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post #16 of 34
My take on it is the lines are a bit cleaner, its a more dressy version of the coat line...not as relaxed. They had a wight line last year that I liked more but I think it's discontinued. Dover is also a bit slimmer and shorted with unstructured shoulder and unlined. So really just a bit more streamlined and elegant.

Please note however I have not seen this years Dover, and when I was in Japan last month someone at Isetan said they were changing it slightly, to make it more "elegant"...but I think it will be called Dover 2, the big change is slight shoulder padding and sleeve wadding. He said something like partenopea shoulders
post #17 of 34
i have quite a few Bogliolis and i really like them. i wore the hell out of a brown cotton db sit this summer. Trim lines and soft shoulders, and am using it as a base for my first foray into bespoke, my much delayed blue linen db
post #18 of 34
Though I've never owned one, I've seen several boglioli suits/jackets on ebay for about $ 300-$500, brand new and used coats.
post #19 of 34

1000

 

 

Thinking about buying this one. I wear dark jeans most of the time.

 

Is the color of the jacket not too dark for that purpose?

post #20 of 34
I got a Boglioli cotton jacket, bought it from Yoox about 4 years ago. It's still holding up, quality seems OK, although I had to re-sew the buttons as a couple of them started to become loose. Made in Italy and not China.
post #21 of 34
Bought some from the threedifferent sale recently (as many others did) pretty good value for the K jackets if you're into the more casual deconstructed sort of look
post #22 of 34
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Originally Posted by dijor View Post

1000

 

 

Thinking about buying this one. I wear dark jeans most of the time.

 

Is the color of the jacket not too dark for that purpose?

 



Hm, I guess it shouldn't be a problem, though it might depend on what you are thinking to wear underneath: a sweater, maybe a rollneck, or just a simple shirt? I have a couple of grey blazers, some woolen/tweed aswell that i oftenly wear with dark/black jeans, or with corduroy and woolen trousers; I guess you can't go wrong when matching similar/neutral colours :)

post #23 of 34

yes just a bd shirt in light blue or white.

post #24 of 34
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Originally Posted by dijor View Post

1000

 

 

Thinking about buying this one. I wear dark jeans most of the time.

 

Is the color of the jacket not too dark for that purpose?

Beautiful jacket, love the texture...where is this one sold?

post #25 of 34
I just bought one and posted pics here on my blog:

http://abitofcolor.tumblr.com/post/66187502929/boglioli-for-an-ideal-blend-of-tailored-menswear

Love the fabric and fit.
post #26 of 34
They appear to fit the mannequin but whether they fit you cannot be determined.
post #27 of 34
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Originally Posted by GBR View Post

They appear to fit the mannequin but whether they fit you cannot be determined.

If you are looking for a classic menswear fit, probably not. Boglioli isn't for you. But if you want something with a bit more of a fashionable fit, shorter, snug, trim, then Boglioli is a great choice.
post #28 of 34
Gus is correct. I don't own any Boglioli, but even in their more structured
models I have to go up a size, at least based on the models(s) I've tried
at two different stores
post #29 of 34
Wow. Boglioli in long is rarer than hen's teeth, great find.
post #30 of 34
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Wow. Boglioli in long is rarer than hen's teeth, great find.

 

True. Any shop offering longs online would make a killing... :smarmy:

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