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luciano barbera shirt fit

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by arvi, Feb 15, 2005.

  1. arvi

    arvi Well-Known Member

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    can anyone tell me how luciano barbera dress shirts are cut? are they slim-fitting like barba di napoli or fuller cut like those borrelli makes for usa market?
     
  2. mxb95

    mxb95 Active Member

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    The Luciano Barbera dress shirts that I've purchased have a fuller fit, more like the fit of Borrelli than that of Brioni or Charvet. Unfortunately, I have no experience with Barba shirts, so I cannot accurately compare the Barbera fit to that of Barba.
     
  3. Thracozaag

    Thracozaag Well-Known Member

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    Barba is the slimmest of the RTW Italian shirts I've tried. Barbera is more fuller cut, but not as full as Lorenzini.

    koji
     
  4. arvi

    arvi Well-Known Member

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    thanks..can anyone tell me about battistoni fit?
     

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