Suit Bought From Ebay?

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  1. bvlgari111

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    Definitely not fake. Are those flared bottoms?!
     
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    I have no idea what those bottoms are but I think I can get them back to the way they are suppose to be by getting my tailor to remove the black piece of cloth. I dont think any of the original pant leg was removed just that strange piece of fabric added.
     
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    Yeah Imagine my face when i opened the package and seen that piece of work! [​IMG]
     
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    You mean the pants are the sloppy part correct with that black piece of cloth?
     
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    Looks genuine to me and has full lining. When purchasing in ebay it's important to ask the seller lots of questions about the item just to make sure.
     
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    That's a strange thing with the pants. Why would the previous owner want to do flares like that?
     
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    ever heard of the village people???
     
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    Of course. Can't remember any members of Village People wearing pinstripe suits though. I know there was a red indian, a cowboy, a construction worker, a sailor and a biker. :)

    I remember some kids widening their flared jeans with non-matching fabrics in the late 1970s. I'm just curious why someone would do such a thing with a probably very expensive 100% cashmere Kiton suit.
     
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    Looks real to me.
     
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    LOL The Village People no doubt aye... The reason I got was that the guy who sold it is an actor/model and the pants were tampered with because of a photo shoot or a scene he shot which would also explain the label being removed from the inside of the jacket... Yeah when this thing arrived I could not figure out what the heck i had... =S
     
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