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then i'd look for casual shirts.  not necessarily casual shirts from formal shirt makers.  look for brands such as j crew, rrl, engineered garments, sugar cane, mister freedom to name a few...
i think you meant lewin? i looked into them while searching for slim fitting british shirts.  they unfortunately do not have a store in the US last time i checked so i couldn't try them on.  my thought was they were quite similar to charles tyrwhitt both in terms of fit and price points.  if you live in an area with CT stores, i recommend you stop by - for $30 bucks, you can't beat the quality and fit.   i don't own any of their shirts so i can't speak for the quality. ...
buy one get two free will get you a shoe tree for about $8.50.  (25 bucks for three).  the best deal i've ever seen was the recent 70% off making the tree $7.50. 
it works sort of like a casino.  it keeps people coming.
 that's interesting... so a tagged 32 waist measures 32? i find most my RRL denim measures 2-3 inches larger than tagged size...
sushi gen has the best quality fish imho.  hama is my fav because of the ambience and a lot more affordable.  my wait at hama is constantly 30 mins and never experienced any significant wait time at sushi gen.
this jacket reminds me of the ones i got from freemans sporting club last winter - excellent quality and understated style.  i would be very surprised if it's still available in a week.  but if it were, i'm sure i can reach a nice deal with you!
it may come back to hurt me a little (since i really do like this jacket but already have two similar ones) - is there any reason this one is still available http://www.styleforum.net/t/427841/final-price-drop-charcoal-harris-tweed-jacket-by-old-town-clothing-38/0_30#post_7409605   as far as i know, @FlyingMonkey is a very reasonable person..
totally agree. when steve jobs took over apple the second time around, he only wanted to develop four products and he wanted them perfect... if i could suggest anything, it's to make one of your few products absolutely the best (not one of the best, the best) in the industry...
i would say so, and i'm fully aware of the risk being called "cheap" by some RRL enthusiasts.. i have a gainful employment but i don't think i ever bought anything RRL at retail prices...
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