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post #31 of 34
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I was wondering if anyone would be willing to post pictures of their Enzo suits/jackets and/or if anyone has experience suppling Enzo with their own fabric...


To my knowledge, you need to a suit made from Enzo first. They need to be able to perfect your pattern before making a jacket out of your specific cloth.  What kind of fabric were you thinking of making? 

post #32 of 34

There are a few in the Guabello "One Fifity" super 150s wool collection that I like (asked about it, mostly wondering about durability, in the cloth thread). I have a email in to Enzo asking about the fabric but if they can't get it or can't recommend a similar fabric, I can get it myself. If I have to get a suit in a fabric they carry, that would not be so bad, but I don't know how much a fabric I like would increase prices. I most likely will not be ordering until late this summer.

post #33 of 34
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Originally Posted by BenjaminZeev View Post
 

There are a few in the Guabello "One Fifity" super 150s wool collection that I like (asked about it, mostly wondering about durability, in the cloth thread). I have a email in to Enzo asking about the fabric but if they can't get it or can't recommend a similar fabric, I can get it myself. If I have to get a suit in a fabric they carry, that would not be so bad, but I don't know how much a fabric I like would increase prices. I most likely will not be ordering until late this summer.


Personally I would choose Scabal, Loro Piana, and Ermenegildo Zegna over Guabello. I have made a few suits out of Guabello wasn't the biggest fan. Loro Piana has a beautiful sheen, and the wool is 2-ply leaving you with a gorgeous drape. Ermenegildo Zenga Electa collection is perfect for a worsted wool, has a touch of texture which is perfect for everyday use. Scabal is great, little bit of a matte finish that still being elegant. 

 

What is the suit for, if you don't mind me asking? 

 

[You can PM me if you don't want to blow up this thread] 

post #34 of 34

While I admit I'm a novice at high-quality suits, I had an excellent experience at Enzo's in DC. I ordered multiple suits, ties and shirts, Burgan took my measurements and helped me sort out the options. I'm extremely pleased with the clothing and the customer service was fantastic. They have a good range to fit your budget, I can't afford the $1000 suits yet. They have what seems to be just about anything you could ask for. I highly recommend them. 

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