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MTM Lorenzini

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Anyone know where I might find MTM Lorenzini in the Bay Area? I realize that just getting OTR Lorenzini can be somewhat challenging, given that the brand isn't as well known as other high end shirts.
 

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I don't know where you can get MTM Lorenzini in SF, but I do know Bloomingdales in SF carries Lorenzini RTW at $325 a shirt. The store carries the basic ones: white, blue, pink etc. The fabirc content is 75% cotton and 25% synthetic fabric. I wouldn't buy these shirts at that price. However, wait unitl December 1st, if you buy 5 shirts, you will get 30% off plus another $100 off. That will translate to $207 a shirt, assuming you are getting all Lorenzini shirts.

Lorenzini was named the best machine made shirt by Robb Report, at least twice in the past. I still think Fray makes better shirts - machine ones, that is.
 

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Originally Posted by Material Boy
I don't know where you can get MTM Lorenzini in SF, but I do know Bloomingdales in SF carries Lorenzini RTW at $325 a shirt. The store carries the basic ones: white, blue, pink etc. The fabirc content is 75% cotton and 25% synthetic fabric. I wouldn't buy these shirts at that price. However, wait unitl December 1st, if you buy 5 shirts, you will get 30% off plus another $100 off. That will translate to $207 a shirt, assuming you are getting all Lorenzini shirts.

Lorenzini was named the best machine made shirt by Robb Report, at least twice in the past. I still think Fray makes better shirts - machine ones, that is.


$325 (200 on sale
) for a shirt with polyester?? What is this world coming to. I've seen both RLPL and Lorenzini and can't say that I would care for either at anything above $100. Buy one Borrelli or Barba at a B&M store to get the best fit for you, then stock up on them at $125-150 or so on ebay.
 

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Lorenzini was named the best machine made shirt by Robb Report
I love Lorenzini but Robb tends to rotate who gets the clothing award each year so I think it's somewhat difficult to look at the award as a benchmark.

It's taken me a lot of those $10 magazines to figure this out I might add.
 

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I don't know where you can get MTM Lorenzini in SF, but I do know Bloomingdales in SF carries Lorenzini RTW at $325 a shirt. The store carries the basic ones: white, blue, pink etc. The fabirc content is 75% cotton and 25% synthetic fabric. I wouldn't buy these shirts at that price. However, wait unitl December 1st, if you buy 5 shirts, you will get 30% off plus another $100 off. That will translate to $207 a shirt, assuming you are getting all Lorenzini shirts.

Lorenzini was named the best machine made shirt by Robb Report, at least twice in the past. I still think Fray makes better shirts - machine ones, that is.
That is rather disappointing that Lorenzini, a quality RTW shirt, would add synthetics in their shirts.

I know that the Nordstrom in downtown SF carries Lorenzini RTW, and they usually tend to carry patterns.
 

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The Lorenzini shirts are typically 100% cotton-that synthetic content is rare.
 

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I have seen some Lorenzini at Neimans in SF and at Wilkes Bashford. Both possibly have an MTM program too.
 

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