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The Least Official Natalino Appreciation Thread

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Here are some quick pics of the sweater. The color is a bit lighter in real life, a perfect shade of navy IMO.

The fit is boxy/retro, but in a good way. It covers the waistband (with some excess/overlap), so not overly cropped.

The cotton trousers are at the tailor for minor narrowing of the waist. I therefore paired it with the natalino single pleat cavalry twill trouser for fit/silhouette reference.

I am 186 cm, 76 kg. Typically wear 38L jackets and 33 trousers. After discussing with Nathan, I picked a M sweater, which fits great. Trousers are 50R.
fantastic.
 

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I have some of the beige brushed cotton pleated trousers and am a big fan -- they are probably a touch too tapered for my own frame but that is being picky. The range is also, for my personal budget, at a very satisfying price point.

I keep thinking of going for the herringbone suit, but I'm a slightly unusual size (long and thin) so keep hesitating... it looks beautiful though.
 

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I have three pairs of their trousers trousers (flannel and wool cavalry twill), and all have become favorites in my wardrobe. Their customer service is great, and I look forward to ordering more from them.

I am currently looking at their 10 oz four season cotton trouser: https://natalino.co/collections/trouser/products/single-pleat-trouser-stone-brushed-cotton-1?variant=37801381363910

Have anyone here tried these? If so, please share your thoughts. I was thinking of wearing them with more casual tailoring, mainly in spring, summer, autumn.

(Tagging @pickergc as I know he has a lot of great natalino trousers).

Thanks!
Hello,

I have 2 pairs in 10oz cotton..A khaki and an olive pair. They re great trousers and the cloth feels nice and heavy and drapes really well. I wear mine with my Belstaff jacket and to the office with a tie and sportcoat. They look great with boots and with loafers.

When they get a bit creased just hang them in the shower, the wrinkles go out nicely. All in all highly recommend them
 

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You wear 40R in S&M right? What size do you wear in natalino long sleeve polos? I wear 40L and wonder if the sleeves are on the short side...?
I', 6'3 (191cm) and I have a couple of polos in L. Sleeves are long enough and with the new cutaway collar models the body is also long enough ( had to get XL in the button-down)
 

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I', 6'3 (191cm) and I have a couple of polos in L. Sleeves are long enough and with the new cutaway collar models the body is also long enough ( had to get XL in the button-down)
Thank you!
 

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Has anyone experienced the "Italian-made" trousers to fit fuller than the "Portugal-made" trousers? I have one pair of the flannels from this past AW season (i.e. Italian-made) that are quite a bit bigger fitting than previous years (i.e. Portugal-made), despite the size charts indicating the opposite should be true.

All my "Portugal-made" trousers (brushed cotton, heavy twill, flannels, linens) fit nearly identical.
 

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Has anyone experienced the "Italian-made" trousers to fit fuller than the "Portugal-made" trousers? I have one pair of the flannels from this past AW season (i.e. Italian-made) that are quite a bit bigger fitting than previous years (i.e. Portugal-made), despite the size charts indicating the opposite should be true.

All my "Portugal-made" trousers (brushed cotton, heavy twill, flannels, linens) fit nearly identical.
I’ve found that, which I like as the Portugal made trousers didn’t quite work for me but the Italian made ones do.
 

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