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I am considering purchasing a Borrelli dress shirt off of Ebay. It is new in wrapper and from a reputable dealer. My only question is how well do they fit? I am naturally thin, so I have issues with baggy shirts. Thanks. - Craig
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I, too. They blouse a good deal. I have darts put in mine and they feel alright that way. But still they don't fit as snug as, say, Prada or Zegna.
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I am considering purchasing a Borrelli dress shirt off of Ebay.  It is new in wrapper and from a reputable dealer.  My only question is how well do they fit?  I am naturally thin, so I have issues with baggy shirts.  Thanks. - Craig
Depends on whether it was made for a department store (in which case it will be rather baggy), or if it's from their boutique (in which case it will quite be slim). koji
post #4 of 6
Measure a nice-fitting dress shirt you have, then compare the measurements to the auctions on eBay. Borrelli shirts are too expensive to go for a hit or miss kind of thing.
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A nice adress for Borelli shirts is www.yoox.com It is all brand new stuff and their most expensive Borrelli is only 132 euro's.
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I've found Borrelli shirts fit quite large (not slim fitting), which is the way I like them. Check out Barba (also can be found on EBay) if you want slim fitting super-high end shirts.
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