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The Ovadia & Sons Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by dibango, Jan 31, 2011.

  1. dibango

    dibango Senior member

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    "Ovadia and Sons, timeless style. Offering the very best in hand tailored suits, shirting, sportswear, trousers and formal wear. Makers of fine goods." They are killin' it. Discuss. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

    their tumblr
     
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  2. niidawg3

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    i like where they are going with their stuff. most of the things i've seen so far has impressed me.
     
  3. dibango

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    A place to buy their stuff except their online shop, anyone?
     
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    13th street btw 5th and 6th ave. nyc.
     
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    the gloves in the first pic are awesome
     
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    those pant bottoms are a tad narrow.

    they claim a gament industry pedigree, but must be women's wear based. don't know the name.

    Someone has dumped a lot of money into a new venture. the clothing looks nice.
     
  7. dibango

    dibango Senior member

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    A valid point, although I'm not bothered by the leg opening.
    Their style actually seems to originate from Europe, instead of the Americana style they proclaim.
     
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    I like the fabric patterns and colours but all the jackets look too short for my taste.
     
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    I like the fabric patterns and colours but all the jackets look too short for my taste.

    Yeah, I prefer a longer jacket too and was wondering if all of their RTW will be on the shorter side.
     
  11. dibango

    dibango Senior member

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    Ordered the Madison Classic White. Pics will ensue.
     
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    I love the shawl cardigan but I don't see it on their website.
     
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    Ordered the Madison Classic White. Pics will ensue.

    Definitely interested in pics. Thought abt buying one to try out, but it's some dough to drop on a shirt w/out knowing the exact measurements.
     
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    I like the fabric patterns and colours but all the jackets look too short for my taste.

    So we can actually give you cash in B&S then when you are through with them?
     
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    Well presented.

    The fabrics and palette connect to Michael Bastian, while the lapel & collar width and larger-format patterned shirting connects to Tom Ford.

    Not a bad place to be.
     
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    Most of their pieces look nice, but what's up with not offering RTW shirts with a collar larger than 16.5"??? I'm pretty sure that I'd need to develop terminal cancer to get my neck that small.
     
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    Most of their pieces look nice, but what's up with not offering RTW shirts with a collar larger than 16.5"??? I'm pretty sure that I'd need to develop terminal cancer to get my neck that small.

    If my intel is correct, their online shop will be filled with more items very soon "” including broader sizing.
     
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