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post #466 of 707
Has anyone tried the Borrelli denim jackets? Any fit photos?
post #467 of 707
thinking about making a trip down there...

and by the way, who purchased the barba shirt in the sale section?
post #468 of 707
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thinking about making a trip down there...

Do it. It's a candy store.
post #469 of 707
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thinking about making a trip down there...
and by the way, who purchased the barba shirt in the sale section?

do it and get stuff for meeee!!!!!
post #470 of 707
If I wear a 9.5 UK in MIE shoes, what size should I get in these. Should I size down from the Italian/EU size. Basically buy the the 9UK/10US ...

Thanks for your help
post #471 of 707
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If I wear a 9.5 UK in MIE shoes, what size should I get in these. Should I size down from the Italian/EU size. Basically buy the the 9UK/10US ...
Thanks for your help
check the sole measurements
post #472 of 707
Can anyone comment on the leg opening width of the Borrelli trousers on sale at STF? The slimmest fitting pants I've worn are probably Mabitex, and those are around 8" at the leg opening and are very slim. I'm looking at the measurements on the site for these 32/48 pants, and the width at the cuff is supposedly 6.75"? That just seems impossible.
post #473 of 707
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Can anyone comment on the leg opening width of the Borrelli trousers on sale at STF? The slimmest fitting pants I've worn are probably Mabitex, and those are around 8" at the leg opening and are very slim. I'm looking at the measurements on the site for these 32/48 pants, and the width at the cuff is supposedly 6.75"? That just seems impossible.
it's possible. just not comfortable.
post #474 of 707
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Can anyone comment on the leg opening width of the Borrelli trousers on sale at STF? The slimmest fitting pants I've worn are probably Mabitex, and those are around 8" at the leg opening and are very slim. I'm looking at the measurements on the site for these 32/48 pants, and the width at the cuff is supposedly 6.75"? That just seems impossible.

Sometimes the measurements and sizing on these Italian brands are bizarre. I've found that it's not uncommon to have disproportionate measurements - note the waist measurement is 33.25". I bet the seat/hips are disproportionately snug too, and that hem width... yes it's realistically possible.
post #475 of 707
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it's possible. just not comfortable.

+1. the slimmest i have are in fact borrellis from STF, but they were 7.5 i think, and they are super slim. i imagine that 6.75 would practically hug the ankle.

@ minervau - i would say to take a pair you have now, and pin the cuff at that size to test if you are comfortable with it.
post #476 of 707
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I never really even knew they made SC's.
I got 3 of them, Ill report with fit etc. They shipped today.

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When STF lists length do they measure from Bottom of Collar or top. It is not explained clearly on the site. From the mesaurements on the Finamore SC's I would expect Bottom of Collar but need to make sure.

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They are comically short; how are you wearing them?

post #477 of 707
Looks awesome. Did you lengthen the sleeves?
post #478 of 707
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Looks awesome. Did you lengthen the sleeves?

Not one stitch of alterations (aside from putting the buttons on).
post #479 of 707
Bravo. That's awesome.
post #480 of 707

Gorgeous!
 

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