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Men's suit blue virgin wool Fursac - C3AVRA-CC53-D032
Men's suit Fursac - C3AVRA-CC53-D032
Men's blue suit Fursac - C3AVRA-CC53-D032
Men's virgin wool suit Fursac - C3AVRA-CC53-D032
Men's blue, navy blue virgin wool suit Fursac - C3AVRA-CC53-D032
Men's blue - prince of wales pattern suit Fursac - C3AVRA-CC53-D032

Virgin wool fitted suit

895 EUR-40%537 EUR
Color Blue - Prince of Wales pattern
  • Virgin wool fitted suit - C3AVRA-CC53-D032
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Virgin wool fitted suit

  • Lined suit
  • Fitted cut
  • High armhole
  • Straight shoulder
  • Tailored collar 9,5 cm, closed buttonholes
  • Double back vents
  • Mid-high-waisted trousers, fitted leg, unhemmed trousers bottom
  • Mens suit 100% virgin wool
  • Lining 100% viscose
  • Fabric weaved in italy
  • Dry clean
  • Model: size 46, 1,89 m tall
  • We recommend you to choose your usual size


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Virgin wool fitted suit

895 EUR-40%537 EUR

Virgin wool

This is what we call fibres that come from the first shearing of a sheep or lamb. They have been neither spun nor felted nor part of any other finished product, and contain no more than 0.3% of impurities.

Prince of wales

While the future Edward VII was the first Prince of Wales to wear this highborn fabric in the 19th century, it was to his successor that it owes its name and part of its reputation. Rapidly adopted by the British and Americans - it covered the royal shoulders of Edward VIII during a visit to New York – in the 20th century, this nuanced grid pattern went from an indispensable country-style to a major classic of urban masculinity.