and cuffs (FC) - Slim Fitting 16/33/41

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by horse's_ass, Mar 28, 2012.

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  1. horse's_ass

    horse's_ass Senior member

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    Up for sale is a very awesome Brioni shirt. White bankers collar and white contrast cuffs. French cuffed.

    This shirt has been sitting in my closet for awhile - it fits perfect everywhere except for the sleeve length. They're like 5 centimeters too short. I need to come to grips with that fact.

    The shirt has been darted in the back for a slimmer fit. The shirt is in really good condition (rarely worn because of the aforementioned sleeve length)....some very slight crease lines where the cuff is folded (Obviously can't been seen when worn, hard to see when unfolded. See below pictures). No signs of wear on the neck or body.

    The shirt has an excellent hand and super thick MOP buttons.

    Tagged size is 16/41.

    P2P: 23
    Sleeve: 23
    S2S: 19
    Length: 31

    100% cotton. Made in Italy. Retailed for around $450.00.

    Add 5 bucks for domestic shipping (USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation).

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    Last edited: Apr 4, 2012
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