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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LA Guy, Jun 24, 2008.

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  1. eHaberdasher

    eHaberdasher Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    lower button point or no?

    Yes - lower button stance.
     


  2. Superfluous

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    Yes - lower button stance.

    Sorry, I didn't read the thread.

    Now that I've read a few pages, you're making them even shorter [​IMG] ?

    a 29.5 inch BOC on a regular is already pretty short.
     


  3. eHaberdasher

    eHaberdasher Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Sorry, I didn't read the thread.

    Now that I've read a few pages, you're making them even shorter [​IMG] ?

    a 29.5 inch BOC on a regular is already pretty short.


    The 29.5 from BOC is the Maestro model - we've modified the Lucente, and only shorter by 1cm.
     


  4. eHaberdasher

    eHaberdasher Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    New arrivals online:

    • 500 Borrelli shirts
    • Borrelli jeans in Spring weight solids (navy, black, white, tan, stone, drab, etc. + blue denim)
    • Zegna silk pocket squares
    • Benjamin ties

    More to come, including:

    • Sport jackets from Isaia, Riviera, Caruso
    • Suits from Caruso & Benjamin Sartorial
    • Ties from Brioni, Lawrence of Napoli, Kiton, Louis Vuitton, Corneliani
    • Shirts from Mattabisch and Barba
    • Spring sweaters from Isaia
     


  5. eHaberdasher

    eHaberdasher Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Get more 42L/44L please [​IMG]
     


  7. eHaberdasher

    eHaberdasher Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Get more 42L/44L please [​IMG]

    Caruso in solid navy and sold charcoal coming in your size(s)
     


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    How would you rate the quality of the Riviera SC to the Caruso stuff ?
     


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    I know this has been asked in the past but wanted to check post new stock:

    Are the Borrelli shirts slim fit? What about Barba?
    Can you post measurements for a 15" shirt?

    Many thanks
    KJ
     


  10. eHaberdasher

    eHaberdasher Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    How would you rate the quality of the Riviera SC to the Caruso stuff ?

    I'd say the Riviera full canvas jackets are on par with Caruso - they're really nice and I love the shoulder - I like it better than most Caruso models actually. The half canvas Riviera jackets are also nice and offer a great fit (slightly on the shorter side though), but they are indeed half canvas. I kept a Riviera for myself - fits perfectly off the rack (euro 48R) - I should post pics of me wearing it, but it's this one:

    http://www.ehaberdasher.com/servlet/...ln--38R/Detail
     


  11. eHaberdasher

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    I know this has been asked in the past but wanted to check post new stock:

    Are the Borrelli shirts slim fit? What about Barba?
    Can you post measurements for a 15" shirt?

    Many thanks
    KJ


    Hi KJ,

    Both Barba and Borrelli are slimmer fit. Which Barba size 15 did you want measured? They're busy and seemingly always running behind in the warehouse but they can hopefully get to it...
     


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  13. eHaberdasher

    eHaberdasher Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Thanks for the reply, I was looking at
    http://www.ehaberdasher.com/servlet/...cln--15/Detail
    http://www.ehaberdasher.com/servlet/...n--15.5/Detail - I realize its 15.5

    I assume all the shirts from a given brand fit the same?

    KJ


    Sorry for the delay!

    Borrelli is for the most part all fairly trim fit (European fit - NOT the fuller US models made for Neiman M, Bergdorf, etc), while Barba's black label is slim fit and white label is fuller cut

    Barba shirt (white label) 15.5 is:

    Shoulders: 18.5"
    Chest: 45"
    Waist: 42"
    Sleeve: 36"

    Borrelli shirt size 15 is:

    Shoulders: 18.25"
    Chest: 42"
    Waist: 39.5"
    Sleeve: 36"
     


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    Any ETA on when you will be getting more 40L Lucente models in stock? Looking for two in some sort of dark navy color. Any way to reserve or put a deposit on these?

    I've been looking for these for almost a year now and have never been able to find any. It seems I'm always late to the party
     


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    Just got an email from him saying the new Benjamins are in stock...
     


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