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Peasant/midevil look

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by High_Roller, Jun 27, 2002.

  1. High_Roller

    High_Roller Well-Known Member

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    What do people think of this new trend? I've seen more and more people sporting this look, with the tie/up shirts with embroidery and so on. A good example of these shirts is in Roberto Cavalli's Spring/Summer line & some items in the D&G line by Dolce & Gabbana, but even the Le-Chateau menswear collection contains a couple of these shirts. There's a chance that im going up to Toronto this summer to buy some clothes, and i will definately be keeping an eye out for this clothing. I want to do something different in town and since im 14 years old, I dont really have anything to lose if no one likes it.
    Anyways, I just want suggestions, what brands to go to, etc.
    Any input would be greatly appreciated.
    P.s. - Anywhere I can get D&G prices? I wanna know how much I'd be spending in advance, I know its Gabbana's bridge line, so it's cheaper, but how cheaper?
    Thanks in advance people, by the way, I'm new here.
     
  2. davei

    davei Well-Known Member

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    D&G is cheaper, but not much more than the regular Dolce & Gabbana line. Check the Saks mens catalog (www.saks.com) for prices. Offhand, I remember jeans being in the $200-300 range, tees $100-200, shirts $150-300. If you're coming up to Toronto, don't forget to check out the Harry Rosen and Holt Renfrew outlets.
     

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