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Men's suit white and sky blue stripes cotton canvas Fursac - C3DAMA-DX05-D004
Men's suit Fursac - C3DAMA-DX05-D004
Men's white and sky blue stripes suit Fursac - C3DAMA-DX05-D004
Men's cotton canvas suit Fursac - C3DAMA-DX05-D004
Men's blue, navy blue cotton canvas suit Fursac - C3DAMA-DX05-D004
Men's white and sky blue stripes suit Fursac - C3DAMA-DX05-D004
Men's suit white and sky blue stripes cotton canvas Fursac - C3DAMA-DX05-D004
Fursac men's suit - White and sky blue stripes cotton canvas suit with stripes C3DAMA-DX05-D004

Cotton canvas suit with stripes

920 EUR
Color White and sky blue stripes
  • Cotton canvas suit with stripes - C3DAMA-DX05-D004
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Cotton canvas suit with stripes

  • Half-lined suit 
  • Straight cut, Supple shoulder
  • Tailored collar 8,5 cm, closed buttonholes
  • Simple back vent
  • Trousers with Zip fastening, 1 button and a clip, Tightening tabs on both sides
  • Unhemmed trousers bottom
  • Men suit 100% cotton
  • Half-lining 100% viscose
  • Dry cleaning
  • Model: size 46 for the jacket and 39 for the trousers
  • We recommend you to choose your usual size

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Cotton canvas suit with stripes

920 EUR

Stripes

A motif for the marginalised and heretics of the middle ages, for childhood, for pleasure and for business men since the 19th century, stripes are a melting pot of contradictory symbolism. Chosen well they remain an unquestionable sign of elegance.

Canvas

Canvas is different from other fabrics because it has no front or back. This is the result of a particular weaving method that alternately crosses the odd and even warp threads, to let the weft thread through.