Less pricey shirtmakers in Paris??

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by snowballer, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. snowballer

    snowballer Member

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    Don't get me wrong I absolutely love Arnys and Charvet, but...... my wallet is not big enough to drop that kind of coin. I'm not particularly looking for bespoke shirts, OTR/RTW is fine and I'm looking to spend maybe 200-300 euros a shirt. Also I'm looking for something unique to Paris, I'm going there next month and looking for some unique finds. Could anyone help me out?
     


  2. PiedBeau

    PiedBeau Well-Known Member

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    Try "Courtot", rue de Rennes or "Lucca", bvd des batignolles.
    Both are bespoke shirt makers. Starting price should be around 200 €
     


  3. bengal-stripe

    bengal-stripe Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Although I have no experience with them, you might want to check out Edouard Courtot, which seems to be the choice of smart Parisians (who leave the better known names to the tourists). Just the shop alone is worth a visit, as it is in a beautiful 1950s time warp

    Maison Courtot
    13 Rue de Rennes
    75006 Paris

    [VIDEO][/VIDEO]

    Here is an enormously long thread about the firm and it's product:

    http://depiedencap.leforum.eu/t75-Chemises-Courtot.htm


    PS: Ooops, beaten by PiedBeau
     
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  4. snowballer

    snowballer Member

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    ^That thread would be great... If i spoke french
     


  5. bengal-stripe

    bengal-stripe Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Get Google Chrome as a browser.

    For any page coming up in a foreign language, chrome offers you an instant translation: This page is in French, Japanese, Italian whatever.....do you want it translated. Click "yes" and also "always translate French into English".

    The translation might not have literary merits, but is perfectly comprehensible.
     


  6. snowballer

    snowballer Member

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    yeah... i realized that about a minute after i posted my reply... thanks for not being an ass about it
     


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