Sartoria Cardona Suit Worn by Sergej Milinkovic-Savic
Take home this dark blue SS Lazio suit created by Sartoria Cardona, made to measure for Serbian midfielder Sergej Milinković-Savić for the 2018/19 season.
The suit comprises a jacket, pants, shirt and tie. The jacket bears the SS Lazio emblem sewn onto the check as does the tie.
Inside the jacket is a SS Lazio label personalized with the name of the Serbian footballer, wrongly spelt 'Sergey Milincovic-Savic'. This suit has no size due to the fact that it was custom made.
Since 2005, Sartoria Cardona has been created made-to-measure shirts and suits using the highest quality fabrics that are 100% made in Italy. The tailoring and attention to detail make these items truly personal and unique.
The brand carries out constant research into new color combinations and fabrics, keeping pace with all the new trends applied to one of the most traditional crafts.
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