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European Online Shops?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by OffTheRack, May 14, 2010.

  1. OffTheRack

    OffTheRack Senior member

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    Anyone know of any good ways to take advantage of the devaluation of the Euro without leaving the comfort of your own home? Any good European shops have e-stores worth checking out right now?
     
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    82-Greg Senior member

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    Excellent timing. Most of the shop I know off on-line are English and hence not affected by the Euro (much).
     
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    OffTheRack Senior member

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    Same. But surely Europeans shop online (and Euro stores) right?
     
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    +1. I would interested to see an answer to this question.

    -LR
     
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    larsrindsig Senior member

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    I buy almost everything in the UK. Mind you, the Pound took a beating after the general election there.
     
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    Nicola Senior member

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    If you want Italian shops try google.it instead of google.com .

    I'm sure you'll find a few places but online mens shops are likely going to be aimed more at the young mens market.

    I can't imagine too many of the better places putting a great deal of effort into online shops.
     
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    holymadness Senior member

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    Same. But surely Europeans shop online (and Euro stores) right?
    Not so much.
     
  9. HorridoJoho

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    What kind of shops are You interested in? Like mentioned above most Europeans - myself included - shop online at websites located in the UK. Nevertheless there are some nice italian stores out there which offer great products. E.g. I got two ties at Sartoria Napoletana which are of great quality - especially when considering the price point.
     
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    SpallaCamiccia Senior member

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    have a look at www.charmeblog.com

    Lots of Brionis, Borrellis etc but most of the shop is fashion oriented.
     
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    Thanks for the responses--I was mostly interested in Italian goods (ties)--and its interesting to learn that Anglos have most of the market in online men's retail (and that Europeans otherwise shop at local haberdashers, wish that were still true in the U.S.).
     
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    Balanciaga, Colette, Apc, topman, zadig et volatire, Diesel, etc
     

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