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Originally Posted by hermes man View Post

i have a giorgio armani suit , yea their pants is usually baggy (which i altered mine to be skinny) , what about the vent? Giorgio Armani jacket trademark is to be ventless. i think u got crazy bargain there , a GA suit for only 400$usd ...recently i also got some great bargain from local Giorgio Armani store itself but nothing compared to urs , i guess perhaps because u got it from 3rd party seller thus they offer more discount to get rid of the old stock...anyway what i got recently r 200$us for 750$ t-shirt n 100$+ for a 420$usd shirt... they have 60%-70% discounts on previous year fall winter collections n older ( which is like 3 seasons and older )


My suit is ventless. The original price is $2195. So I got a discount of 80% off. It's a good deal except that the suit is not fully-cavassed. If you like GA, Myhabit often has GA items for sale. Last time I bought two GA shirts for $89 each and a GA belt for $89 also.

 

Myhabit will have a GA sale TOMORROW, Wednesday, Nov.21, 2012. Please check it out :)

post #62 of 64

Agreed with that last 3 comments

post #63 of 64

agreed

post #64 of 64

Supposedly there was a long thread wrt to what lines in Armani suits are canvassed, vs half canvassed, etc.  The pinch test supposedly is a good way to test whether it is, but regardless of the fact if it fits you well you got a great deal.  Black label suits are in general higher quality than Collezioni or EA.

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