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Z Zegna "Classic" fit

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by charzord, Jun 23, 2012.

  1. charzord

    charzord Well-Known Member

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    Hi all,

    I tried to search for the answer, to no avail. What is the difference between Z Zegna "Classic" fit (drop 7) and "City" fit (drop 7).

    Thanks!
     


  2. Brendon

    Brendon Senior Member

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    Hi Charzord
    the drop 7 refers to 7 inches difference between the chest and waist. ie drop 6 for a normal figure drop 7 is slightly more athletic. Ask at the Zegna store for the difference between the Z etc, they should be able to give you their " in house spiel ". Zegna are a good suit when they are on sale!
    Brendon
     


  3. chocsosa

    chocsosa Distinguished Member

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    The city fit is a bit more fashion forward.edgier.. the jackets are a little shorter the pants are a little slimmer.. the classic fit is more of the classic slim fit.. I have the classic fit that its in my rotation for work.. it might not be canvassed at all but the look is what I like..Ive had it for almost 2 years and is not showing signs of wearing down..
     


  4. charzord

    charzord Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, exactly what I needed!
     


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