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Recent Purchases (Classic menswear - formerly Men's clothing)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by A Harris, Sep 23, 2008.

  1. razl

    razl Senior member

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    I hadn't thought about it like that; good point. Except, I think you just accidentally gave me a whole different view on my stable... hmmm.
     
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  2. SoGent

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    id's aren't too bad. a couple cotton / linen blends

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  3. razl

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    For my part, I wasn't trying to beat up on ID at all. I've got a couple of Corneliani ID jackets (and a pair of trousers, I think) that are nice enough. But by way of comparison, Canali's Kei line is on a whole 'nother level.
     
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    in stitches Senior member Moderator

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    yes, same here. no dis on ID.
     
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    i'll have to check kei out. i didn't take what you said as a put down - not at all. i'm not 'into' brands for the sake of the brand. as long as it works & the quality is worth
    the price of admission, those are the main criteria. i happened to have bought a couple today & thot i'd add to the fray
     
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  6. Kaplan

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    When I first saw this I seemed to recall a recent pic of something similar worn rather well.
     
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    Definitely digging Razl's Kei jacket. Being a mix of blues and grays, it will be surprisingly versatile. I love the jacket and fit in that second picture too.
     
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    that fit is superb, and the pipe just puts it OTT.
     
  9. razl

    razl Senior member

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    Exactly, that's what I'm talkin' about :fistbump: I mean, I gotta work on the pipe, but other than that it's all win.
     
  10. in stitches

    in stitches Senior member Moderator

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    handsome face also helps. you got that taken care of?
     
  11. razl

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    Not overly so, but enough. Since you asked, I'll note that facially I've got a mixed ethnic "look" that is distinctive but borderline peculiar; I flat-out do not photograph well, but in person I get plenty of positive attention . Here's hoping the jacket helps pave over my lesser qualities.
     
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    solidarity. :(
     
  13. michaelyork

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    Did I size correctly with this bomber jacket? Or is it too large?

    It comes in numbered sizes--i.e. 48 50 52 54 56 58 etc. instead of S, M, L, XL, etc. so I suppose the designer intended it to fit precisely.

    Any advice gratefully appreciated!
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    Would appear to be at least one size too big
     
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    Navy Blue Lobbs and Hunter Green Boglioli K Jacket

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  16. razl

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    double :fistbump:
     
  17. razl

    razl Senior member

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    I'm revisiting this because they arrived today and they are even better - yes, fscking better - than they appear here. Substantial at a distance, subtly beautiful close up, great fit, and absolutely fantastic material - just enough shape with a bit of drape and lightly warming without being smothering.

    My purchase keepers range from good enough to great; these are fantastic and solid win. Holy cripes they were retail tagged at $695 and I got 'em for $150 each (still not cheap, but at least within my altitude) - plus a freakin' $70 customs charge - but it was all worth it. It's so nice when you get something and it hits or, in this case, exceeds your expectations - it's so much better than the semi-rewarding purchases of the things that are only close or almost what you really wanted.

    If you're looking for some fall/winter/spring shirts and stumble across these (and I don't get them first!) you should get them; I can't see how you would be disappointed.

     
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    Hai guys! Haven't posted for a long time, got myself a pair of Santoni shoes with 70% discount, never owned a pair from the before, but the deal was great.
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  19. in stitches

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    :) also, great news on the shirts.
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    inimitable - great kops, love the buttons on the SC.
     
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    MUCH like. where did you get them for such a great deal ?

     

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