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post #301 of 14099
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Pricing is in line with machine-made suits like Golden Fleece or RL Black Label, but with a dramatically superior cut, make and cloth. The whole jacket is hand-felled and hand-stitched

That would do the trick for me, good pricing point, so suit will be just about 2K?
post #302 of 14099
What are the details on sneak preview 7? I've been interested in a u-cap.
post #303 of 14099
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Speaking for the short men caucus... censored.gif

Your post got cut off (seems to be going around the forvm?) but I typically wear a 28.5 BOC jacket but I think 29" would also work.

size 38 has a BOC of 30 1/4 " for the single breasted and 29 3/4" for the double breasted.
post #304 of 14099

Hey, thanks for the numbers. That definitely won't work for me but I'm still excited for the rest of the store.

post #305 of 14099
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

What are the details on sneak preview 7? I've been interested in a u-cap.

Sorry, did I forget the description? They're oxblood boxcalf (undoubtedly the most subtle and hardest to photograph Vass color!), double JR soles with 270 goyser welt
post #306 of 14099
How about 36? I am borderline 36R/36S
post #307 of 14099
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The Sartoria Formosa suits in stock OTR are EU sizes 48 to 54. Sorry we couldn't start with a wider range, shorts and longs, but we can expand it in the future if there is demand. We will also organize trunk shows for bespoke services as well, and that is one way to address sizes we have not bought OTR.

Here is a quick look at the six suits we have currently in stock :



You will notice that the "blazer suits" use spalla manica a camicia (shirt sleeve shoulder) and patch pockets, while the other suits use the regular soft shoulder (spalla cadente morbida).

I wrote a short post about it on our blog, if you haven't read it:
http://nomanwalksalone.tumblr.com/post/57157189444/quick-study-in-neapolitan-shoulders-when
post #308 of 14099

Do you ship those suits from the US?

post #309 of 14099
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Do you ship those suits from the US?

Yes, from New York. Shipping domestically first, expanding to int'l shipping later (or upon request for Sfers before int'l shipping is fully in place on the site)
post #310 of 14099
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Yes, from New York. Shipping domestically first, expanding to int'l shipping later (or upon request for Sfers before int'l shipping is fully in place on the site)

 

Thanks for the quick reply, and good luck with the store! That navy nailhead suit looks extremely nice.

post #311 of 14099
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I made this interactive photo with details on these 6 suits. Click on it !

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There is also a spectacular tuxedo that is not pictured here.
post #312 of 14099
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Thanks for the quick reply, and good luck with the store! That navy nailhead suit looks extremely nice.

Thanks !

It is really nice. I'm a huge fan of the Cacciopoli Prince of Wales myself.
post #313 of 14099
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I'm a huge fan of the Cacciopoli Prince of Wales myself.

 

+1 - I may just get that made!

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There is also a spectacular tuxedo that is not pictured here.

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Thanks !

It is really nice. I'm a huge fan of the Cacciopoli Prince of Wales myself.

 

They all look great, and the lapels are spot on! I'm sure they'll sell out in no time.

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