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Daniele Alessandrini quality

justsayno

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Saw a few interesting jackets and suits from Daniele Alessandrini. Can anyone comment on the make of this brand?
 

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It's typical midrange quality, nothing too great but not bad either. There is also a line called D.A Danielle Alessandrini which is with luxury fabrics and suits have basted sleeves (dont know if they are canvassed though). Their items usually fit very slim!
 

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intriguing. i might pull the trigger
thanks
 

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Resurrecting an old thread. There's a lot of "D.A. Daniele Alessandrini" on Yoox at the moment. Is this stuff canvassed?
 

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Originally Posted by jrd617
Resurrecting an old thread. There's a lot of "D.A. Daniele Alessandrini" on Yoox at the moment. Is this stuff canvassed?

Not in my experience. What I've seen though has been good quality for Yoox sale prices.
 

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Just to re-iterate what has already been said about Daniele Alessandrini items fitting slim - I purchased two DA shirts from Yoox a week or two ago - one 'Daniele Alessandrini Homme' size 41 (15 3/4) and one D.A. Daniele Alessandrini generic size 'M'.

I purchased a Prada shirt (and Prada sizes themselves are notoriously small-fitting) size 39 at the same time which fits perfectly, but the DA shirts, supposedly two sizes larger, I can't even close the buttons they are so tight. So... my advice would be to get a couple of sizes higher than usual.
 

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^ Yeah, I've got a 15 3/4 D.A. shirt and it's about the only shirt I own that doesn't need to be taken in by a tailor. Incredible, almost perfect.
 

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Bought a linen/cotton sport coat from D.A Alessandrini on Yoox for a great price ($80). Fits perfectly and I like it better and wear it more often than coats I have that cost 10x more. I don't have the tailoring expertise to evaluate the construction. Would be interested in anyone's else's opinions on this brand.
 

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Bought a linen/cotton sport coat from D.A Alessandrini on Yoox for a great price ($80). Fits perfectly and I like it better and wear it more often than coats I have that cost 10x more. I don't have the tailoring expertise to evaluate the construction. Would be interested in anyone's else's opinions on this brand.
And yes, I am on thin side (5'10.5", 150 lbs.)
 

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