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Reasonably priced dress shirts in Milan

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by makker, Sep 11, 2011.

  1. makker

    makker Senior member

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    I need to expand on my dress shirt collection and in dire need of new shirts. I dont really like the wide spread collar cut, so looking for more half-spread. Should I just go to M. Bardelli, anyone know their price range? Anything cheaper with the same level of quality? What about Luciano Barbera? Eddy Monetti?
     
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  2. fab100

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    How much are they worth ?
     


  3. Trompe le Monde

    Trompe le Monde Senior member

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    i like boggi milano's poplin shirts. feels very light and fairly wrinkle resistant. made in china and plastic but substantial buttons
     


  4. bjornb17

    bjornb17 Senior member

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    I received a boggi shirt from milan as a gift and I like it a lot. says made in china but with fine italian fabrics. They are very light and wrinkle resistant.
     


  5. uniesse

    uniesse Senior member

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    Who the fuck goes to Milan to buy a Chinese shirt?
     


  6. fab100

    fab100 Active Member

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    Well said :D
    However, the ones which are sold at Boggi in Switzerland are made in India and Romania. I didn't know they moved production to China...
     


  7. Trompe le Monde

    Trompe le Monde Senior member

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    surprise, people can just as well get italian shirts in the us. and shoppers who visit the us to get somethign from brooks might end up buying chinese-made clothing, too
     


  8. Ich_Dien

    Ich_Dien Senior member

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    Check my sig, Makker, can post to you from Venice.
     


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