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post #436 of 445
I think this tag is older Corneliani. Does anyone know how this might fit generally speaking? I'm just wary of any low armholes and a terribly dated fit.

post #437 of 445
Bigger/looser all over; longer; lower button stance; wider lapels; slightly lower gorge

Looks dated compared to their most recent stuff, but that might not be a bad thing . . .
post #438 of 445
Does anyone know if it is normally necessary to size up from normal suit size in either the Corneliani or Caruso (PRL/RLPL) made overcoats?
post #439 of 445
Does anyone know who makes the ties for RL? Both BL and Polo all say "handmade in Italy" and I think they are exceptional quality for the price.
post #440 of 445
Tom ford bro.
post #441 of 445

Hi....does this sweater look fake? 

 

I have not noticed this type of tag on my other RLPL items. I'm talking about the tag that says "Made in Italy" 

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/301316299692?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

 

Thanks!

post #442 of 445
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Originally Posted by Shaft View Post

Hi....does this sweater look fake? 

I have not noticed this type of tag on my other RLPL items. I'm talking about the tag that says "Made in Italy" 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/301316299692?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

Thanks!

Looks legit
post #443 of 445
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Originally Posted by inimitable View Post


Looks legit

Thanks!

 

Do the tags very by the year/season? All my others have the Ralph Lauren with an additional small tag towards the right that says "made in taly" with the cloth material. 

post #444 of 445
All RLPL items have this label with "made in italy" on it since 2 years now.

...when they are made in Italy, of course...wink.gif
post #445 of 445
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Originally Posted by fwedo View Post

All RLPL items have this label with "made in italy" on it since 2 years now.

...when they are made in Italy, of course...wink.gif

Thanks!!!! I just get paranoid when buying off of ebay. And that makes sense since my other RLPL items are definitely older than two years.  

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