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chijen (& Tried and True) very good points about Charvet. Chijen you are dead on about earth tones. I absolutely love earth tones so that may be a big draw towards Isaia and Kiton. I will eventually try Charvet as it gives me an opportunity to try a different end of the spectrum. My closet is starting to look similar so I look at Charvet as an option to broaden the spectrum. So I definitely think trying them out and placing an order of about 5 shirts soon and giving something new a try. I could use a little change up.

I used to wear Charvet bespoke when I lived in Paris - beautiful shirts but painful prices, compared to Italy, though on a par with Savile Row

Haven't decided where to have next years shirts made - possibly try Richard Anderson now that Peter Smith is there:)
post #362 of 363
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I used to wear Charvet bespoke when I lived in Paris - beautiful shirts but painful prices, compared to Italy, though on a par with Savile Row

Haven't decided where to have next years shirts made - possibly try Richard Anderson now that Peter Smith is there:)

Peter Smith is there now?
post #363 of 363
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So I definitely think trying them out and placing an order of about 5 shirts.
I can't imagine getting out of Place Vendôme with only five shirts. I have trouble keeping it down to a dozen.
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