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Caruso Feedback???

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by nvf61286, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. nvf61286

    nvf61286 Member

    Feb 16, 2012
    Hey All - can you guys give me some info on Caruso. Used to wearing Italian brands (Zegna & Canali), but was wondering about Caruso.

    I had seen some of there jackets and suits in sale selection at Neiman's - not sure if they still carry the brand's current products or were done with it and just trying to get the last items out the door.

    How are the suits and shirts and how do they compare to Zegna & Canali? I wear a 38 R in Canali and a 39/40 R in Zegna. Also I wondering about their shirts. Are they very good quality - is $99 for a shirt a good deal? - I am thinking of buying a couple in my neck size if its a great deal.

  2. hyt123

    hyt123 Senior member

    Feb 23, 2012
    I have a SC from Caruso's Sartoria Parma line and I love it: high armholes, soft shoulders etc. I like it significantly more than the boxy Canali suit I recently sold.
  3. JayATL

    JayATL Member

    Jul 3, 2011
    I just picked up my second Caruso dress shirt, and I think they are probably the best fitting shirts I have found. They are machine made, but the cotton feels like silk and they are well made. Also love the collar spread. I definitely prefer Caruso shirts to Zegna if that makes any difference.

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