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Updated on November 4, 2012

The Brioni Shirt

Brioni is best known for its high quality suits, this has been the house’s specialty for more than sixty years. However, Brioni also designs some of the best men’s shirts in the fashion industry.

Brioni produces both casual and formal shirts. However, all of their garments have a number of factors in common. They are all designed by some of the most talented people in the industry and they are all created using only the very best fabrics on the market.

The casual shirts which are designed by Brioni are available in a wide range of styles. They produce everything from sweaters to tops which resemble T-shirts.

Brioni often lists their T-shirt styles as crewneck sweaters. Do not be fooled by the term sweater, many of these garments are designed for all season wear. These styles include both long and short sleeves. Like T-shirts, these garments have to be pulled over the wearer’s head.

Brioni also produces polo shirts. Polo shirts can have either short or long sleeves, but unlike the t-shirt, this style has an actual “collar”. Like the t-shirt, this kind of garment has to be pulled over a person’s head. They frequently feature two or three buttons at the collar.

When making their casual shirts, Brioni endeavors to please as many people as possible. This is why they use not only various fabrics, but also a wide range of colors and patterns.

If you are in the market for a shirt, make certain that the name Brioni is among your choices.

Tips for Online Shopping

Online shops know and understand both the difficulty of shopping online and the concerns of the clients. They appreciate that a person who is going to be purchasing a quality name like Brioni will be spending a significant amount of money. Therefore, many of the shops do their best to make the experience as hassle free as possible. However, as a consumer it is going to be up to you to locate places that go to this effort.

When you are looking at a site, you should read through their policy regarding returns. Avoid buying from any site which is not willing to accept returns for any reason. Be sure to read the fine print and determine who will be paying the shipping and handling fees on returns. Depending upon the location of a retailer, this may be a significant amount of money. You should also check for details like restock fees.

Find out how you will be expected to pay for the item. Avoid any shop which demands cash payments. You should also avoid any site which asks for personal information, unless you are 100% certain of their legitimacy. It is best to use a third party payment system whenever possible.

There are a number of sites which provide third party payment options. These kinds of sites have a number of advantages. The first is that they can be used to shop at various sites on the internet. By employing one of these sites, you can shop at hundreds of stores online and only have to give your personal information out to the one location. This guarantees that you can protect your personal information like your credit cards and bank accounts.

Take the time to learn about a company’s reputation. If you have never heard the name of the company before, you should investigate them thoroughly prior to buying anything. There are a number of approaches that an individual can take when doing an online investigation. Type the name of the site directly into a search engine, or combine the name with other search terms like complaints or disputes.

Go to a consumer service site. The Better Business Bureau is one of the best known places for information regarding many businesses, but it is certainly not the only one. There are numerous other sites such as Pissed Consumer and Ripoff Report.

Basic Tailoring Terms

Learn the basic terms in tailoring. When you go online, you will read details about the quality of the fabric and the design. Without knowing the meaning of these terms, it will be hard to make an educated purchase.

For example, a suit may list that it has two vents. Without knowing what a vent is, or where it is located, you will have no idea what to expect.

Prior to going online you should have all of your current measurements written down. A tailor will normally take between six and ten measurements when custom designing a pair of trousers. You may not be asked all of these online, but you should have them in case you are. Although, most places ask for the measurements in inches, you should have the numbers in both standard and in metric.

These may seem unnecessary and over the top, but it is far better to be safe than sorry as the saying goes. Additionally, being prepared will help to guarantee that your online shopping experience is pleasant and hassle free.

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