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Suit - Sarar

nsoni

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Hi, I was in the market for buying a suit. Visited Saks, Nordstrom, Macy's etc. and then happend to come across a store which I never heard of: Sarar.

I was impressed with the selection of 36S they had. So I bought a Sarar suit that is 70% wool - 30% Poly retail $700 - got it 50% ($350). I am having second thoughts about the wool-poly blend and hoping to get it exchanged for a 100% wool one that I also liked which was basically $100 more.

Has anyone bought a Sarar suit and/or can anybody provide me with any feedbacks about this brand/company? And also any feedback on Wool-poly blend suits vs. all-wool suits? I have always worn 100% wool suits so I am a little concerned with the blended.

Thanks in advance.
N.
 

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Originally Posted by nsoni
Hi, I was in the market for buying a suit. Visited Saks, Nordstrom, Macy's etc. and then happend to come across a store which I never heard of: Sarar.

I was impressed with the selection of 36S they had. So I bought a Sarar suit that is 70% wool - 30% Poly retail $700 - got it 50% ($350). I am having second thoughts about the wool-poly blend and hoping to get it exchanged for a 100% wool one that I also liked which was basically $100 more.

Has anyone bought a Sarar suit and/or can anybody provide me with any feedbacks about this brand/company? And also any feedback on Wool-poly blend suits vs. all-wool suits? I have always worn 100% wool suits so I am a little concerned with the blended.

Thanks in advance.
N.


Polyester blend cloth should be confined to the back of the fire. Cheap and very nasty.


As to "Sarar", I have never heard of them nor can I recall mention on this Board. Have you troubled to use the search function here or even Google to learn more?
 

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Sarar is a Turkish company who used to make clothes for Hugo Boss (black label), among others. I have a few of their slacks and have been quite satisfied.

If the suit fits......go for it!!
 

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Originally Posted by Shirtmaven
you are better off looking for a canvassed suit made in China then one made in Italy.

I have seen some excellent chinese fully canvased suits.

Sarar makes their own suits in turkey. they have full canvassed suits.

carl


Some believe they are better made than Italian canvassed suits!!!

 

cioni2k

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I recently bought a Sarar suit at the Woodbury Commons outlets. It was marked down alot (as is to be expected at an outlet), but, as mentioned before, I was able to talk them down even more. Ended up paying a little over $500 for it.

The fabric is Ermenegildo Zegna and it's just great. The tailoring quality seems to be nice as well. However I don't believe its fully canvassed. For the price, it seems to work very well. The cut is modern as well, which works for me. I say go for it if it fits you well.
 

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I always buy Sarar when I was in Tukey it is high quality , if anyone interested in I can help you, it is really high qual,ty suits for businessman .
serhan
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