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Wow. Thanks for the info. I didn't know that. I thought the regular Brooks suits were made in the US by Southwick and other US suit makres.So Brooks Brothers now makes most of their suits in Italy, a few in the US, and all the Brooks Cool in China? That's a shift. I saw a Brooks Cool suit in a Marshalls in Chicago two months ago for $120. I think it was full canvas, but I couldn't bring myself to buy a Brooks suit made in China - it just felt wrong.Maybe it would have a...
While on the topic of new BB jackets, I also noticed on my visit to a retail store last week that many of the regular 1818 suits were made in Italy. What's the deal? When did that start to happen? Anyone know who's making their stuff in Italy. I only remember some golden fleece suits being made in Italy.Also, has anyone tried to contact Brooks Brothers about asking them to send a 40% coupon? I was sent the $100 off for $300 or $200 off for $500 purchase, but I'd prefer the...
Allegri makes some really nice trench coats. Very high quality a lot of attention to detail.
Selling new with tags Hickey Freeman Wool Plaid sport coat. Beacon Model fit. This Hickey Freeman silhouette features a soft shoulder, clean chest line and a slight suppression through the silhouette. The fabric didn't have a thread count, but I would describe it as having a very soft texture. It feels luxurious like a super 130s but I can't confirm it. Size 40R. Retail $1,295. Two Button Jacket with Side Vents Notch Lapel Besom Front Pockets with 2" Flaps Unfinished...
Selling new new without box Salvatore Ferragamo Bravo Buckle Loafer. Size 11.5 D. Tan Retail $540 Pebbled leather adds subtle texture to this classically designed Salvatore Ferragamo loafer. An off-center buckle detail updates the standard metal bit. Pebbled leather upper with tonal stitching. Moc toe. Front strap with silvertone buckle ornament. Slip on. Leather lining. Rubber sole. "Bravo" is made in Italy.
Did you sell it?
There is currently a navy Brioni suit near the clearance rack in off fifth in paramus nj for $399. It's a finished navy suit that would fit a 42-44 regular. Final sale.
Perhaps, although they now have Testoni Basic for their crap offering. I understand if the quality is higher now they will charge more, but their prices are in the John Lobb range ($1500). Their old stuff seemed really nice, but retailed between $400-$600. I'm curious if anyone from the forum can comment on a recent purchase. I purchased these back in 2008 for $130 at Nordstrom Rack:
Totally the laces!
Just need to make sure they fit you properly. I think the sizing was a little odd. Shoe was extra narrow and difficult to get into for some.
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