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Italian Suits in Hong Kong

Sartorial Lover

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Hello Styleforum community,
I recently moved back to Hong Kong after a few years in London and I remember being curious about the brand Dal Duca when I lived here before but seems not founding much right now.
I was wondering if anyone has had the opportunity to try their suits, especially Pirozzi or their own label and could share their experiences with me.
As form what ive heard there is a huge difference in therms of price.
I am especially interested in Italian style suits.
Thank you in advance for any tips you can provide. Also if you have any recommendations that would be amazing. I want to freshen up my wardrobe without breaking my wallet. Lol

Thanks
Robb
 

Louis_HK

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Hello Styleforum community,
I recently moved back to Hong Kong after a few years in London and I remember being curious about the brand Dal Duca when I lived here before but seems not founding much right now.
I was wondering if anyone has had the opportunity to try their suits, especially Pirozzi or their own label and could share their experiences with me.
As form what ive heard there is a huge difference in therms of price.
I am especially interested in Italian style suits.
Thank you in advance for any tips you can provide. Also if you have any recommendations that would be amazing. I want to freshen up my wardrobe without breaking my wallet. Lol

Thanks
Robb
https://www.facebook.com/dalducasartoria/?locale=zh_HK
https://www.instagram.com/dalduca/

Is this the one you mentioned?
 

SartoriaModerna

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Hello Styleforum community,
I recently moved back to Hong Kong after a few years in London and I remember being curious about the brand Dal Duca when I lived here before but seems not founding much right now.
I was wondering if anyone has had the opportunity to try their suits, especially Pirozzi or their own label and could share their experiences with me.
As form what ive heard there is a huge difference in therms of price.
I am especially interested in Italian style suits.
Thank you in advance for any tips you can provide. Also if you have any recommendations that would be amazing. I want to freshen up my wardrobe without breaking my wallet. Lol

Thanks
Robb

I have no experience in Dal Duca nor Pirozzi but looking at their website, it seems to me Dal Duca house style is fully bespoke and the brands they carry are along the lines of De Petrillo. I'm not sure what your budget is to 'not break your wallet', but if you are comfortable with De Petrillo prices, then some other brands in HK you might find interesting are:

-Prologue
-The anthology
-The Armoury
-Dashing house

They all have more Italian/Neapolitan styles compared to the old-established tailors in HK.
 

Sartorial Lover

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Hello everyone, Thank you for your kind suggestions. I havent been much around but i really love this community.
I actually had the opportunity to try their suits last year and i am still going pretty much every two months lol.
Marcello's expertise in Neapolitan tailoring truly shines through in the craftsmanship of Dal Duca's suits.
I was particularly impressed by the level of personalization and the quality of their fabrics. Hand-Stiched button holes and the famous Spalla camicia. My favourite part is the ribattirura on the lapels.

The ability to choose from a wide range of luxurious materials allowed me to create a suit that perfectly suited my style and preferences.
Additionally, the fact that Dal Duca produces their suits in Napoli adds an extra layer of authenticity and ensures that the true essence of Italian tailoring is preserved.

What pleasantly surprised me was the quality of their ready-to-wear line. Of course, there is nothing to compare with the quality of the bespoke, but the cut is pretty good, fabrics are top notch and you can take away some garments at a fraction of the bespoke garments. I love in particular theis chinos, the cannette and the cotton and silk ones.

The fact that those guys come directly to you is really a surplus. Sometimes time is tight and they really make it happen. Higly recommended.

Regards,
Robb
 

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