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post #3331 of 3594
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Originally Posted by Medwed View Post

I got myself Pal Zileri 3 piece suit in dark navy 120 Wool from Loro Piana for Eur 131.00 shipped, and the kicker it is IT 46R drop 8 (which is impossibly rare). Canvassed, hand finished suit for that? WOW, Yoox still delivers . Anyone who compares Yoox deals to some Farfetch or other sites is not very informed.
PZ it46 isn't very popular- due to the fact that it will fit like a slim it50. I once picked up a 36r PZ blue suit, drop 8 . The shoulder on the jacket is 18.2". That's why they are always on deep discount. I paid just under $190 for mine.
Regardless yoox is the best online store; for variety and discounts.
post #3332 of 3594
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Originally Posted by md2010 View Post

PZ it46 isn't very popular- due to the fact that it will fit like a slim it50. I once picked up a 36r PZ blue suit, drop 8 . The shoulder on the jacket is 18.2". That's why they are always on deep discount. I paid just under $190 for mine.
Regardless yoox is the best online store; for variety and discounts.

I have to correct you as IT46 = US36 and in PZ white label it fits exactly true to US size 36. Shoulders about 17.5" and 20" chest armpit to armpit .
Perhaps you bought a very old PZ model with pleated pants etc., although I still never saw that big size disparity (2 full sizes wrong....), unusual even for trad brands.
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Anyone have an extra ten percent off code?!?!
post #3334 of 3594

which dates does the final sale start?...last year it was about this time of year

post #3335 of 3594

Yoox is going to make wallet hate me with these prices on item on my dreambox :brick:

post #3336 of 3594
Fortunately for guys, fashion is much less important compare to classic style and good fit.
I have been shopping at YOOX for a decade now. And I have to say that since I am not a fashion maven, I only buy classic items or classic-enough things that don't go out of style the next year. I have reached the point of saturation in my wardrobe about 2-3 years ago. Since then I only buy if it is an amazing steal or if I need a replacement of particular item. I suggest anyone to follow that approach and not chase some fleeting ultra skinny or ultra short trends. Imho, those trends only attract gay men to you and in the end will cost you more money while making your wardrobe look outdated every 2-3 years.
post #3337 of 3594
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Originally Posted by Medwed View Post

I have to correct you as IT46 = US36 and in PZ white label it fits exactly true to US size 36. Shoulders about 17.5" and 20" chest armpit to armpit .
Perhaps you bought a very old PZ model with pleated pants etc., although I still never saw that big size disparity (2 full sizes wrong....), unusual even for trad brands.
Hm .. My PZ from yoox do have single pleated pants. Some how I still find PZ a large fit. I also have another PZ suit in 34r and it fits like a slim 36r. This one was 2yo and is a traveler suit (I-cerruti fabric). These days I tend to stay away from them, unless I can find 34r(which is extremely rare) . Also heavy shoulder padding is annoying. But if you are happy with them and fits you well then that's a winner.
post #3338 of 3594
Last time I asked this question I got limited or no response.

Has anyone found shirts that are budget friendly (~$50), fit relatively trim OTR and are appropriate in a business casual setting?

Much appreciated.
post #3339 of 3594
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Originally Posted by thefastlife View Post

Last time I asked this question I got limited or no response.

Has anyone found shirts that are budget friendly (~$50), fit relatively trim OTR and are appropriate in a business casual setting?

Much appreciated.

I assume you are referring to shirts on Yoox?

I would say there are a variety of brands that are typically above your cited price point but that come down to around or below that price when on sale. Of course, it also depends on your size and what cut you prefer.

Here are a few brands that you might want to keep you eyes on -- add them to your dream box and check when the sales are happening. Prices end up being all over the place.
Del Siena
Truzzi
Alessandro Gherardi
Lorenzini
Mastai Ferreti
Giampaolo
Carrel
Mazzarelli
Burini
Mattabisch
Borriello
Borrelli Napoli
post #3340 of 3594
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Originally Posted by thefastlife View Post

Last time I asked this question I got limited or no response.

Has anyone found shirts that are budget friendly (~$50), fit relatively trim OTR and are appropriate in a business casual setting?

Much appreciated.

i have a few good shirts from Daniel Allesandrini, Cristiani, and alice san diego....all are great quality with a good fit, fine materials and under $30 

post #3341 of 3594
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Originally Posted by shoefan View Post

I assume you are referring to shirts on Yoox?

I would say there are a variety of brands that are typically above your cited price point but that come down to around or below that price when on sale. Of course, it also depends on your size and what cut you prefer.

Here are a few brands that you might want to keep you eyes on -- add them to your dream box and check when the sales are happening. Prices end up being all over the place.
Del Siena
Truzzi
Alessandro Gherardi
Lorenzini
Mastai Ferreti
Giampaolo
Carrel
Mazzarelli
Burini
Mattabisch
Borriello
Borrelli Napoli

Absolutely fantastic list.
post #3342 of 3594
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Originally Posted by shoefan View Post

I assume you are referring to shirts on Yoox?

I would say there are a variety of brands that are typically above your cited price point but that come down to around or below that price when on sale. Of course, it also depends on your size and what cut you prefer.

Here are a few brands that you might want to keep you eyes on -- add them to your dream box and check when the sales are happening. Prices end up being all over the place.
Del Siena
Truzzi
Alessandro Gherardi
Lorenzini
Mastai Ferreti
Giampaolo
Carrel
Mazzarelli
Burini
Mattabisch
Borriello
Borrelli Napoli

cool, thank you!

as a follow up - will most of these Yoox offerings be relatively slim-fitting?

i've had mixed experiences with italian shirting. sometimes they're incredibly full cut and others, way too slim.

right now mastai ferreti have the most appealing looking shirts in my price range. carrel has one as well, but it even says on the page that it runs large.
Edited by thefastlife - 9/29/16 at 6:10pm
post #3343 of 3594
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Originally Posted by thefastlife View Post

cool, thank you!

as a follow up - will most of these Yoox offerings be relatively slim-fitting?

i've had mixed experiences with italian shirting. sometimes they're incredibly full cut and others, way too slim.

right now mastai ferreti have the most appealing looking shirts in my price range. carrel has one as well, but it even says on the page that it runs large.

In my experience truzzi, lorenzini, and m ferreti are not slim cuts, and I have several of each.
post #3344 of 3594
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Originally Posted by long_knives View Post

In my experience truzzi, lorenzini, and m ferreti are not slim cuts, and I have several of each.

Definitely agree about Lorenzini. They're tents. No info on Ferreti. But my several (5 or 6) Truzzis are pretty slim. They're 15.5 necks, with what I would guess are about 42" bodies (pit to pit x2).
post #3345 of 3594
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Originally Posted by 518aata View Post

Definitely agree about Lorenzini. They're tents. No info on Ferreti. But my several (5 or 6) Truzzis are pretty slim. They're 15.5 necks, with what I would guess are about 42" bodies (pit to pit x2).

This has been my experience as well. Mastai Ferreti is all over the map, but their custom fit shirts are invariably slim cut.
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