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post #1 of 9
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Hi.

 

 

I couldn't find anything relevant with the search, so I decided to start a new thread. Do you guys have any experiences with Sandro Paris clothing? I'd like to know if the quality is good/bad? I found some nice looking clothes with decent discounts but before I order anything I'd like to know what you guys know about the brand.

post #2 of 9
It's a knockoff brand for the most part design wise. No idea about quality.
post #3 of 9

Started out as women's brand. Started doing APC-ish menswear around mid 2000s. Now they do poor man SLP. Quality is ok but super overpriced in the US. Try get them (on sale) from EU store like MenLook.

post #4 of 9
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

It's a knockoff brand for the most part design wise. No idea about quality.

Saint Laurent actually copied Sandro's "drums" varsity jacket design that came out first.

 

but yes sandro is pretty solid quality, slim fitting. It's nothing exceptional about sandro, it's just a high quality + fit of other standard looks. overpriced in the US tho.

 

Eleventy from Italy is also another good brand too.

post #5 of 9

haven't they been making clothes in their style since before slp even existed?

post #6 of 9
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It's nothing exceptional about sandro, it's just a high quality + fit of other standard looks. overpriced in the US tho.

 

So, just like SLP then? :colgate:

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haven't they been making clothes in their style since before slp even existed?

 

No. Hedi invented double riders, varsities, skinny jeans, flannels, chelseas and jodhpurs.

post #8 of 9

I have two pieces, Drums and MA1 Bomber, i always get compliments and i like them.

 

It is true that it is poor mans SLP but w/e.

post #9 of 9
Lol Sandro did the Saint Laurent style LONG before. I actually thought it was funny that when hedi took over, SL became and expensive Sandro.

Actually I love Sandro, it is overpriced in the US, but in Europe, after 50% reduction which most styles make it to on sale, the value is amazing. They are also very consistent with their style, it's good for investments.
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