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**THIRD PRICE DROP** Bespoke Thom Sweeney Grey Prince of Wales Blazer - Approx size 38 short

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by nmoore82, Jul 17, 2016.

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  1. nmoore82

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    ** Price Drop £450 £400 £350 £280** For sale is a Thom Sweeney bespoke wool jacket in a grey Prince of Wales pattern with hues of a light and medium brown colour.

    The details:
    • Two button single breasted
    • Notch lapels
    • Two front flap pockets and welt chest pocket
    • Double vent
    • 5x Interior pockets
    • Fully lined
    • 100% wool (very soft hand)
    • High armhole
    • All the construction you'd expect from a bespoke with hand sewn buttonholes using a medium brown thread

    Approximate measurements:
    • Armpit-Armpit: 19.5"
    • Length (bottom of collar to bottom of jacket hem): 27.5"
    • Lapel at widest point: 3 1/4"
    • Arm length from top of sleeve / shoulder to end of jacket: 24"

    From the measurements I think that the jacket would be ideal for a slim 38 short.

    I bought the jacket (unworn) from a private seller and has never been worn as it is an inch too short in the body for me. Although I could get away with wearing it, it will annoy me!

    If you have any questions about the jacket or want more pictures, please message me.

    Free delivery in the UK.
     

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