Anna Matuozzo Prices

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  1. UK2004

    UK2004 Senior member

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    How much is a typical bespoke shirt from Anna with Carlo RIva fabric?
     
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    mafoofan THE FOO Dubiously Honored

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    How much is a typical bespoke shirt from Anna with Carlo RIva fabric?

    ~350 euros, regardless of fabric choice.
     
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    Naturlaut II Senior member

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    You can also order shirts without all (or so much) of the hand-stitched details for a little less. Mine came out to be 380 euros, and the others are (I think) only 30 euros less or so. She doesn't charge extra for extras such as monograming, etc..

    Bespoke ties are 120 euros each.
     
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    UK2004 Senior member

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    Thank you for this, going to make a visit in the summer, can you get the measurements taken in one day or do you need to go back another day for final fitting etc?
     
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    Mafoofan's blog has a great entry about Matuozzo's operation. I am sure that he (and others that have ordered) can give more specific answers, but reading his blog is a great start, and an awesome source of information.

    Apologies if you have already read it.
     
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    don't follow the flock, be original. There are many more artisans in Italy to choose from. Visit Rome, Forenze and Milan.
     
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    don't follow the flock, be original. There are many more artisans in Italy to choose from. Visit Rome, Forenze and Milan.

    Will they result in your getting a better product, or just a more original one?
     
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    I'm still looking at that figure with some amazement. [​IMG]

    ~350 euros, regardless of fabric choice.
     
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    Coho Senior member

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    Who are they? I'm sure people in the know can elaborate. It'd be nice to get good quality shirts with out the name bling.

    don't follow the flock, be original. There are many more artisans in Italy to choose from. Visit Rome, Forenze and Milan.
     
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    mafoofan THE FOO Dubiously Honored

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    I'm still looking at that figure with some amazement. [​IMG]

    Believe, I'm amazed when I look at it too. So I try not to look.
     
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    Ha ha. The best advice I've received to date.

    Believe, I'm amazed when I look at it too. So I try not to look.
     
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    mafoofan THE FOO Dubiously Honored

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    don't follow the flock, be original. There are many more artisans in Italy to choose from. Visit Rome, Forenze and Milan.

    Given Anna's prices and limited accesibility, the number of people that 'flock' to her is naturally limited. The other well-known, great Italian shirtmakers are as expensive.
     
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    Given Anna's prices and limited accesibility, the number of people that 'flock' to her is naturally limited. The other well-known, great Italian shirtmakers are as expensive.

    Not really. Siviglia in Rome is considerably cheaper, but of course, he doesn't have the handwork that Matuozzo does, if you value that sort of thing.
     
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    Not really. Siviglia in Rome is considerably cheaper, but of course, he doesn't have the handwork that Matuozzo does, if you value that sort of thing.

    Doesn't he charge ~300 euros? The point is, they're all expensive, even if some are more expensive than others.
     
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    itsstillmatt The Liberator Dubiously Honored

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    Not really. Siviglia in Rome is considerably cheaper, but of course, he doesn't have the handwork that Matuozzo does, if you value that sort of thing.
    While the quality is very similar, they do not make similar shirts even discounting the handstitching. A client may like one or the other, or both, but both is not necessarily guaranteed.
     

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