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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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    We'll definitely be adding new fabrics soon as we've indicated. Hopefully we can offer a MTO program eventually, but not in the near term.
     


  2. eHaberdasher

    eHaberdasher Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Hackett London:

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  4. eHaberdasher

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    Will be on the UK site - sorry for the confusion. Does anyone sell Hackett in the US?
     


  5. azumi

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    Again, any of those Hackett in 36S?
     


  6. eHaberdasher

    eHaberdasher Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    A few 38S but no 36S... sorry... we'll come through for you with the Benjamins though I promise. Don't know why 36S is such a hard size to come by.
     


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    Think we can get Hackett through Yoox, maybe direct from Hackett, too. Those look great -- what would shipping/duties look like if a US customer wanted to order them from the UK site? Can we even do that?
     


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    Well, you're going to unleash the Benjamin Sport coat Napoli model in the end of March, aren't you? There will be some 36S? I hope so :)
     


  9. eHaberdasher

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    There will be some 36S when they hit the market, but not sure if it will be by the end of March. We'll see... I hope to have a better idea in the next two weeks.
     


  10. eHaberdasher

    eHaberdasher Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Ah yes, I suppose Yoox does have a few Hackett pieces. Checked out the UK Hackett site and it says they only ship within the UK at this time... I was wondering if any actual b&m retailers in the US carry Hackett.

    Anyway yes, just like the US site, pretty much anyone from anywhere can order. However, note that orders outside the EU will be subject to your country's duty which can get hefty. Wish there was a legal way around this to help minimize it, but sadly we haven't found a way. Anyone have any insights?

    BTW prices on the UK site show VAT included (20%). At checkout when you enter shipping address, and if outside the EU, the prices will deduct the 20% and be reflected accordingly before confirming your order.
     


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    I've been lurking the eHaberdasher thread on StyleForum for quite some time. I'm finally ready to make another staple suit purchase and I had some questions on the sizing of the Benjamin suits. I range from a 40L - 44L in various brands so it's kind of a toss up. Vanity sizing ruins everything.

    Sizing of a MTM shirt:
    Collar Around: 15.5"
    Sleeve Length: 35.75"
    Yoke Width: 18.5"
    Chest Around: 45"
    Midsection Around: 37"
    Shirt Length: 33"

    I'm 6' 2-3". What suit size, the 42L or 44L, in the Benjamin line would you recommend? Or should I order and try both? Is there a significant difference in fabric and construction between the classico/granoro models?

    Any assistance is greatly appreciated.
     


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    Ben - How do we link up w/. your London site/store? :confused:
     


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    14D US, 13Duk
     


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    Not necessarily this fabric, but in general, sport coats in a 38L?
     


  15. eHaberdasher

    eHaberdasher Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Thanks for your message and it's really hard to say for sure. One thing we can say is our clothing is definitely not "vanity sized". A significant minority have to size up in the Benjamin trousers especially, and sometimes also the case for suits and shirts. Not much of a difference between Granoro and Classico - the Classico is the model that just replaced the Granoro. Biggest difference is that we gave a little more room in the waist/seat/hips of the trousers. The shirt size and measurements don't seem to correlate with a 42L or 44L, so we are at a bit of a loss. You can always order both and just return whichever doesn't fit whether it be one or both. Hope that helps.
     


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