Crosby suit jacket in Italian chino
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Crosby suit jacket in Italian chino
Crosby suit jacket in Italian chino
Crosby suit jacket in Italian chino
Crosby suit jacket in Italian chino
Crosby suit jacket in Italian chino
Product Details

Our Crosby suit is tailored with the athletic guy in mind (18" biceps are hard to come by—a suit that fits them shouldn't be). We added extra room in the chest, shoulders and sleeves but kept the quality construction and timeless design we're famous for. This jacket is made from cotton chino fabric from the Larusmiani mill in Milan, Italy. It's lightweight and softly brushed, which translates to a clean look and feel (i.e., it hits all the right notes for a warm-weather suit). Find out how to get the perfect fit.

  • Did you know: You can mix and match the Ludlow and Crosby for a perfect fit.
  • Italian cotton from the Larusmiani mill.
  • 2 3/4" notch lapel.
  • Pickstitching along lapel.
  • Two-button closure.
  • Double vent.
  • Nonfunctional buttons at cuffs.
  • Dry clean.
  • Import.
Size & Fit Details
  • A tailored, modern cut with a roomier fit than our Ludlow, for the guy with an athletic build.

Crosby suit jacket in Italian chino

Crosby suit jacket in Italian chino is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from For "Athletic" AKA FAT builds When I saw that J. Crew had a suit for guys with "athletic" builds, I got really excited. As a guy that spends a lot of time in the gym, I can't even get my arms in the J Crew Ludlow suit. With extra room in the arms and across the chest, I can definitely put this jacket on. The problem is through the torso and hips of this jacket. I don't know if by "athletic" J Crew really means "fat", but there is so much extra material in the belly of this jacket it immediately makes you look fat. I had to take the jacket to a tailor, and the tailors first throught was, "you should just get a jacket that actually fits instead of doing a couple hundred dollars of alterations." The tailors were literally going to have to deconstruct the jacket and remove some of the extra fabric to make it fit. I love the idea behind the J Crew Crosby suit, but the execution is lacking. Way too much room in the stomach of the jacket, making you look like you have a gut, even if you really don't.
Date published: 2016-05-22
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