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post #31 of 41
Thank you all!

Swann-san,
http://www.sartoriapirozzi.com/

whnay.-san
I used to go to Naples twice a year for few years to try those tailors.
The conclusion is that I am happy enough with my tailor in Tokyo with the EURO cross rates at this level!

Soph-san,
Thank you. I am medium built, short, middle aged Japanese man, stock size 36 short or 37 short. As for the foto, I will try.
post #32 of 41
Thanks a lot for the link iyorito.
post #33 of 41
class thread
post #34 of 41
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Or London.

Don't forget Rome. Rubinacci also has a shop in Rome according to their website.
post #35 of 41
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The top Attolini is a bespoke. It is still made in the same "factory" as the RTW though. I really do not have a favorite. In terms of the fit, Panico makes the jacket too loose around the waist for my likings.

That means that Attolini bespoke, while having more individuality than Attolini made to measure and substantially more individuality than Attolini ready to wear (which has much less individuality than Attolini MTM), may or may not have any amount less individuality than bespoke and even MTM from a tailor.

And, 1,000,000-1, Attolini bespoke is priced the same as or priced higher or much higher than bespoke from a tailor (which, 1,000,000-1, is substantially better than Attolini bespoke in every conceivable way, FWIW).

Therefore, Attolini bespoke may or may not be any amount of a waste of money that maybe or maybe not only a big time fool would spend his or, of applicable, her money on and may or may not be overpriced.
post #36 of 41
A salesman told me that 'Sartoria Attolini' and 'Cesare Attolini' are exactly the same however the 'Sartoria Attolini' designation is given to suits with finer cloth. Apparently this name is a reference to Cesare's father. Does anyone have info on these name variations?
post #37 of 41
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A salesman told me that 'Sartoria Attolini' and 'Cesare Attolini' are exactly the same however the 'Sartoria Attolini' designation is given to suits with finer cloth. Apparently this name is a reference to Cesare's father. Does anyone have info on these name variations?
If I am understanding you correctly, you are implying that "Sartoria" was the name of Cesare's father. That is simply not correct.
post #38 of 41
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That is simply not correct.

It would be amusing if it were. Good ol' Sartoria. A real salt of the Earth.
post #39 of 41
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It would be amusing if it were. Good ol' Sartoria. A real salt of the Earth.



It would have been better if he had called his shop Sartoria Sartoria.
post #40 of 41
Iyorito: Many thanks a really good thread.
post #41 of 41
I like the Attolini best. It could be the pinning but it just looks stunning.
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