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post #3556 of 4536
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Originally Posted by marcodalondra View Post

Bespoke Albini's Chambray by Vincenzo Prisco

Marco, nice stuff! I admire your willpower not to unpack them right away - if I had it, I could post here more often wink.gif
post #3557 of 4536
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post


His shirts are awesome...I wish they were easier to find.

 

Doesn't he travel with Scafora and Sabino to NYC?

post #3558 of 4536
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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post

Doesn't he travel with Scafora and Sabino to NYC?

Yes he does. He makes a fantastic shirt, and his price isn't too bad, with no minimum order. He visits nyc quite frequently throughout the year, and is very reliable about getting orders completed. I would definitely recommend giving him a try.
post #3559 of 4536

Used him a few years ago. Was unimpressed.

post #3560 of 4536
Really? Why so?
post #3561 of 4536
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Originally Posted by Slickman View Post

Really? Why so?

 

I got a very Italian shirt from him - tight in the chest, loose(r) in the waist, very slim sleeves etc. Not my style.

 

The collar was also as stiff as a cardboard. Surprising really, as I remember him wearing the most beautiful soft collars. Very nice guy though.

post #3562 of 4536
Interesting, the shirts I have from him all have super soft collars, and the fit is very comfortable, but the hand work is what impressed me
post #3563 of 4536
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Originally Posted by Slickman View Post

Interesting, the shirts I have from him all have super soft collars, and the fit is very comfortable, but the hand work is what impressed me

What is the price range of his shirts, if you don't mind me asking, and does he offer multiple fittings or is it more like MTM, similar to what finamore offers? Thanks.
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post #3565 of 4536
Like everything but the pocket on the front, Butler.
post #3566 of 4536

Looks very nice, but as I_D said, I would have omitted the chest pocket.

post #3567 of 4536
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Like everything but the pocket on the front, Butler.

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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post

Looks very nice, but as I_D said, I would have omitted the chest pocket.

No way I can get on without the pocket - as a magician I need all the pockets I can get! - (it's a good job you can't see the inside of my suits!)

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post #3568 of 4536
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Originally Posted by ljrcustom View Post

What is the price range of his shirts, if you don't mind me asking, and does he offer multiple fittings or is it more like MTM, similar to what finamore offers? Thanks.

$350 covers basic range of Thomas Mason goldline and equivalent from other books, although they can go northwards of $450 depending on the fabric. However, I would ask him to be certain that he hasn't changed his prices
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

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wow. those are all horrid. no wonder you saved 7 large.

you'll flip em for good change though.
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