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post #16 of 20
kler_chuffet, WTF is this? Moderators?
post #17 of 20
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Ya i did understood what u meant, i have like 15 + brioni's? i can truly tell you the difference between fabrics of any other brand in comparison with a Brioni as well amongst brioni's.

post #18 of 20
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I have 3 escorial sport coats and 1 escorial dress pants? I tell ya, those dress pants? are my favorite, "0" wrinkles, and son, i had them 18 years ago, you think Zegna, or any other brand had come up with the fines of making dress pants that dont go wrinkled without being polyester or any other cheap fabric mix now you find for 20 bucks on any apparel store? 18 years ago? son, wrinkled free began like 6 years ago?, brioni's been making wrinkled-free unintentionally without really noticing more than 20 years ago "now the call it wrinkled free? which is a mixed of cotton & cheap wool?

This paragraph is winner. Preach on.

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post #19 of 20
This is awesome! I am starting to upgrade my wardrobe- to Brioni only. I see Zegna and though it is VERY nice, it just doesn't compare to Brioni; though I will accessorize with Zegna (tie here, belt there). I own a couple made to measure suits (I have a muscular build so I can never buy off the rack) and around 10 made to measure Brioni shirts (Lombardias). I plan to purchase an Escorial blazer in the next couple months. I plan to make the jump to sea island cotton shirts as well. Thoughts?
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