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I would be interested to know if it is the same as the RTW line they sell in Harrod's?


Indeed, the price difference would be a bit confusing if yes...
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like the jacket too:X

I want it,realy like it!
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That is the best picture of you that I have seen on the net yet.
The trousers are interesting.
The blazer is fine, though I would certainly do it different.
And, the shirt collar would be a little flatter.
Nice shoes.
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I assume that Moo was suggesting that whnay's outfit was a little flashy. whnay bitch-slapped him back with brief response heavily drenched in big-timer bravado. The exchange was amusing to me. whnay walked away the winner. Big-timer's in London House Bespoke never lose.
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W - you look great, looks like it was a fun day with family/friends. B
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Didn't want to further crowd this thread. See here for tour of Rubinacci workshop in Naples: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=249391
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That grey trouser is ill fitting , sorry to say.

Really? I think they look particularly good in that photo.
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That grey trouser is ill fitting , sorry to say.
How do you figure that?
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Luca likes a really low buttoning point. Not sure I do. I think he would look better with it raised a bit.

Foo's pants are fine, jeebus, it's cloth people.
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Nice choices, Mac.
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@Mac, great PS. LH nails those.
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I might take a trip to Naples later this month so I will probably buy some more.

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This is my first post to this thread, but I've been following along for almost a year now.

 

This Friday I make my first trip to Naples to visit M. Rubinacci to place my first order.  I'll not subject myself to the often-found punishment on this thread by listing my reasons for choosing Rubinacci, but suffice it to say I am taking a careful approach.

 

First, I now live in Zurich so I can visit Naples as often as needed for fittings, etc.  My plan is order 2 suits, 3R2, side vents - one blue and one grey - with a request for a traditional rollina shoulder. I am 6'1" and 190 pounds.  I've been disappointed for many years by "bespoke" services in Washington DC, NYC, Hong Kong and elsewhere.  I've spent from $1500 to $4500 per suit and yet am totally dissatisfied with the outcome.  It seems no one can build a well proportioned suit for an athletic person over 6 feet tall.  Anyhow, I am in love with a soft Neopolitan shoulder and Rubinacci seems the best choice to be "safe" for my first commission in Naples.


My main thought - cost is not out of the picture for me.  I know after visiting Rubinacci, I'll walk away well over EUR 10,000 for two suits and some pants.  I know the outcome will be great, but will it be worth the cost?  

 

I'm really on the fence and would never cancel my appointment in 2 days with Mariano - but I'm interested in other's thoughts on here.

 

A "real" Napolean friend of mine in Zurich swears up and down by Solito at half the price.  Should I visit Solito and have him commission one suit and Rubinacci one?

 

Is it worth visiting Anna M for shirts or will Rubinacci shirts in Riva cloth be of the same quality and detail?

 

I promise to post pics, feedback and comments as I start my foray into Napolean tailoring. . .

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