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Any thoughts on the quality of their suits and sport coats?  Are they canvassed? 

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nice, fashion forward, half canvassed usually. worth a buy
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Any more information on Tagliatore? Nothing from a search.
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Originally Posted by yywwyy View Post

Any more information on Tagliatore? Nothing from a search.

??? Maybe because the correct full name of the brand is Tagliatore Napoli

Dirt cheap in Italy compared to the usual suspects.
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I've seen them around Italy. I don't know all the models they have, but the ones I tried on were completely unstructured and decently made. Soft shoulders, taped seams, etc. They wore slightly short, however. Perhaps better suited for young people. Cost was about $650 for a sport coat. I don't know about "dirt cheap," as I've seen jackets sell for between $100 to $3,000, but they're decently priced for what they are.
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Thanks a bunch. Anyone else have experience from ownership?
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I ordered a soft-shouldered unstructured Tagliatore sport jacket recently from Yoox and was very pleasantly surprised at the quality. Similar to Boglioli in terms of construction, sizing, and the lay of the fabric. It is unlined with carefully taped seems, working cuff buttons, and a wonderfully soft fabric. I'm pretty thrilled by how great it looks on me.


I'm 5' 10 1/2", 152 lbs, with a 40.5 inch chest, and I usually take a jacket with a 17.5 inch shoulder measurement (shoulder seam to shoulder seam with the jacket laid flat) and a 19 inch waist (width at the narrowest part of the jacket). The Tagliatore size 48 fit me perfectly off the rack except for the sleeve length, which will need to be shortened.

Edited by redboat - 2/28/14 at 4:39pm
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