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W.W. Chan Gray P/S Suit, 42/43R; Loro Piana Super 120s

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Huntsman, Oct 13, 2015.

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  1. Huntsman

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    Have a lovely bespoke W.W. Chan 2pc suit for sale. Measurements as follows, but fits me generally as a 42/43R would -- too big for me to have altered to my 40R without a total recut. Someone else should enjoy it. The only defect I can find is a tiny pull on the lapel, which you can see in the picture of the flower loop. Fabric is Loro Piana Four Season Super 120s in a medium grey, with wide light grey stripes and narrow light burgundy pinstripes -- a very wearable and versatile fabric.

    The jacket is a double vented, 2-button SB with notch lapels and an appropriate gorge. The working buttonhole has a flower loop behind, and much hand-pick stitching behind the lapels. There are the two usual inside pockets, as well as a glasses pocket, a pen pocket, and a cardcase pocket.

    Trousers have belt loops and three pleats, but are not cuffed, though the cuffs internally have beautiful reinforcements to prevent wear at the back.

    Measurements are:

    Coat:
    Back, shoulder seam to seam, 18"
    Under Arms. 21"
    Waist, 19"
    Length, from bottom of collar to bottom, 31"
    Sleeves, 26.5"

    Trousers:
    Waist 17", buttoned
    Inside Leg, 33.5
     

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