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post #16 of 20
I meant the Mexican one guys, not the Italian one.
post #17 of 20
check out e-haberdasher's ones. I think they're about $500 and are well made. I haven't got one but I've heard good things. As for my own suiting... I've found that somewhere around the $1000-1500 mark I love the styling of RLBL and Z-Zegna. Now I know Z-zegna is fused, made in mexico, and worth only half that, but the fact is it looks great on me and I don't plan to wear it for 10 years. I only need a few suits and when I do wear them I want them to look good. I simply don't have or want the allowance to have a few "meh" suits. I'd rather have fewer ones that really work.
post #18 of 20
Bump, because there isn't much information out there.
1) Are most Saks brand suits made with Zegna fabric?
2) Any info on how likely the Zegna types are to be half- or fully-canvassed?
post #19 of 20
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Originally Posted by mensimageconsultant View Post

Bump, because there isn't much information out there.
1) Are most Saks brand suits made with Zegna fabric?
2) Any info on how likely the Zegna types are to be half- or fully-canvassed?

1. Yes, but this does not mean much.
2. Fully canvassed - 0%. Half canvassed - not sure. Fused - likely.
post #20 of 20

Just an update to this thread. This was discussed in this thread: http://www.styleforum.net/forum/newestpost/253732

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