All of these e-bay sellers seem to list a very high "retail" price undoubtedly with the intention to emphasize what a deal the buyer is getting.
Not all do. But many do, which is a never ending source of anger and frustration to me.
In response to the last post, why couldn't someone fake a Canali? I apologize if this is a stupid question, as I am relatively new to suit buying.
There is no reason for them to bother. Canali isn't that well known. And the men that know about them are likely to be able to tell the difference between a real and a fake suit. So who are they going to sell them to? Â A conservative estimate of the amount of suits and sportcoats I have looked at in the the course of my business, over the last Â four years, is 700,000 pieces. I can count the number of fakes I have encountered in that time on one hand. When it comes to suits I wouldn't worry about fakes, they just aren't that common.