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Details of this Loro Piana suit
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Thanks for the detail pics Sumo - I am afraid that the handwork (at least on the buttonholes) is not as good as Chan's or (from what I have seen here) and A-Man's.
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E-Italian 's price is half of Chans. For less than US 1,000 for hand made Loro piana four seasons 2 piece suit is a good deal
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Also William Yu's Scabal suit's details are not as good as Chans too, but the price is only 2/3 of Chans so cannot complain. The experience with both William Yu and E-Italian are William Yu's fit is better and design is more modern. E-Italian is value for money.
Since I did not order any suit from WWChan A-Man yet, I am not in the position to comment.
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By the way I drop by Gordon Yao's store to check their suits details. They used 45 minutes to explain their house style and I am so impressed that I ordered another suit from them. But they do not prefer rush jobs and suggested two months to complete the order
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Finished suit from William Yu Scabal super 130
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Details of William Yu's suit
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Also William Yu's Scabal suit's details are not as good as Chans too, but the price is only 2/3 of Chans so cannot complain. The experience with both William Yu and E-Italian are William Yu's fit is better and design is more modern. E-Italian is value for money.
Since I did not order any suit from WWChan A-Man yet, I am not in the position to comment.

Understood - thanks Sumo. Let us know how the Yao suit turns out.
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Would you not rather have a few less suits, and use the money to purchase more refined products from a better brand? The finish on these garments are appalling IMO to the point I'd demand a  re-make. Button stance and fit are very subjective, but I must say I don't like either on you

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