In my experience, Piombo jackets run slightly slim for my body. After handling a few (and not being impressed with fabric/construction), they are meant for slim/skinny body types. If that's you, "true to size" should fit well.
I like a lot of brands but get excited by only a few that are not readily available. On a recent trip to Naples, for example, I got excited when I saw the Gallo store and ended up buying some great socks. Just a few days ago, I got excited when I saw a beautiful, brand new mauve Breuer tie at NM in the clearance bin for $15.
Originally Posted by emmanuel
Those shirts are super slim and some stretch makes them more comfortable. Makes sense to me, I love wearing them.
+1. Finamore, Buonamassa, Mazzarelli all make shirts like that. Have not seen a decrease in quality vs. cotton shirts.