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If only this was a size 38.Also probably my final drop before I end up keeping this but price dropped to $285 shipped! (Retailed at $495)
Unworn ghost suede ma-1
Here are Mikes thoughts when they released....
”I absolutely love how these turned out. The fit on them is really brilliant. Its tailored - not too tight - but still way less voluminous than the typical MA-1. The suede makes this piece really comfortable and luxe, and you can wear it either streetwear or classic. Like the blouson, they're made in Portugal and absolutely unmatched for quality at this price.”
Oh rad that’s the OG production from years ago
Gunmetal EZ pants are soldSelling a couple pairs of EZ pants since I finally got the weight off, both size 36, both from last year.
Definitely a bit of wear on the fabric, tried to capture the most worn spots, but also the fadez are preposterous. Grabbed a contrasting shot with the belt which hasn't been washed. These have been hemmed to 31", and the seams have been reinforced by a tailor at both pockets and the inseam.
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Asking $80 + shipping
Pima Cotton Cordurouy:
Unhemmed, tried on at home but never worn. Great fabric, super comfortable and a nice sheen/lustre on it, just didn't really make it out of my closet.
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Asking $70 + shipping. I know it's weird that the unworn one is going for less but the sashiko seems to be in high demand and limited supply, plus they're just cooler and if I keep one in case the weight comes back I'd rather it was that.
Take both and I'll throw in your choice of:
The olive cord pictured at the bottom of the last photo. These are also a 36, hemmed to 30 1/4". Was going to put them up for sale but discovered a tiny hole by the pocket. I'll keep them for weight gain pants unless you want them, it's not noticeable and easily fixed, happy to send pictures if you're interested in all three.
Price drop on this to only $150 shipped - brand new, never worn sienna sashiko patchwork Doyle size 44I’m selling a brand-new, never worn sashiko patchwork Doyle in the sienna (mid brown) color, size 44. Selling for only $175 shipped! I can provide pics upon request.
Asking just $660 now, get this out of my closet before I give in to temptation and get it altered.Selling a beautiful unworn Southwick for Epaulet suit from the February ends for friends. Ordered because I had put on a little weight and panicked about having one in the chamber for summer weddings, promptly cured my french fry addiction and lost 20 lbs. I could have it taken in but I have enough suits that fit me at this weight and I'd rather rehome it and polish up other spots in my wardrobe.
The fabric is Dove Grey Estrato, described as a four-season fabric. Nuovo Jacket in a 43r, Nico trousers in a 36, the vest should fit if a 43r jacket fits. Tan horn buttons, grey dot lining. The fabric is beautiful, definitely on the lighter side but it will look great with your summer tan.
$1130 new, asking $800 with shipping inside NA, contact me for shipping rates otherwise. Not selling individual pieces at this time, open to offers and potentially trades. If you'd like more photos feel free to DM, not sure what sort of things I should be capturing on a suit.
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