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The Least Official Natalino Appreciation Thread

sargeinaz

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The DB version certainly did.
Ya the old cut was $490. The new one I feel like released at like 520 or 530 a week or so ago and now it’s $560? I could be wrong about what the new mockleno price released at on the first day though. Regardless, yes, it is more than the original cut mockleno DB.
 

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Did anyone get the beige and seafoam check jacket from this latest collection? It looks cool, but I wonder if it’s too loud.
 

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Tobacco linen
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That looks great! I've been considering Natalino after stumbling across them on PS and have toyed with a bespoke Tobacco linen suit. This does appear on the darker side for me but lovely none-the-less. I think its a really good fit for RTW and I rather like the drape with little waist supression. Obviously, I cant comment on the back. If you don't mind, for reference could you please advise on your chest, shoulder and waist measurements? My actual chest is around 105cm (41.5"), waist 87cm (34"), and shoulder around 45cm (18"). I usually find i'm between sizes 32 & 34 for trousers and 40 & 42 for jackets. As per the general rule, usually better for me to buy the larger and take in both a little in waist. Would you say Natalino is generous in sizing? Appreciate your thoughts/info.
 

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That looks great! I've been considering Natalino after stumbling across them on PS and have toyed with a bespoke Tobacco linen suit. This does appear on the darker side for me but lovely none-the-less. I think its a really good fit for RTW and I rather like the drape with little waist supression. Obviously, I cant comment on the back. If you don't mind, for reference could you please advise on your chest, shoulder and waist measurements? My actual chest is around 105cm (41.5"), waist 87cm (34"), and shoulder around 45cm (18"). I usually find i'm between sizes 32 & 34 for trousers and 40 & 42 for jackets. As per the general rule, usually better for me to buy the larger and take in both a little in waist. Would you say Natalino is generous in sizing? Appreciate your thoughts/info.
Thanks, here's color in different lighting, it varies quite a bit. I am 6'1" 185 lbs, 40 chest, 34.5 at the navel, and this is a 40L/34. Trousers a little on the slim side. Back is clean. Hard to say if 40 or 42 would better for you, especially since the navy linen fit differently, but 34 trousers probably. Really liking my purchases though, looking forward to future drops. Customer service is great.
 

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Thanks, here's color in different lighting, it varies quite a bit. I am 6'1" 185 lbs, 40 chest, 34.5 at the navel, and this is a 40L/34. Trousers a little on the slim side. Back is clean. Hard to say if 40 or 42 would better for you, especially since the navy linen fit differently, but 34 trousers probably. Really liking my purchases though, looking forward to future drops. Customer service is great.
It certainly does look more tobacco in this light. I do love the the drape in the chest, the close fit around your shirt collar and the lapel roll. If you are a true 40” chest, it suspect I may benefit and from a size larger to obtain a similar fit in tgr chest. I’m shorter than you at 6ft but heavier with an athletic build at 196lbs. You mentioned the navy linen fitting differently. Is consistency an issue with Natalino? I was also interested in their belt looped washed cotton chinos, khaki linen trousers like your tobacco, and perhaps a mid grey flannel. It makes it tricky to order online if they all measure differently.
 

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It certainly does look more tobacco in this light. I do love the the drape in the chest, the close fit around your shirt collar and the lapel roll. If you are a true 40” chest, it suspect I may benefit and from a size larger to obtain a similar fit in tgr chest. I’m shorter than you at 6ft but heavier with an athletic build at 196lbs. You mentioned the navy linen fitting differently. Is consistency an issue with Natalino? I was also interested in their belt looped washed cotton chinos, khaki linen trousers like your tobacco, and perhaps a mid grey flannel. It makes it tricky to order online if they all measure differently.
These are the only two items I have from them but the tobacco required the chest slimmed a bit (pics are post alternation) whereas the navy did not (pic a few pages back).
 

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These are the only two items I have from them but the tobacco required the chest slimmed a bit (pics are post alternation) whereas the navy did not (pic a few pages back).

These are the only two items I have from them but the tobacco required the chest slimmed a bit (pics are post alternation) whereas the navy did not (pic a few pages back).
That is problematic. I trust they are aware of these inconsistencies and are working to remedy. I will have that conversation with their customer service team. I would prefer to avoid the expense and risk of significant alterations. Navy looks good too btw. Appreciate all your responses. Happy wearing.
 

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Is it fair to say all Natalino jackets have minimal waist and little to no back suppression otr? Do many here feel the need to alter this and with good success ?
 

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