Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Boglioli S/S 2011

When I've talked about Boglioli on Sart Inc before I've gone a little off the deep end as far as praise is concerned, but when you've tried one of their jackets on it's tough to stay level headed.  For S/S 2011 Boglioli has really taken their fabric treatments up a notch.  The washed fabric and over-dying looks great, feels great and really speaks to the budding idea (at least in one small corner of the blogosphere) of dressed down tailoring.  Just picture that perfectly rumpled double breasted jacket over one of those Brooks Brothers spread collar polos, some creased tissue chinos and tassel loafers sans socks.  Good look, no?  Boglioli aint cheap (read: Barney's and Bergdorf), but I'm of the believe that everyone only needs that one great S/S jacket.  And if you're only gonna have one, you might as well do it right.  Check out some ad campaign and lookbook images below and hit Boglioli's website for all the relaxed, muted goodness.


-L.A.S

13 comments:

  1. Nice, I want one of those cream linen DBs.

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  2. There's always a ton of this stuff on Yoox. It looks nice, but I've tried a lot of it on and I can't figure out what I'm supposed to do with a blazer that's too tight in the waist, too big in the shoulders, and has 37" sleeves that can't be taken up (btw I'm 5'9 150 and wear a standard 40)

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  3. The color schemes used for the DBs are quite nice! Especially the blue.

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  4. This might take the cake as the most boring collection of clothing ever to make it to Sart Inc. Congrats.

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  5. Anon @7:29- That may in fact be the case, but I'd argue that anything regarding unconsturcted sportcoats for S/S is required reading.

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  6. Just checked yoox, and unless you are sample size you are out of luck. Looks like they offloaded their sample collection.

    As for the standard 40 comment, good luck with that considering every jacket make out there has different measurements.

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  7. Grey no 4 - effortlessly smooth. A man like he should be.
    Nice blog x will do a feature on men's blogs soon

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  8. quite a mouthful "boglioli" very nice though, I like the double breasted ones! Thanks for sharing.

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  9. The fit is horrible i have seen these long ago. Poorly styled and unappealing.

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  10. just picked up a suit on threedifferent.com today. Add a little yarmulke sprezz for my jewpolitan trapwear

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  11. Anon must work for zegna. bog's are awesome jackets. very pricey but sweet. btw, if you dont have an athletic/slimer build you wont like the fit

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