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Originally Posted by chorse123
I'm seeing them at around $400.

An additional 10% off by using the SF link at STP. Thanks J!
 

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Originally Posted by chorse123
Hmm. Doesn't seem to be working for me. No worries.


Weird another member just PMed me that he used it??
 

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Originally Posted by DocHolliday
This thread is like a smack in the face. Great deals on Cornelianis and not a single one my size.

Consider yourself lucky.
I am trying to resist that 50EU black striped suit...
Credit card will cry uncle otherwise...
 

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Originally Posted by DocHolliday
This thread is like a smack in the face. Great deals on Cornelianis and not a single one my size.
I'm used to getting smacked in the face like this. Did you see all the Gianluca Isaia Napoli suits and jackets, too? Nothing in your size there either, I believe. I'm pretty sure we're similar sizes. But I've had 2 clothing store owners tell me (and a tailor hint) that I should consider wearing XL coats. So i've given up on RTW suits and jackets almost completely and I'm primarily using MTM and WW Chan.
 

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Thankyou picked up the 46R Black Striped.
 

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Originally Posted by thinman
I'm used to getting smacked in the face like this. Did you see all the Gianluca Isaia Napoli suits and jackets, too? Nothing in your size there either, I believe. I'm pretty sure we're similar sizes.

Yep, same problem there. I just can't understand why my/our size is so rare. Spectacular sale prices are common on coats at the large end of the spectrum ... why so few in ours?

But I've had 2 clothing store owners tell me (and a tailor hint) that I should consider wearing XL coats. So i've given up on RTW suits and jackets almost completely and I'm primarily using MTM and WW Chan.
The worst part for me is that Corneliani fits so well, if only I can find my size. I've been tempted lately to go with Polo MTM for a nice charcoal three-piece. What MTM have you tried? Any stand out as particularly compatible with our body type?
 

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Originally Posted by DocHolliday
why so few in ours?

Try NONE. I can't remember the last time I saw one of their high-end suits in a 38. And they rarely have high-end trousers in size 32. Very frustrating.
 

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