Lornezini shirt

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  1. Jofaile

    Jofaile Senior member

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    LORENZINI Dress Shirt 15.5 35 I now want that shirt, and it would fit me perfectly. I have a dark navy suit and a dark navy tie that, with that shirt, would be an awesome "on the town" ensemble. Though, unfortunately, I have spent my entire budget for clothes this month already. [​IMG] Just thought someone with money to spare might like to have it.
     


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    Thracozaag Senior member

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    Are you sure that's a Lorenzini? Looks more like a T&A, heh.
     


  3. Jofaile

    Jofaile Senior member

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    I thought the same thing but then I remembered the stitching looks nothing like that on a T&A. Lol, perhaps I am wrong. Besides, I am not really going for the label on this one (seeing as the price is no where near unjustified), merely the style and my fondness of it.
     


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    Thracozaag Senior member

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    It's a nice shirt, I'm just not fond of the bold-striped look, or rather, I can't pull it off.
     


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    that's not a "suit" shirt to me, though I do like it. I'd wear that by itself with wool slacks and that's it.
     


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    Jofaile Senior member

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    I can relate to some degree. That shirt, of course, is definitely not a "dress" shirt in the sense of the word but, as I mentioned in my original post, it would be a very good "night out" (or "clubbing," for those of you that do that sort of thing) shirt. Nonetheless, as I also mentioned before, I really should not spend any more money on clothing this month so it may as well be a thousand dollars, makes no difference. Â [​IMG]
     


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