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Does anyone know any retailers / clothing lines / etc that have this look w/o a massive price tag?
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What do you mean specifically when you refer to the Cucinelli "look"?

Besom ticket pockets perhaps devil.gif

Warrengardner seems to be the go-to guy on B&S for Cucinelli stuff; he often has some nice examples for sale.
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Originally Posted by LS7 View Post

What do you mean specifically when you refer to the Cucinelli "look"?
Besom ticket pockets perhaps devil.gif
Warrengardner seems to be the go-to guy on B&S for Cucinelli stuff; he often has some nice examples for sale.

The colors / fabrics used - a lot of pastels some bold colours, sovrapposizioni in look book, cut of trousers, styling italia
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Does anyone know any retailers / clothing lines / etc that have this look w/o a massive price tag?

I wouldn't think someone with a name like AvariceBespoke would be playing the "cucinelli look on the cheap" angle.
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Originally Posted by LS7 View Post

What do you mean specifically when you refer to the Cucinelli "look"?
Besom ticket pockets perhaps devil.gif
Warrengardner seems to be the go-to guy on B&S for Cucinelli stuff; he often has some nice examples for sale.

Who is the woman in your avatar? Stunning.
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Does anyone know any retailers / clothing lines / etc that have this look w/o a massive price tag?

You can do it, but what you get with BC is a one-stop, coordinated look (and a brand name)

Isaia has some jackets at a bit lower cost and much higher quality workmanship and fabrics.
Boglioli and Belvest both have excellent jacket with similar details and better finishing (IMO) that BC. I saw some at Neimans this past weekend for $895 vs $2900 for a similar summer BC jacket.

For pants incotex.
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Warrengardner seems to be the go-to guy on B&S for Cucinelli stuff; he often has some nice examples for sale.

Got my Cucinelli SC from him over the summer. Great guy and has some awesome prices.
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Who is the woman in your avatar? Stunning.

This is a good question.
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Massimo Dutti does a pretty good high-street version of that Italian luxury casual look.
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Who is the woman in your avatar? Stunning.
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This is a good question.

I have no idea fellas. Just a jpeg that I found while reading the "Double Breasted Style" thread started by whnay.
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suit supply was copying a lot of the cucinelli look a season or two ago.
sportscoats with elbow patches, that wool/cashmere puffer vest thing...
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I have no idea fellas. Just a jpeg that I found while reading the "Double Breasted Style" thread started by whnay.

Right click image, go to 'properties', copy URL, go to google image search, click camera (search by image), paste URL teacha.gif
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Massimo Dutti does a pretty good high-street version of that Italian luxury casual look.

Great suggestion, can I buy this in the US:
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