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Need Help: Truzzi/Gianni shirt questions with pics


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Jul 11, 2006
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I came into a batch of these Truzzi/Gianni Campagna light blue dress shirts, all new without tags. Wondering what those of you who have some experience with this brand can make of my shirts. There is no size label, no material content label, no made in italy label, no cleaning instruction label either. There is also the sewed in collar stay. The initial ROP on the front of the shirt. The seller didn't have much information except to say the initials were a clothing shop, but to me it looks like someone's initials. Seems to me like size 15.5/37 in slim cut with 15.5 collar, 18.5 shoulder, 21 armpit measurements. Nice enough cotton but the buttonholes could be much better done. I'm planning to recut the collar to my smaller neck size and replace with white british spread for $30.00 so after I paid about $8.00 per shirt (I have five of them in same condition), it seems like a worthwhile project. Are these RTW's with someone's initials? Possibly made to measure? Your thoughts appreciated.


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Sep 28, 2004
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I recall looking at that ebay lot.

Seller was not very sophisticated.

Both Truzzi and Gianna Campagna are quality labels.

The shirts are custom or MTM.

If you spend $30/shirt to make something that suits you, they are still a good deal.

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