Plaid Wool Suit

Luigi Bianchi Mantova
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Plaid Wool Suit

$1,235
$599 Gilt
Size (EU):
Men's Suiting
EU US (chest) Chest (cm) Men Alpha
42 - 44 32 - 34 81 - 86 XXS
44 - 46 34 - 36 86 - 91 XS
46 - 48 36 - 38 91 - 96 S
49 - 51 39 - 41 99 - 104 M
52 - 54 42 - 44 106 - 112 L
55 - 57 45 - 47 114 - 119 XL
58 - 60 48 - 50 122 - 127 XXL
60 - 62 50 - 52 127 - 132 XXXL
  • 46r
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    US (chest) 36 - 38
    Chest (cm) 91 - 96
    Men Alpha S
  • 48r
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    US (chest) 36 - 38
    Chest (cm) 91 - 96
    Men Alpha S
  • 50r
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    US (chest) 39 - 41
    Chest (cm) 99 - 104
    Men Alpha M
Color:
navy
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Description
Designer

Long sleeve wool single breasted two button front suit

  • Notch lapel with button hole, flap pockets and ticket pocket
  • Non-functional button cuffs and back side vents
  • Fully lined with two interior pockets

Flat front straight leg wool trousers

  • Zip fly with extended button tab, hidden hook-and-bar closure, interior button closure and belt loops
  • Back jetted pockets with button closures
  • Partially lined to knee
  • Approximate measurements: rise: 10", leg opening: 16", inseam (unhemmed): 37" (taken from a size 48R)

Material: 100% Virgin Wool

Brand: Luigi Bianchi Mantova

Origin: Italy

In 1898, 16-year-old Luigi Bianchi set off from the Italian province of Mantova bound for Turin, the storied capital of northern Italy's tradition of master tailoring. By 1911, he’d founded his own label — now known as Lubiam — and began designing luxury men’s clothing. Bianchi's company remains a family affair, but has evolved from a single line into a tailoring house with two distinct imprints: the casual-cool LBM 1911, and a more classically minded offering aptly titled Luigi Bianchi Mantova. Blending exquisite fabrics and expert fabrication with razor-sharp cuts, the company’s clothing includes canvassed suits, impeccable coats and blazers, and sportswear made to last. One day you might pass your Luigi Bianchi Mantova linen and wool jackets down to your sons — that is, if you can bear to part with them.