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Kaplan, If you live in Copenhagen I'd recommend you take the train over to Malmo and visit the sale in a new store called af Mell. They are doing 50% off the entire collection. For shirts, they carry Kiton, Turnbull&Asser and Truzzi, for suits they do Kiton and Belvest and for shoes they have Mantellassi. With the weak Swedish krona, you can find some good bargains. I got two Truzzi shirts at USD110 each, a Kiton shirt for USD200 and a few ties and pocket squares from T&A...
Price drop: 600 shipped!!
Thanks for the support. I am also a bit curious as to why there is hardly any interest. The suit is indeed in excellent condition. I was inspecting it closely as I took the photos, and there is absolutely no sign of wear. I suppose the fact that it has working button holes combined with me being a first time seller here makes it more difficult to generate interest. I want this sold, so if anyone wants to make an offer I'll consider it. Thanks
price drop - 640 shipped!
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Thanks for the reply tjd. Not what I wanted to hear, although I had expected it. Yes, electricity will be much more regular than in Freetown - will keeping the clothes in an aircon space do the trick then? Does that take care of the moist? May tailor told me I should put paper into sleeves and between the hangers and the clothes. Will that help? Thanks!
Hi everyone, I need some advice here. I am about to relocate from Europe to my organisation's regional office in West Africa (Dakar, Senegal). I have traveled a lot in the region and really look forward to the move, but have a big concern regarding clothes storage. Basically, every time I return from travels in these super humid environments, I find that everything in my suitcase is moist. I suppose that's fine when you travel for a week or so, but what happens to my...
Up for sale is an amazing Kiton suit in size 42 Long. It has only been worn a couple of times, hence it shows no signs at all of wear. Fabric is a gorgeous Blanc Blu Super 180s, 14 Micron, in a grey herringbone weave with a hint of olive and faint blue stripes. It is a light weight year-round fabric of the absolutely highest standard. The jacket is a traditional Kiton single-breasted 3-roll 2 with soft shoulder padding. Dual vents and fully lined, with working sleeve...
Quote: Originally Posted by supastylin [/b]I'm afraid it is! You never wear a shirt more than once, yet you would wear a suit an infinite number of times? Where is the balance? What about the damage/fading caused to a shirt/trousers by the washing machine? Not to mention most fine shirts/trousers even have their own rule sets when washing (no tumble drying, gentle cycles only, etc.) Besides, how many people have you seen with the same shirt on...
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