34 thoughts on “Thoughts on Pini Parma? I can't find much wrong with their style and their quality is supposedly phenomenal

      • Anonymous says:

        How much do theirs cost?
        I’m going to order double pleat flannels from Benevento for like 185€ unless the Cavour sale that starts in June gets their flannels lower than that.

        • Anonymous says:

          On sale, they are about €150 (they currently have a few), new collections are €189/€199

          They sell Loro Piana open/summer walk knock-offs, so I’m guessing they’re complete dogshit.

          They’re not. The quality is unmatched for that price range.

  1. Anonymous says:

    Looks alright, but it’s all slim fit.
    And I don’t like the current trend of muted earth colors in clothing, makes it hard to imitate Miami Vice

    • Anonymous says:

      The first trousers are a wool/silk/linen blend so they are a bit slimmer, but their trousers are generally semi-slim fit like pic related. I find it doesn’t look too slim, but it’s also not for someone who wants that loose baggy fit obviously.

  2. Anonymous says:

    >Pini Parma
    I see what they did there, namejacking Loro Piana and selling clothes for 1/10th of the price.
    It’s like what Frederique Constant does to Vacheron Constantin.

    If the quality is there, why not.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I buy stuff that mogs these gay slim cut shits for 15 bucks on Vinted. Just bought 3 90’s deadstock Valentino high rise pants, one corduroy 100% cotton, 2 100% wool for 100 euros, including 2 different shippings.

    You will never be European (have Vinted and the best clothes)

    You will never be /fashion/

  4. Anonymous says:

    i owned several things from them during my cringy sprezzatura phase
    their pants are too slim. i don’t know what the heck they’re doing with those slim styles in 2024
    and most of their stuff has stretch in it

    it’s an okay brand, but overpriced and their styles are dated

  5. Anonymous says:

    this thread reeks of shilling. guy comes in and insists that his shitty knockoff loro piana is the best “for the price” in the face of any and all criticism. i’m guessing his instagram/tiktok grift isn’t doing so well now that the whole “old money” shtick is dying.

    • Anonymous says:

      yeah man some mid-size european clothing company is totally sending individuals to shill on the LULZ fashion board that gets like 10 posts an hour minus generals

      • Anonymous says:

        mid size seems generous at best, this brand is the sort of shit you see in shitty instagram reels trying to compare themselves to ralph lauren or brunello cucinelli “but cheaper”. desperately seeking every and any avenue to market themselves on social media is essentially their entire lifeblood. if they’re trying one of the deadest LULZ boards they must be eating shit bad.

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m not a shill lol, I would legitimately be glad to find better quality for cheaper with more or less the same classic old money style, albeit with a looser fit if need be.

      I just legitimately can’t find anything else in Europe as good and as highly esteemed as them.

      • Anonymous says:

        lmfao if you think this slim fit stretchy chino tier shit is “highly esteemed”, if you’re actually just some clueless idiot and not an employee of the company desperately hanging on for relevance, get a hecking grip. go to a real goddamn tailor and get actual trousers made instead of this ready to wear elastane shit.
        >classic old money style
        never mind, you’re hopeless. stay on tiktok.

        • Anonymous says:

          Just by mentioning elastane you’ve outed yourself as knowing absolutely zero about the company or their fabrics

          have a nice day and leave the thread to people who actually have something to contribute

          • Anonymous says:

            you’d think an employee would have better knowledge of their own product, but i guess not.
            lol, lmao, rofl even. have fun on the sinking ship called your microtrend hopping “business” buddy.

          • Anonymous says:

            There’s a total of 2 or 3 products that use any meager amount of elastane.

            Everything else is 100% high quality wool/silk/linen/cotton.

            There have been quality reviews of their fabrics by people far more knowledgeable of the industry and they all agree their products deliver premium quality for that price point.

            Still waiting to hear an example of cheaper ready to wear clothing that has the same quality and made to measure feel btw. Inb4 muh "just go to a tailor bro"

          • Anonymous says:

            Not that anon. I really like the materials, but I don’t like their cuts.
            Good source for high quality TIP basics, but if your outfit is just pini you will 100% look bad. Or boring which is worse.

          • Anonymous says:

            I’m mostly interested in their trousers tbf, although they do have some nice linen shirts and loafers from the new collection that I might cop

          • Anonymous says:

            >There have been quality reviews of their fabrics by people far more knowledgeable of the industry and they all agree their products deliver premium quality for that price point.
            >made to measure feel
            yep, this is an employee of the brand desperately waving its flag on LULZ for attention. time to find a new fast fashion scam buddy.

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  7. Anonymous says:

    Funny, my linen bomber arrived yesterday. Wore it today and I didn’t know it had polyester lining (feels like it anyway). Paying 650 euro for it in hindsight wasn’t the best idea, but I guess I have a stylish spring jacket now.
    In all honesty, I much prefer Velasca as a brand. Bought trousers once from them that were two sizes too small and returning them was easy with good customer service. Dunno about that with PP yet. Hope it somewhat helps OP

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