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 There is a wide range of models, with different overall sillouttes, wide and narrow lapels, the respective flaps etc. You have to be more specific.
 Really nice colors and textures, but the jacket looks about 2 inches too short.
 Like I said, Ambrosi may be a bad example here; but imagine someone pushing their tailors/cobblers/etc. in a way some people post on here. Everybody's a tough-guy on the internet, yeah, but I think some here would actually talk that way to others. Just an observation, expectations may easily be deviating in two different (business) cultures.
 Funny you would say that, I have a LE tie I bought second hand and it knots way better than the Cappellis or any other ties I have.
The thing I see not only in this thread - but in all frictions between members of this forum and craftsmen - is that it's mostly between people from different cultural backgrounds and thus different habits of conducting business. When going to another country / having them come to you, you should always keep that in mind: Italians specifically have their traditional way of doing things as opposed to Brits/Americans, who are used to another pace of "turnaround time" - no...
 That's kinda what I meant; I remember the thread in which Foo stated that his AM shirts came apart and all that, but never read anything (positive or negative) about Finollo on SF. I came across them years ago when I saw one of their beautiful ties and then again when Vox posted a video. In any case, I thought about paying them a visit in Genova to check out their stuff, but after reading they charge 650€ for a bespoke shirt they seem like yet another Italian name living...
Was Finollo hyped at all on SF? I never heard of them here, can't even remember where I got to know them. I think Vox posted something on his Tumblr a few years ago.
Portugal and Argentina are just made out to be super-strong teams they just are not. They each have one of the best individual players in the world, but that's not enough to stop all-over great teams like Spain or Germany. Or Brazil this time.
 Well, in my native language it's the word for lapel, but I don't know where he's from... edit: I see he's from Vancouver, maybe the French impact comes through the terms there. I'd guess that revers is the French word for lapel, too.
 Just sayin', in some cases the stadiums are thousands of miles apart, so going to Rio wouldn't even cover a lot of matches
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