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Anyone heard of Sartoria Carlo Donati in Arezzo? (Not an Ad, gee)


Aug 21, 2013
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Hi, guys, you've been helpful to my suit selection. One more thing to ask.

Have anybody here heard of Sartoria Carlo Donati in Arezzo, or even better, had experiences with him? I'm thinking about having a suit made by him. He is on a list of Italian tailors posted on several forums, but no more information.

Based my rudimentary Italian, I knew he worked as a tailor for 50 years but nothing more. I let an Italian ask his price range, and it's above 2000 Euros, so, he should be good with that price.

Any information will be great value to me.

Here's his website and I hope someone can tell me how his work is.

By the way, dear administrator, this is not an Advertisment, I have no interest promoting business, so if you want to delete the post, please talk to me first. And what's more, the tailor even doesn't have an English website, which suggests he is not intersted in promoting his business. That's why I posted the thread, because I can't find more information about him.

Grazie mille.

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