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Enjoy the reality bath you got at Rubinacci and learn to follow sound advice from friends.

We don't need this people in Europe
post #257 of 4251
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Originally Posted by texas_jack View Post
That sounds like most latin countries. You have to be patient. They're different from us.

No, not different at all really. The basic message "give us your money, screw you" is universal. The latins just go about it in a slightly different way.
post #258 of 4251
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No, not different at all really. The basic message "give us your money, screw you" is universal. The latins just go about it in a slightly different way.

Uh, what I meant was you have to be patient because things happen at a different pace and people sometimes have a different concept of customer service.
post #259 of 4251
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Uh, what I meant was you have to be patient because things happen at a different pace and people sometimes have a different concept of customer service.
Right, that's the relaxed neopolitan way of life, enjoy your meal, enjoy your fitting, don't mix them up.
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Foo I really really like that last coat, awesome fabric.
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Using camera angle as an excuse for having less than an optimal body shape seems to be a new SF trend.
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Wait until you see the thread about my genitalia.
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Yeah, well, everyone knows that the camera always adds five pounds.
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I already have one, I call it "WAYWRN".
This is quality stuff!!!


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Originally Posted by savvyibd View Post
I went to Rubinacci with the intent of seeing Anna afterwards in Napoli and was thoroughly disappointed.

Unless you speak very good Italian, and can speak sartorial words in Italian, don't go to the store in Napoli.

I'm hoping London is better, otherwise I won't be a client. I tried asking the most basic of questions, three people could not talk to the tailor for me, and then they said they had to close for lunch when I wanted to get fitted for a suit. They said "come back". I left Napoli about two hours later.

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I'm used to the "Oh you want to spend 3'000, let me get you a glass of wine and sit down" treatment, not the GTFO of the store and come back in two hours.

As for smugglers, yes, I was warned. And I should have known better as they worked for the Naples government.

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Enjoy the reality bath you got at Rubinacci and learn to follow sound advice from friends.
How's that copy of a French Provencal house coming? You savvy?
post #262 of 4251
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Right, that's the relaxed neopolitan way of life, enjoy your meal, enjoy your fitting, enjoy getting mugged and walking around trash, don't mix them up.

Fixed.
post #263 of 4251
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Fixed.

When my wife and I were there last month, there was no trash whatsoever in the city part of the city.
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Fixed.
Hope your level of insight will improve someday.
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Fixed.

There are reasons to mock mafoofran, but they're not these reasons.
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There are reasons to mock mafoofran, but they're not these reasons.

Well, don't hold me in suspense--what are they!
post #267 of 4251
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Well, don't hold me in suspense--what are they!
I prefer to think about the harm I've done.
post #268 of 4251
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
The price points at the London location are as follows:

All in GBP inclusive of VAT:

Suit: 2800
Jacket: 2000
Pants: 800
Shirts: 300
Ties: 125

What are Rubinacci's prices for vests (GBP inclusive of VAT, of course)?
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Will you be dining in sir?
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