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Sid Mashburn Wool Plain Weave Blazer - 40R (50EU) - Navy - worn once

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by kwv07, Mar 8, 2013.

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  1. kwv07

    kwv07 Well-Known Member

    Dec 14, 2011
    Sid Mashburn Wool Plain Weave Blazer
    Size 40R (50EU)

    worn once. I purchased this blazer thinking it was the right size for me, so I had it taken in at the waist a tad and had working buttonholes put on it. left sleeve was lengthened about 1/2". This thing is literally brand new. Unfortunately, I'm realizing I actually need the size down from this. dumb mistake on my part. sleeves can be altered between .25" and .5" either way and working buttonholes would look fine. buttonholes could be reweaved by a tailor, as well.

    $795 retail

    full canvas construction
    English plain weave wool
    bemberg lining

    two flap pockets w/ ticket pocket and welted breast pocket
    two interior breast pockets, pen pocket, lower phone pocket
    double side vents
    horn buttons

    chest: 20.5"
    waist: 18.75" (taken in just a tad, enough to let back out again)
    shoulders: 18" (measured from front across top seam to seam)
    length: 30.25" (from base of collar in back)
    sleeve: 25.25-25.5"

    feel free to message me with any questions!
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