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That's because you've probably tried the Borrelli's made for Neiman Marcus and thus cut fuller for the American market.I don't have a Borrelli, but I've tried a few on and found them all to be way too baggy for me to wear OTR, so I'm surprised you'd call them trim. Â
They're the slimmest cut that you'll find that Borrelli produces (aside from custom, of course). Not as slim as say, Ascot Chang, but certainly slimmer than the ones made for department stores especially along the shoulders and sides.Mr. Thracozaag - how do the shirts sold at the Borrelli boutique in NYC compare in terms of fit?
Also, does anyone know a place to buy Borrelli shirts in the vicinity of Rome or Naples? Â I will be in Southern Italy in November and would like to pick up some of the slimmer-cut shirts while I'm there. Â The Borrelli web site says they have a store in Milan, but I'm assuming they must at least be available in Southern Italy as well.