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Good suit to have, if you're a 40reg

post #1 of 7
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It's no Brioni or Borrelli, but if I were a 40reg, I'd pick up this Zegna Traveller suit, for that very purpose: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws....10&rd=1
post #2 of 7
Still a little expensive at $499. I was interested in this suit (I'm on a bit of a spending spree for my younger brother who now is in need of more professional clothes). Didn't know if it was made by Zegna; I know they make some suits for Dunhill. But check out the seller's response to the questions at the bottom. Does he not physically have the suit or does he just not care? How hard is it to count the number of vents?
post #3 of 7
My guess is its a Portugese made suit, and that it's totally fused. This is not a higher end Dunhill from the looks of it.
post #4 of 7
why does the dunhill label include 'Traveller' word on it? It looks so not right.
post #5 of 7
Thread Starter 
Dunhill? There's no Dunhill associated with this suit, it is strictly the Zegna line of clothing, in a highly wrinkle-resistant cloth for travelling, if I'm not mistaken. Looks like it was made for Saks Fifth Avenue.
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Dunhill? There's no Dunhill associated with this suit, it is strictly the Zegna line of clothing, in a highly wrinkle-resistant cloth for travelling, if I'm not mistaken.  Looks like it was made for Saks Fifth Avenue.
Ya got hijacked man... JJF
post #7 of 7
Is this a real Zegna or a te-pseudo Zegna?
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