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Thread Starter 

I have two (almost new) blasers from Massimo Dutti, that I cannot use because I racked my pants.

 

Do you know where can I find Massimo Dutti fabrics and order a new par of trousers?

 

Is there a unique reference on the trousers I can use?

 

Thanks,

Bruno

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Originally Posted by bsantos View Post

I have two (almost new) blasers from Massimo Dutti, that I cannot use because I racked my pants.

Do you know where can I find Massimo Dutti fabrics and order a new par of trousers?

Is there a unique reference on the trousers I can use?

Thanks,
Bruno

It is very difficult to get the same fabric used by RTW brands as they normally commission specific hundred of meters run for a particular product. What is more, if the garment did not have a specific fabric label in it (some specify if they used Zegna, Guabello, Carlo Barbera, Cerruti etc), the fabric come probably from a Far East mill and cost 6-7 GBP per meter at most.
Best bet is to check as many fabric box as possible and identify a close enough fabric in both pattern and color, and only if you find one, già ahead with getting spare trouser.

The only other option is to contact Massimo Dutti, with the garment reference number, and ask them if they can procure for you a cut of fabric (usually 1.5-1.7 m) so that you can get a spare pair of trousers
post #3 of 5
are these blazers/sport coats or a suit jacket?
if a suit, you will have a lot of trouble finding anything close.
you can contact massimo dutti as mentioned above

if these are sport coats, then get any sort of pants that work
post #4 of 5
Thread Starter 

Yes, it's a suit (two in fact).

 

Thanks for the quick reply. I did as suggested and contact Massimo Dutti, but I'm guessing the answer already... let's see.

 

I know the fabrics are coming from Italy, but that's the only info I have on the suit. All other suit ref# codes are not related to the fabric itself.

 

Thks

Bruno

post #5 of 5
@bsantos

Hi

Did MD provide any assistance with the fabric?

Thanks
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