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lorenzini shirts

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by TheRookie, Jan 30, 2005.

  1. TheRookie

    TheRookie Senior Member

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    How are they cut through the body? I usually wear a 43 or 17/35 but my waist is only 32. Looking for something high quality that I can get at a deal on ebay - but that isn't cut like a tent.
     


  2. kabert

    kabert Distinguished Member

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    Lorenzini shirts are great, but they are cut a normal width -- definitely not narrow. I would encourage you to seek out Barba shirt, specifically those sold by "the world's finest" EBay seller, either on Ebay or through his non-Ebay online store. Barba shirts are quite narrow fitting I've found. If you look at several of his Barba shirt Ebay auctions, you'll see that the measurements (which are accurately listed in great detail by Ian, the proprietor) often differ greatly from one size 17 to another. One 17 may have a 45 inch chest while another may be smaller or even much larger. If you know what is the best size for you, email Ian and he'll find you some Barba shirts that fit you well. Here's Ian's online store: http://www.auctionworks.com/store....=456710
     


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