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Ordering from jantzen

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by tsloop, Aug 26, 2004.

  1. tsloop

    tsloop Senior member

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    After all of the good things I have heard about Jantzen I have decided I am going to order a couple shirts from there and I had a few questions.  First, how does the quality compare to the Brioni or Armani collezioni shirts I have? And second, I will be sending in a shirt so they can match the size but is there anything special I should know that will make my order easier, anything else I should tell them before hand, or any special little tips from those of you who have ordered from them before?
     
  2. regularjoe

    regularjoe Senior member

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    Jantzen pummels the Collezioni shirts I've seen. Don't own a Brioni so can't help you there, but I have to point to the price again: $43.
     
  3. tsloop

    tsloop Senior member

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    I'm not expecting it to be better than the Brioni shirts I own, especially at an eighth of the cost, Im just wondering where the quality falls and those are the only 2 brands of decent shirts I own so far.
     
  4. NYCDan

    NYCDan Well-Known Member

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    I don't think I could agree that collezioni shirts are decent. Jantzen is much much better.  Similarly Carlo Franco shirts pummel Brioni as regularjoe would say.
     
  5. marc237

    marc237 Senior member

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    2 brands of decent shirts
    I don't think I could agree that collezioni shirts are decent. Jantzen is much much better. Â Similarly Carlo Franco shirts pummel Brioni as regularjoe would say.
    How do Carlo's shirts fit? I prefer a rather slim fitting shirt and appreciate that I can get the slim fit from Jantzen. I also have a shirt made by, I think, Borrelli for Peter Elliott that fits slim as well. If Carlo's has a comparable fit, I may be interested.
     

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