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ETRO (Milan) striped shirt - beautiful design

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Hi,
It is used, but lightly. There is no wear or damage to the item, and it has been professionally dry cleaned.

Size: 16.5" Collar

All info on the item can be found by clicking any of the hyperlinked images.

Thanks,
John
 

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collars a bit big for me, nice pattern and the thick MOP buttons and collar and cuffs remind me of barba gold label.
 

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Hi,
no problem - thanks for looking. Take a look in my ebay shop - there maybe some items in there that would suit you. Lots of brand new designer shirts listing currently.

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Thanks,
John.
 

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Originally Posted by farooqm
the thick MOP buttons and collar and cuffs remind me of barba gold label.

I've never seen an Etro shirt with MOP buttons (and I own a few). Quality is really nowhere near Barba to be honest
 

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I have a headache from looking at that shirt.
 

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Seems like shirts like this are found at NMLC a lot for about $30-40...
 

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Originally Posted by gdl203
I've never seen an Etro shirt with MOP buttons (and I own a few). Quality is really nowhere near Barba to be honest

Really? Both Etro shirts I own have really thick MOP buttons - just as thick as Borrelli's. I have seen Etro shirts with thinner shell buttons, though.

Agreed that the quality isn't at Barba's level, but it is still fairly decent.
 

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Simply meant the look in the pic, the cut, handstitching and I'm sure the fabric quality is of course nowhere near...
 

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Originally Posted by drizzt3117
Seems like shirts like this are found at NMLC a lot for about $30-40...


I've never seen an Etro shirt at NMLC for that price. As a matter of fact, the Etro outlet store at Woodbury, whenever they have big sales, the only thing they refuse to discount are their shirts which run about $125-150. Now whether you think the shirt is worth no more than $30 is a different matter.
 

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Originally Posted by VersaceMan
Really? Both Etro shirts I own have really thick MOP buttons - just as thick as Borrelli's. I have seen Etro shirts with thinner shell buttons, though.

You're a lucky man. I've never seen an Etro shirt with MOP buttons. Thick, yes. MOP, no. Never seen one at the flagship store in NYC. Was just in Italy 3 weeks ago and bought 2 shirts there. All plastic buttons...
 

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Originally Posted by edmorel
I've never seen an Etro shirt at NMLC for that price. As a matter of fact, the Etro outlet store at Woodbury, whenever they have big sales, the only thing they refuse to discount are their shirts which run about $125-150. Now whether you think the shirt is worth no more than $30 is a different matter.

The NMLC @ Primm near Las Vegas had a huge rack of these shirts for that price in August, I actually bought a couple of the more conservative ones, one in white with blue stripes and another in white with grey stripes.
 

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I must admit, my camera was straining to get the colours right on this shirt. I must say (with the item here in front of me), the quality is up there with some of the more premium brands.

I had a couple of ebay offers for this shirt, but i decided to hold onto it, as it was driving a lot of traffic! Will still take a good offer on it though. I think the price it worth it compared to some of the crap on ebay!

Have enjoyed reading the discussion on this thread.

John.
 

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Originally Posted by gdl203
You're a lucky man. I've never seen an Etro shirt with MOP buttons. Thick, yes. MOP, no. Never seen one at the flagship store in NYC. Was just in Italy 3 weeks ago and bought 2 shirts there. All plastic buttons...


Maybe my shirts have Trocas buttons, or whatever the MOP substitute is.
 

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