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post #46 of 60
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Originally Posted by medtech_expat View Post
Here are pics of my first batch of 6 shirts. Collar, shoulder and torso were consistently spot on, although sleeve length varied a bit and Andrea will tweak. Tons of handwork everywhere. Another plus: MTM allows you to get nice, thick buttons as opposed to what you find on their RTW. I've left Borrelli MTM for good...







underside of the shoulder







Great shirt,worth a repost. How much is Finamore MTM?
post #47 of 60
I like the patterns and colors of the shirts but I mostly only wear french cuffs so unless they were I would not wear them.
post #48 of 60
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Originally Posted by bowtielover View Post
I like the patterns and colors of the shirts but I mostly only wear french cuffs so unless they were I would not wear them.

Good for you.
post #49 of 60
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Originally Posted by bowtielover View Post
I like the patterns and colors of the shirts but I mostly only wear french cuffs so unless they were I would not wear them.

The shirts are all MTM from finamore. If you want them made with french cuffs, you just tell them to make them with french cuffs.

-LR
post #50 of 60
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
Finamore are the best shirts. I love them. By the way the blue solid shirt is Eduardo collar?

I can´t say the same about his owner that refused to do shirts for me.

I even sent him a remember email last week, six months later his " come to naples " answer and no answer this time ( and won´t be )


Awful service. And I even offered him a show on one of the best shops in my country owned by a friend of mine who has shows by tailors of famous brands ( and high prices as 3800 for a mtm Armani black label )

As a businessman, I can´t believe this things happens on any bussiness.

I went Barba.

Still salty?

What did you say to him that got him pissed off anyway?
post #51 of 60
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Originally Posted by medtech_expat View Post
Here are pics of my first batch of 6 shirts. Collar, shoulder and torso were consistently spot on, although sleeve length varied a bit and Andrea will tweak. Tons of handwork everywhere. Another plus: MTM allows you to get nice, thick buttons as opposed to what you find on their RTW. I've left Borrelli MTM for good...







underside of the shoulder








Beautiful shirts. I hope you enjoy them. Did you ever meet with anyone from Finamore in the US or do you live in Europe? Thanks.

-LR
post #52 of 60
I purchased one Finamore black label shirt a few year's back. Unfortunately i have found the quality to be very ordinary, definitely a few notches below Borrelli (although Finamore are less expensive). The cotton is inferior, buttons have fallen off. Not a very good shirt for the money. While i realise it's only the one shirt and may not be indicitive it makes it very hard to justify purchasing any more.
post #53 of 60
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Originally Posted by jamesbond View Post
Still salty? What did you say to him that got him pissed off anyway?
Yes I am still salty ( never heard that before, must mean bitter ) I don´t know, I sent him several questions about shirtmaking and a link of robb whatever where it said that he was doing the shirts for the english maker Turnbull. He told me to come to Naples, that is an unacceptable answer . It never happened before but on girls, honest ( refuse I mean ) He must be a narcisist , that is the one reason. Do you agree? I went Barba and Delsiena mtm and got in my mail tons of swatches .
post #54 of 60
Interesting experience. I wonder what their reasoning was for treating you poorly.

-LR
post #55 of 60
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Originally Posted by ljrcustom View Post
Interesting experience. I wonder what their reasoning was for treating you poorly.

-LR

I don´t know but would like to know, what do you people suggest?
post #56 of 60
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
I don´t know but would like to know, what do you people suggest?

Sometimes things get lost in translation. If you really want a Finamore shirt go through a store not direct.
post #57 of 60
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Originally Posted by jsqfunk View Post
Sometimes things get lost in translation. If you really want a Finamore shirt go through a store not direct.

There are none in my country, I wish it was as easy. Never lost any envelope ...
post #58 of 60
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
I don´t know but would like to know, what do you people suggest?

You really need to get over this.
post #59 of 60
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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post
You really need to get over this.

I can´t I am kinda obssessive compulsive. I need always to know why, as a kid.
post #60 of 60
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
I can´t I am kinda obssessive compulsive. I need always to know why, as a kid.

Try Calling them. Are you still interested in buying shirts from them, or is it just that you're still curious about why they ignored your emails.

-LR
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