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post #1 of 19
Thread Starter 
I came across a number of zaharoff suits on ebay in my size. They seem to be contemporary suits at a good price, although I know nothing about this brand. My search of the site didn't help me at all either. My internet search also wasn't helpful, which made me a little suspicious.

Can anyone comment on the brand? Are these fused or canvas? Any idea of the cut?

For ease of reference, I am including a link to one of the adds:

http://www.ebay.ca/itm/New-ZAHAROFF-Charcoal-Gray-Plaid-Check-Wool-2Btn-Suit-42-42L-x-36-MSRP-2-195-/380416470629
post #2 of 19
+ 1 ...I have been looking at suits from the same ebay seller but I couldn't find any information on Zaharoff either ....
post #3 of 19
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Maureenjacobs View Post

Please check out
Italian fabrics, American made.

That doesn't tell me anything.

Is it strange that the most recent collection on the website linked above is Fall 2011. Wouldn't Spring 2012 be out now or am I missing something?
post #4 of 19
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the reply George.

I am going to purchase one of your suits, given your representations of quality and construction, and will certainly provide a review for SF once I receive it.

I do like some of the bold patterns of your suits, so assuming the cut works for me, I might end up being a convert.
post #5 of 19

I just purchased a Zaharoff suit - it was between the Zarahoff and Joseph Abboud.

 

It's being tailored but with the exception of the pants 'it' fit almost perfectly and looked better than some BOSS suits I was trying on just for fun!

post #6 of 19
Thread Starter 
It might be stating the obvious here, but it is odd that 3 replies on this short thread have come from brand new posters. I understand the reply from Mr. Zaharoff, but what are the chances that the other two "new" members aren't attached to the brand? Maybe, maybe not; it just strikes me as odd.

Zeek - I'd also mention that comparing Zaharoff to Joseph Abboud, or even Hugo Boss, doesn't fill me with confidence. If Zaharoff suits are fully canvassed, with quality fabrics, and a modern fit, the brand shouldn't be compared with lesser quality brands. It would be analogous to suggesting you were deciding between Bostonian and Allen Edmonds shoes. They really aren't comparable and are targeted to different markets.

I did purchase the Zaharoff suit that was linked in my original post. Once it arrives, as promised, I will provide a proper review.
post #7 of 19
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Originally Posted by ezboy1000 View Post

Zeek - I'd also mention that comparing Zaharoff to Joseph Abboud, or even Hugo Boss, doesn't fill me with confidence. If Zaharoff suits are fully canvassed, with quality fabrics, and a modern fit, the brand shouldn't be compared with lesser quality brands. It would be analogous to suggesting you were deciding between Bostonian and Allen Edmonds shoes. They really aren't comparable and are targeted to different markets.
I did purchase the Zaharoff suit that was linked in my original post. Once it arrives, as promised, I will provide a proper review.

+1. I've bought Oxxford from Frieschskys before. I'm much more interested in how it compares to that than Abboud.
Fred
post #8 of 19

ezboy - I hear ya.  My comparison was based on the suits that were available in my size at this particular retailer and similar price-point.  I'm not sure what you're looking to obtain from a $500 suit, I'm not a brand guy - I buy/wear what looks best to my build.  Personally, Abboud and BOSS are at my upper limit in terms of suit prices so I'll be interested to see what you say about the suit you purchased.   I will say - I had to go 'up' a full suit size, I'm usually a 44R, but a 46L in Zaharoff. 

 

Also, I have no relation to the brand - yes it's rather odd, I googled Zaharoff reviews (found this thread) and also found it extremely odd that the same day I purchase this suit the thread was just recently started...

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post #10 of 19
Is it not strange that a make which has never featured here suddenly attracts the attention of the manufacturer in his FIRST post and a further complimentary post by someone also on his first post..... This is blatant advertising of an unknown brand that merits deletion.
post #11 of 19

"This is blatant advertising of an unknown brand that merits deletion."

 

Based on what?  Believe it or not, some users are actually new to this forum.  Me being one of those new users that googled reviews of this suit and found this thread.

 

As you were.

Zeek

post #12 of 19
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Originally Posted by Zeek View Post

"This is blatant advertising of an unknown brand that merits deletion."

Based on what?  Believe it or not, some users are actually new to this forum.  Me being one of those new users that googled reviews of this suit and found this thread.

As you were.
Zeek

Think abiut it:

An unknown brand appears here and within hours the manufacturer joins and then some one else joins within hours of that and praises that brand fullsomely. Far too many coincidences to be genuine..
post #13 of 19
I think the Maureen Jacobs post is fishy but not the Zeek post. No one working for the maker would compare a $1200 suit to Joseph Abboud.
post #14 of 19

I think that was a 'zing' at me but I don't really know so I'll just claim ignorance but I def did not try on any $1200 suit!  The BOSS, Abboud and Zroff were all at/around $500...

post #15 of 19
I think it's a coincidence; here's why:

Frieshky is one of the major sellers on ebay, and I'm sure alot of people check the store for suits and such. I have them on my list of saved sellers as well, and noticed the Zaharoff suits. I did a search on SF last week and didn't find anything (but I didn't bother to post about it). Therefore, I think it was only a matter of time before somebody asked about it.
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