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Blugiallo Clothing


Dec 10, 2019
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I am wondering if anyone has ever tried Blugiallo brand clothing. I really love their summer and spring wear but their sizes are quite limited. An XL is 52cm in the chest in some ready to wear shirts and only 49cm in the chest in other ready to wear. I am wondering who they build these clothes for. Anyway, has anyone tried their clothing? I want to order an XL but wear 56cm shirts in the chest. They told me a 52cm would fit fine but I am not looking for a super, super slim fit. A second question: does anyone more familiar in the clothing world than I am know of any brands similar to Blugiallo that might sell my size (56cm)?

Thank you.
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Jul 8, 2014
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Their main focus is online MTM, basically you visit their showroom/trunk show and get measured. Then you can purchase MTM clothing and customise online. The end product is really nice and they only use high-end fabrics, though in my opinion their "inspiration photos" are quite heavily edited and its quite difficult based on that alone to gauge what they actually look like. This might look like white on black, but is in fact brown on beige. Its not like they're misleading as it quite clearly says colours and there are images without the heavy editing, but in my opinion its puzzling why they'd do it that way.

Due to your question im assuming you're referring to their RTW clothing, at which point i'd recommend you go with whatever their customer support says. Very knowledgable and really quick replies (truly a 5/5 customer support). Differing sizing might be due to different suppliers as they probably dont produce their own clothing or might be due to different cuts/styling etc. If can visit their showroom/trunk show you can also try them out there.

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