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post #31 of 36
Here is Europe the shops carry their F/W 2009 collection, including shirts. Sale will soon start.
post #32 of 36
measurement comparison on your two shirts would be great
post #33 of 36
The stores in the US that were labeled as borrelli stores are no longer just borrelli. They are still selling borrelli rtw for now just not any custom borrelli, this is why I have ordered the finamore shirts. They told me that they should be arriving to the store before christmas. I will let you know what I think when I get them but I really did enjoy my measurement experience in nyc with the two brothers from finamore.
post #34 of 36
to revive an old thread... i just purchased 3 finamore shirts from de corato (old borrelli boutique) in nyc. the gentleman there (bill) said they are definitely on the same quality as borrelli if not better. their sport shirts are fantastic. i really like the fit/collar everything. i think i found my new favorite shirt.
post #35 of 36
I'd just like to chime in and say I found a new favorite shirt as well. I was just at Marshall's and there was one lone Finamore shirt there on clearance with about 8 red markdown stickers that got it down to $50, conveniently in my size. Such a random as hell find, usually they stock things like Polo and Ike Behar.

Fabric is very impressive, there is a lot of handwork, and the buttons are the most iridescent MOP I've ever seen, practically glowing. It's cut quite slim in the waist, sleeves are rather long for the size. Collar is too small to button but the fit on everything else is near perfect. This would be an excellent shirt for a tall slim dude but I'm slightly muscular so it's a bit tight, but OK. I will definitely buy more if I can find them. Honestly I have a lot of nice shirts like Isaia, Borelli, Brioni, tons of T&A, and I'd consider this a step above those.
post #36 of 36
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I'd just like to chime in and say I found a new favorite shirt as well. I was just at Marshall's and there was one lone Finamore shirt there on clearance with about 8 red markdown stickers that got it down to $50, conveniently in my size. Such a random as hell find, usually they stock things like Polo and Ike Behar.
Fabric is very impressive, there is a lot of handwork, and the buttons are the most iridescent MOP I've ever seen, practically glowing. It's cut quite slim in the waist, sleeves are rather long for the size. Collar is too small to button but the fit on everything else is near perfect. This would be an excellent shirt for a tall slim dude but I'm slightly muscular so it's a bit tight, but OK. I will definitely buy more if I can find them. Honestly I have a lot of nice shirts like Isaia, Borelli, Brioni, tons of T&A, and I'd consider this a step above those.

damn good find. Finamore is definitely a step above T&A and brioni. I wouldnt consider the quality to be above borrelli, but their collars are some of my favorites. check out shop the finest for finamore shirts....great deals to be had. not 50 bucks great, but not full retail either.
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