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Slim fit suit Sanded Virgin wool Beige - Fancy weave

€720
Beige suit in wool "tropical" weaved.

2-button half-lined soft blazer,
tailored collar with open buttonhole,
2 patch pockets, 1 chest pocket,
open cuff buttonholes, 1 back vent.

Trousers, fastening with visible button and adjustable waist tab, 2 Italian pockets and a front ticket pocket, 2 back welt pockets with flap, trouser bottom width 18 cm, finished with a turn-up (it is possible to open the turn-up to lengthen the leg).

Mens suit 100% virgin wool
Fabric weaved in Italy
Dry clean

men's Suit 21EC3SOKI-SX34/56



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Sablé wool

The name of a satin weave whose tidy yet attractively oblique grain evokes the sandy (sablé in French) beaches over which you might run hands this coming summer. With a Natural Stretch, the incredibly comfortable sablé wool produced by the House of Lanificio F.lli Cerruti tastefully adapts to the silhouette of its owner and is never excessively shiny (unlike a classic satin weave). Blended with a jacquard by the Italian draper it also permits for subtle patterns. 


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