PSA: great deals on Boglioli

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  1. Cid

    Cid Senior member

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    Got an email this morning from threedifferent.com about a blowout sale on their Boglioli spring/summer inventory...

    Suits for $160

    Sportcoats for $130

    Pants for $48 - great price for very nice (Incotex style) trou

    Great deals, but beware you will be charged duties in the US - I recently paid $35 duty on a $230 suit from them. Also, Boglioli fits small, so size up on jackets.
     


  2. CYstyle

    CYstyle Senior member

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    thanks! getting some stuff for the gf
     


  3. chenzhongbi

    chenzhongbi Senior member

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    How do their sportcoats fit lengthwise? I need a short, but they seem to carry only regulars.
     


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    Length tends to be true to size.
     


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    nvm
     


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    taxgenius Senior member

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    How on earth can a 1/2 cotton 1/2 mohair suit from Boglioli only cost $250 (marked down to $160)?
     


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    chenzhongbi Senior member

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    Length tends to be true to size.
    Oh bummer. I guess I can only check out their pants.
     


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    BrianVarick Senior member

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    How on earth can a 1/2 cotton 1/2 mohair suit from Boglioli only cost $250 (marked down to $160)?

    That's incorrect, they probably retailed for around $1600 I would think.
     


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    onix Senior member

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    I am not sure about the quality of Boglioli offered there. There is the $250 range, and there is the $850 range. There must be some difference there in term of construction (not just materials).
     


  10. JakeLA

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    This all looks like the shit Zara sells.
     


  11. mishon

    mishon Senior member

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    These are def. cheaper fabircs, i.e., cotton, polyamid, etc... Perhaps nice for a casual suit/jacket. Boglioli, in general, fits a bit snug, so I would size up 1.
     


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    acecow Senior member

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    I have a Boglioli cotton suit and I love it. I'd buy another, but they don't have any 46 sizes. My advice (due to owning one suit only, so YMMV) is to size down, rather than up if in doubt.
     


  13. Cid

    Cid Senior member

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    I already have a couple of the S/S sportcoats and a cotton/linen suit. Great quality for the price. Definitely not crap
     


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    acecow Senior member

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    How about VAT? I might buy a cotton cream suit... Prices are unbelievable.
     


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    Thanks for the headsup. What is it like dealing with threedifferent.com: accuracy returns, etc.?
     


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