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BORELLI SHIRT  QUESTION

post #1 of 7
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can anyone tell me about shrinkage in the neck of borrelli shirts? i like the fit of size 15 and 15.5 bodyis too full for me..will i wind up uncomfortable with a 15 after some launderings or do they remain true to size?
post #2 of 7
My shirts remain true to size.
post #3 of 7
Hand wash it and hang dry it and you won't have to worry about it.
post #4 of 7
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what about dry cleaning?
post #5 of 7
I take my Borelli shirst to the dry cleaner, who launders them. (Yes, it would be better to hand wash and iron myself, but ....). I have not noticed any shrinkage.
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can anyone tell me about shrinkage in the neck of borrelli shirts? i like the fit of size 15 and 15.5 bodyis too full for me..will i wind up uncomfortable with a 15 after some launderings or do they remain true to size?
One of the main reasons I wear Borrelli almost exclusively these days is that they are one of the few RTW shirts out there that -- for me, anyway -- remain true-to-size. I wear a size 16.5; still, with RTW shirts from everyone but Borrelli (e.g., Brioni, Charvet, Zegna, Lorenzini, etc.), I _always_ buy a size 17. The Borrelli is the only shirt that I buy in a 16.5; if you actually measure a Borrelli 16.5, you'll see that it's measures out very close to 17"... JV
post #7 of 7
I always get my shirts (including about a dozen Borrelli's) laundered at the cleaners. I've had no problems with shrinkage around the neck.
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