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post #6871 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Agriff View Post
Here you go


Well...i like it,but you must have self confidence to pull it off.
post #6872 of 33197
Does anyone have any clue what jacket this is or any similar? Would be MUCH appreciated. Thanks!

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post #6873 of 33197
Hi everybody,

What's a good price to pay for a mainline Zegna suit (not Z Zegna)? I assume full retail isn't worth it, but what's a good range for a NWT?
post #6874 of 33197
So in my pre-SF time i bought a black coat and now i don't know what to wear with it,i always owned 2 color of shoes brown and black,wearing black with black...well i never liked that look,I don't like black with brown too so i decided to get burgundy/bordeaux shoes,I'm looking for something like this color and design In grain leather,like this Any ideas?It can even be a boot,and not very expensive
post #6875 of 33197
$300-500 for me.
post #6876 of 33197
Hi,
First post here- quick question and probably a noob question.
Are Oxblood and Burgundy the same color?

Thanks!
post #6877 of 33197
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Originally Posted by acecow View Post
$300-500 for me.

id say more like 500-800 is considered a good by me, 300 is more of a steal i think
post #6878 of 33197
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post
Hi everybody,

What's a good price to pay for a mainline Zegna suit (not Z Zegna)? I assume full retail isn't worth it, but what's a good range for a NWT?

if you can afford it and want better selection and dont have time to bargain shop i think it is quite worth it
post #6879 of 33197
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post
if you can afford it and want better selection and dont have time to bargain shop i think it is quite worth it
Agreed. I've paid retail for new mainline Zegna in the fabric of my choosing with no regrets.
post #6880 of 33197
Hi,

I was wondering if anyone here could help me with my predicament. I went to the tailor to get my shirts tapered a bit. I asked him to taper them so they would not look as baggy. He asked me to stand up straight. He pinned the shirt down the sides and asked me if I was comfortable. Then I took the shirt off and gave it to him.

I got my shirt back and now it fits perfectly when I am standing up; however, due to my belly I am unable to sit down comfortably. The shirts buttons are straining and the placket is mostly open and almost exposing my belly. It fits really tight and is applies a lot of pressure to my stomach. My impression when I took the shirt to the tailor was that he would account for the amount needed to sit down comfortably. Was this presumption wrong? Should I have thought about this or is it my tailors responsibility?

I know that when someone makes a shirt he takes into account the amount of room needed for when sitting down. I thought that this would be the same scenario. Am I mistaken?

Thanks!
post #6881 of 33197
Zegna is very good. I don't see paying retail a problem for them.
post #6882 of 33197
I'm still trying to figure out what the styleforum shirt god trying to say. Can someone help?

http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...95&postcount=4
post #6883 of 33197
Yes
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post #6884 of 33197
A good deal would be under 1k for a suit and around $600 for an SC. If I saw one that fit me for $500 that wasn't black or decade old 3 button, I would snap it up fast.
post #6885 of 33197
He is saying the fabric is fine, but he's not happy that individual consumers are paying about the same for it as he is.
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