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Benevento is a company making trousers. They have over 20 years of experience in this area, and they utilize it well: they make very good, both quality- and design-wise, product, mostly using British fabrics.
While ordering, you can ask for custom changes – both when it comes to measurements, and details. Side tabs, button fly, pleats. Two basic fit types (regular and slim), variety of sizes (both waist and inseam), and possibility of custom modifications makes it possible to get a very well-fitting pair of trousers for various body types.
In their new collection, Benevento has several new colours of Irish linen trousers, as well as some interesting wool ones. The lightweigt wool in subtle checks are great to add a pattern to your outfit without going overboard. Low-contrast glen check will work great with a solid-coloured jacket, as well as with one in a bolder pattern.
Patine.pl begun by selling shoes by a Spanish brand Yanko. Recently they’ve widened their range and so now you can also choose from shoes by a fresh Mallorcan brand, TLB, as well as Patine’s own shoes made on lasts designed by a Polish master shoemaker, Tadeusz Januszkiewicz.
And it’s Patine shoes that can boast the biggest expansion in the shop. There are now models in widths G and H, which should allow you to pick a size that fits you better, especially if you have wide feet or high instep. Some of the shoes from the new collection are now priced a little higher, but that’s because they’re made of even better leather. However, there still are – and will be – plenty of models priced below 1000PLN (~230EUR), which makes them a great choice for some workhorse shoes or for people who want to expand their collection without ruining their wallets.
Sartolane offers high-quality leather accessories. Everything is made in a small Polish workshop in business since the 70s, which has experience with working with the best European and worldwide luxury brands. Sartolane uses the same materials as those luxury brands: Italian top-grain leathers, SOOCCI stainless steel hardware, or Raccagni zippers. Among their products you’ll find bags, wallets, sleeves, and belts. Sartolane focuses a lot on their post-sale service, offering free renovation within their 5 years warranty.
By the end of April, Sartolane launched their new bag configurator, which allows you to order your dream back made of leather, lining and inside pockets layout chosen by you. The configurator option had its debut in a brick-and-mortar Poszetka.com shop in Katowice. If you’re in the city, you can drop in and have a look at the leather and lining samples, as well as see sample bags for yourself. Online configurator will be up soon, but if you’re in a hurry – just shoot them an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
One of the sponsors this month – Luxire.com, an internet MTM, about which you can read on this very blog here and here. This company based in Bangalore, India provides reasonably priced and high-quality product, with a lot of handwork involved, and virtually limitless customization options. The company is also known for their excellent customer service.
For summer, Luxire offers seersucker – a lightweight, puckered, breathable cotton fabric. You can order both shirts and trousers made of seersucker, so that even in blazing heat you can look stylish and feel comfortable.