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Sartoria di venezia?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by RJman, Jun 11, 2006.

  1. RJman

    RJman Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Does anyone know anything about clothes of this brand? Is it just a department-store brand, or is it something better?
     
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    For the past patrons of Harry's Bar.
     
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    don't know the history of the brand but i have about a dozen of their shirts that i'm giong to be giving away pretty soon.
     
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    RJman Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    don't know the history of the brand but i have about a dozen of their shirts that i'm giong to be giving away pretty soon.
    How are they?
     
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    They don't make a bad shirt. Some nice fabrics. They were given to me as handme downs but i only wore them as sport shirts. The construction is good. Similar to something like Ike Behar and they had MOP buttons, single stack. No hand work at all. I know they aren't a house brand unless they've become one. The store I work at used to carry them before we got Canali and the like. About10 years ago or so. Will exam them later for you. I haven't worn one in over a year.
     

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