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brunello cucinelli style / colors w/o the brunello price

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by AvariceBespoke, Mar 9, 2012.

  1. AvariceBespoke

    AvariceBespoke Senior member

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    Does anyone know any retailers / clothing lines / etc that have this look w/o a massive price tag?
     
  2. LS7

    LS7 Senior member

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    What do you mean specifically when you refer to the Cucinelli "look"?

    Besom ticket pockets perhaps :devil:

    Warrengardner seems to be the go-to guy on B&S for Cucinelli stuff; he often has some nice examples for sale.
     
  3. AvariceBespoke

    AvariceBespoke Senior member

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    The colors / fabrics used - a lot of pastels some bold colours, sovrapposizioni in look book, cut of trousers, styling italia
     
  4. razl

    razl Senior member

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    I wouldn't think someone with a name like AvariceBespoke would be playing the "cucinelli look on the cheap" angle.
     
  5. AvariceBespoke

    AvariceBespoke Senior member

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    Who is the woman in your avatar? Stunning.
     
  6. GusW

    GusW Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    You can do it, but what you get with BC is a one-stop, coordinated look (and a brand name)

    Isaia has some jackets at a bit lower cost and much higher quality workmanship and fabrics.
    Boglioli and Belvest both have excellent jacket with similar details and better finishing (IMO) that BC. I saw some at Neimans this past weekend for $895 vs $2900 for a similar summer BC jacket.

    For pants incotex.
     
  7. bourbonbasted

    bourbonbasted Senior member

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    Got my Cucinelli SC from him over the summer. Great guy and has some awesome prices.
     
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  8. TheTukker

    TheTukker Senior member

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    This is a good question.
     
  9. HHD

    HHD Senior member

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    Massimo Dutti does a pretty good high-street version of that Italian luxury casual look.
     
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    I have no idea fellas. Just a jpeg that I found while reading the "Double Breasted Style" thread started by whnay.
     
  11. fox81

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    suit supply was copying a lot of the cucinelli look a season or two ago.
    sportscoats with elbow patches, that wool/cashmere puffer vest thing...
     
  12. Kaplan

    Kaplan Senior member

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    Right click image, go to 'properties', copy URL, go to google image search, click camera (search by image), paste URL :teach:
     
  13. AvariceBespoke

    AvariceBespoke Senior member

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    Great suggestion, can I buy this in the US:
     

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