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post #46 of 55
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Originally Posted by Nicola View Post
Where did you get that?

From various pay-scale sites, etc. But then I stupidly converted in the wrong direction because I didn't realize at first that the comparisons were in dollars, not Euro.

My apologies!

I just read this on Corriere della Sera (Jan. 2010), regarding Italian salaries compared to the rest of Europe:

"...In terms of equal buying power the salary of an Italian worker, single and with no children, is equal to $30,245...

...in the classification which ranks net salary, equal to $21,374 for an Italian,...

...when taking into account the absolute salary values: $35,571 gross for the average Italian worker..."
post #47 of 55
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Originally Posted by venessian View Post
From various pay-scale sites, etc. But then I stupidly converted in the wrong direction because I didn't realize at first that the comparisons were in dollars, not Euro.

My apologies!

I just read this on Corriere della Sera (Jan. 2010), regarding Italian salaries compared to the rest of Europe:

"...In terms of equal buying power the salary of an Italian worker, single and with no children, is equal to $30,245...

...in the classification which ranks net salary, equal to $21,374 for an Italian,...

...when taking into account the absolute salary values: $35,571 gross for the average Italian worker..."


Must be in Milan, not in Naples for sure...
post #48 of 55
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
Must be in Milan, not in Naples for sure...

Well, effing Berlusca's effing bank account tends to throw off the national average, not just Naples.
post #49 of 55
Could anybody help me out with shirt sizing?

I'm interested in SP's RTW shirts and like the OP, I've found Morigi to be an excellent seller. He's not been able to provide me with measurements however.

I'm interested in the 15.75/40 and would like to know what the shoulder/chest/sleeve measurements are for this shirt.

Thanking you in advance.
post #50 of 55
I should be getting mine back from the tailor next week, if I remember, I'll post pics.
post #51 of 55
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TonyRomo, you're an RL guy. What do you think of the fit compared to PL and BL?
post #52 of 55
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Originally Posted by Steeze View Post
TonyRomo, you're an RL guy. What do you think of the fit compared to PL and BL?

They are much more fitted than the Polo suits and RLPL that I have. I don't have any RLBL though.

Here are my most recent additions:


post #53 of 55
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Originally Posted by Steeze View Post
TonyRomo, you're an RL guy. What do you think of the fit compared to PL and BL?
So it's a little hard for me to judge. My Partenopea is a 48, and it fits very nicely/perfectly. I have two Black Label Sport Coats... one is a size 40 that COULD be a bit smaller. My other Black Label Sport Coat is a chopped up 42 to make it fit, so I can't compare that one. As far as Polo goes, it really depends on the cut. I have a Bradford 40 that fits well, but nothing like the Partenopea. My other Polo and purple label stuff are random cuts that don't have known fits to compare to. I tried on a 50 Partenopea, and I'd say it's a little too large but manageable... maybe similar to RLBL 40? Hope this was helpful. Let me know if you have anymore questions.
post #54 of 55
Here's the fit pic as promised. this is an unaltered size 48IT (except for lengthened sleeves).
post #55 of 55
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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
They are much more fitted than the Polo suits and RLPL that I have. I don't have any RLBL though.

Here are my most recent additions:




Both are really nice. That blue suit fits great, how much did it run you (if you don't mind me asking)?

Also did you get your regular size?
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