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Wow, they make a 36L - I gotta point that out to my brother. I've been eyeing a Aquascutum blazer and if it wasn't black would probably have already bought. Seems like a nice quality, if not super SF level, still above most entry level brands.
Wow, pants were too long and you were upset? That is what hemming is for. Now if they were shorter than described then you would have a legit complaint.
Have you tried on a Short in your size? Depending on your arm length and how much extra material (if any) is in the sleeveend that may be your best bet. Also some of the more fashion forward brands run their normal jackets a bit short on the length and that may work for you too. Then there is of course MTO or bespoke...
Let's talk/show different cuff types. Cifonelli Key West - what do you call this cuff type? I'm most curious about the tab. I believe it's a French Cuff too. Someone posted a pic not too far back of a tan, possibly hunting, coat with this type of tab closure - would love if anyone can find it I've had no luck. French cuffs on Cifonelli. I love the first one jacket, the second one is really bizarre to me - check out the double button at the...
Quote: Originally Posted by ShoesYouCanUse Sweet ! Ditto. I love the unlined aspect.
I would try Audiogon and AVSforum - there are folks there with multi-million dollar theaters. Hell some of the speakers are over $100k alone.
Quote: Originally Posted by GBR Presumably you want to buy on line and not trouble to try them on in a shop? I'd guess Yoox since they usually have a bunch of Piombo in which case order both sizes and return which ever doesn't fit
Quote: Originally Posted by trigirdbers I have a solid navy blazer with sleeves that are pretty much at the minimum acceptable length so getting them taken up is not an option. This being the case, is there any way of repairing the frayed sleeves? I've seen a new coat where the sleeve ends were done in leather as a stylistic nod, if I recall correctly a SF member said this was a way that they used to repair them for longer wear.
Quote: Originally Posted by lee_44106 doesn't change the fact that they sell junk. I think that is pretty harsh - they offer a wide range of quality. I've been happy with most of my purchases.
http://www.gilt.com/blog/2011/05/16/...eo-kevin-ryan/ Gilt will now be offering full returns if you pay for shipping back - great news in my opinion. They are also going to be expanding what they will accept back to include some of the smaller stuff like belts.
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