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Slim fit tuxedo Virgin wool, cotton, mohair Blue - Plain weave

€795
Blue tuxedo in plain virgin wool, cotton, mohair stretch weave.

1-button jacket with contrasted satin taillor collar, opencuff buttonhole, 1 back vent. 2 contrasted welt pockets, 1 back vent.
Trousers, fastening with visible button and adjustable waist tab, 2 Italian pockets, contrasted satin strip down the lenght of the leg, trouser bottom width 17,5cm, finished invisible hem.
Our model is 1m87 high and wears a size 48.

Mens tuxedo 46% virgin wool, 43% cotton,
9% mohair and 2% elastane
Dry clean

men's Tuxedo 21ES3OSMO-D539/34

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