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FS: KITON, TRUZZI, BARBA, BORRELLI, FINAMORE, LORO PIANA shirts at a very good price

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Ich_Dien, Sep 9, 2011.

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  1. Ich_Dien

    Ich_Dien Well-Known Member

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    ALL SHIRTS PICTURED HAVE BEEN PROXIED FOR OTHER MEMBERS

    Sizes vary from 38-46, prices also vary from £95+ depending on fabric and maker.

    The shirts are all Italian in cut so will be a slimmer fit than the ones made for the American market by some accounts on here. All the usual details like hand sewn buttonholes, hand attached sleeve heads / collars on some, crows feet stitching / hand stitched buttonholes on some, great MOP buttons, hand stitched shoulders on some &c.


    PM me if you are interested, and I'll let you know what's available in your size.



    All shipped from Italy with tracking.


    Some of the shirts that have been got for other members:


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  2. beerbudget

    beerbudget Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    Interested in 40R/15 3/4, barrel cuff.

    Regards,

    Wayne.
     
  3. ThinkDerm

    ThinkDerm Well-Known Member

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    Jamesgatz Well-Known Member

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    What size are the Kitons?
     
  5. Ich_Dien

    Ich_Dien Well-Known Member

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    I have the ranges 39-45.
     
  6. ThinkDerm

    ThinkDerm Well-Known Member

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    I saw some great stuff in Italy, these are nice shirts, and a big investment on your part to offer these to the forum =) best regards.
     
  7. LatinStyleLover

    LatinStyleLover Well-Known Member

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    If you can get a 43/17 in white by Kiton I am in. If you can get a 43/17 in yellow from any of the makers I am in on that, too. Yellow dress shirts seem to be hard to come by, especially from these makers and at these prices. Thanks.
     
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    ThinkDerm Well-Known Member

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    these all fit differently... a kiton in 43/17 is way bigger than a barba dandylife 43/17
     
  9. Ich_Dien

    Ich_Dien Well-Known Member

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    The collar sizes are standard, yet the chest sizes do differ a tiny bit. They are all what would be considered a 'slim fit', but to paraphrase George Orwell some shirts are slimmer than others.
     
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  10. ThinkDerm

    ThinkDerm Well-Known Member

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    kiton shirts typically are not slim, even the ones made for the italian market =)
     
  11. Ich_Dien

    Ich_Dien Well-Known Member

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    39-45


    Yes a few in a 39.
     
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  12. KayJay85

    KayJay85 Well-Known Member

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    any barba or finamore in a 15.5 collar with 36" sleeves? preferably in blues
    thanks alot
     
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    Anything in 39/40 L?
     
  14. Achilles_

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    Any 42 or 43's? Especially those Truzzi's :inlove:
     
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    Lovely shirts. I don't have a lot of experience with top level italian shirts, but tried on a bunch of Barbas and Cornelianis yesterday and found the collars very large. I am a 39 in most brands, but here even a 38 was somewhat loose in the collar. Body and sleeves fit well in 38 though
     
  17. dfoverdx

    dfoverdx Well-Known Member

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    Do you have first kiton in size 39 ? Thanks
     
  18. like a BOSS

    like a BOSS Well-Known Member

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    Any white 42/16.5 Truzzi or Baraba?
     
  19. techstyles

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    Interested to know what you have in 42 Truzzi and Barba. White and blue only. Beautiful selection - thanks for posting.
     
  20. techstyles

    techstyles Well-Known Member

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    I posted a reply and also sent you a PM - didn't hear back. Are these shirts for sale? :)
     
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