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SOLD | NWT-Paul Smith Slim Pleated Split Hem Navy Wool Pants sz 28

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by robxznyc, Jun 24, 2016.

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  1. robxznyc

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    May 22, 2015
    New York, NY
    Sold on grailed.
    New with tags, bought in 2016. Retail price $670. These Paul Smith slim-fit pleated formal pants are an exemplary choice excelling in both smart, sharp tailoring and comfort.

    Fabric: luxurious, softly textured midweight 100% wool in navy. It's crease resistant and drapes beautifully.

    Features: a clean beltless design with gold tone metal cinch straps, lockable RiRi zip fly with horn button fastening, single front pleat to give more room in the thigh, internal rubber waistband grip to keep shirting secure, and soft cupro half-lining. Finished with split hem detail for ease of movement. Made in Portugal.

    Fit and Measurements (I carefully conducted): labeled size is 28 and fits a natural waistline of 28-30". Slim fit throughout with a comfortable mid rise that sits on the natural waistline between the hip bone and navel, where you are the smallest.
    – waist 15"
    – rise 10.75"
    – inseam 33.5"
    – thigh width 11" (measured at 1" below crotch and then straight across)
    – leg opening 6.75"

    Same day shipping: US free, Canada $10, EU/AUS $20

    Check out my other listings on Grailed and Instagram & Pinterest @RobxzNYC

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