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Discover the Manzoni brand

Discussion in 'B&S Archive' started by ExecStyle, Apr 24, 2006.

  1. ExecStyle

    ExecStyle Member

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    Manzoni is a house brand of www.execstyle.com manufactured by a very reputable name, but sold at a lower price point without the brand name. Manzoni tailors fine quality suits in exclusive fabrics from Loro Piana, Trabaldo Togna and other fine mills.

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    This suit is tailored in Zelander fabric by Loro Piana. $535. Order a Manzoni suit and if you are not amazed by the quality, send it back. A premier value.

    Cheers

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  2. RJman

    RJman Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I prefer Mantoni. Do you stock him?
     
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    Connemara Senior member

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    I hear Ricearoni makes a nice product. A real "treat".
     
  5. johnapril

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    Are those pleated pants? I hate pleated pants.
     
  6. ExecStyle

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    Execstyle carries a wide variety of Manzoni suits: Single / Double breasted, 2 / 3 Button, Pleated / flat front pants.

    The pants on the Zelander suit shown have a single reverse pleat.

    Flat front pants have been the rage as of late, but personally I prefer a pleated pant. If you look at a lot of spring collections this year, we are seeing a return to the classic styles. 2 button, unvented jackets and double reverse pleat pants.

    You'll see that in our Coppley and Manzoni collections.

    Cheers

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  7. johnapril

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    I don't know about the rage. I live in Indiana. There is only road rage here, no fashion rage. I like flat front pants because they look good on me.
     
  8. aybojs

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    Did Renzo Tramaglino buy a Manzoni suit for his planned marriage to Lucia?
     
  9. johnapril

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    It has gotten so Mens Wearhousey on the Style Forum lately.
     
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    Execstyle carries a wide variety of Manzoni suits: Single / Double breasted, 2 / 3 Button, Pleated / flat front pants.

    The pants on the Zelander suit shown have a single reverse pleat.

    Flat front pants have been the rage as of late, but personally I prefer a pleated pant. If you look at a lot of spring collections this year, we are seeing a return to the classic styles. 2 button, unvented jackets and double reverse pleat pants.

    You'll see that in our Coppley and Manzoni collections.

    Cheers

    www.execstyle.com


    Awesome, I have been meaning to pick up a Zoolander suit. But pleats? Even Zoolander would stay away from those. Don't hate me because I'm beautiful.
     
  11. marc237

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    Did Renzo Tramaglino buy a Manzoni suit for his planned marriage to Lucia?


    I believe Rollo Tomasi wore a Manzoni suit during all his snatchings.
     
  12. Vintage Gent

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    It has gotten so Mens Wearhousey on the Style Forum lately.

    I guarantee it!

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    Flat front pants have been the rage as of late, but personally I prefer a pleated pant. If you look at a lot of spring collections this year, we are seeing a return to the classic styles. 2 button, unvented jackets and double reverse pleat pants.

    huh?

    koji
     
  14. Beckwith

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    Was the name of that suit the Zoolander?
     
  15. johnapril

    johnapril Senior member

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    It was the Natalie Imbruglia.
     
  16. ExecStyle

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    About Loro Piana Zelander Fabrics:

    (From the Execstyle fashion blog)

    "After scrupulous checks and gradings, wool is sold at auctions held each year from January to June in the various collection centres. Loro Piana purchases at these auctions the best lots, in particular the Top Line 1PP bales. Some of these lots have established true records of fineness, called Record Bales. From these bales Loro Piana manufactures exclusive fabrics in limited editions for the most discerning and refined consumers..."

    Read more: http://www.execstyle.com/FashionBlog.asp

    Cheers

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  17. Steve B.

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    Mr. Execstyle:

    You've posted here 15 times.

    Every one of these posts to my knowledge has been an advertisement for your suits.

    Am I correct?
     
  18. matadorpoeta

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    this thread is inappropriate for this forum and should be deleted.
     
  19. ExecStyle

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    Dear Steve B. and Style Forum Members,

    I was under the impression that this forum was established to inform other members about offers. I posted in the honest belief that our site provides a genuine value to anyone seeking to buy quality men's clothing, since our boutique has spent 50 years carefully selecting a list of suppliers that provide the best possible quality at various price points. Names like Manzoni, which while unknown, are a much smarter purchase than many over priced brand names (Armani, etc..)

    However, since my few posts have received nothing but petty ridicule, it seems I have taken the wrong approach. From looks, this forum is mainly to promote the sale of questionable items on Ebay, rather than reputable sellers who work hard to provide customer service. In the future, I will refrain from new offers unless they are particularly pertinent to the members of this site (perhaps I will take a few of our suits, wear them threadbare, and then put them on Ebay at a 20% discount).

    To those who want real value and a reputable dealer, our site and staff will be happy to help you.

    Cheers,

    www.execstyle.com
     
  20. RJman

    RJman Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    The wrong approach, you say? Yes: your condescension, misrepresentation and unwillingness to recognize the misleading nature of your post title and, apparently, the "Zegna suits" link on your website certainly are the wrong approach on a forum which strives to spread greater knowledge about clothes. It sounds like you're going to take your business elsewhere to people who don't have access to information that a Zegna suit is not just a suit made of Zegna cloth, and that Coppley, albeit good, is not the best suit manufacturer in North America. So you storm off tossing a few insults in your wake. You've been called out on your claims by people who know a hell of a lot about clothing. Clearly, not the audience you seek.

    Should Execstyle fail, may I recommend a career selling used cars?
     

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