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I've placed four orders over two years and always had items ship within six weeks. I've had Joe measure me and take the orders and have moved on from the shirts to suits as well. I'll echo that the first suit was off in a few specific area and we've moved on from there and I've been pretty happy with the cut and fit. A friend ordered half a dozen shirts for the first time on the last visit to NYC and had the sample shirt in hand about three weeks later.
Price dropped to $475 with 2 day Fedex for arrival prior to Thanksgiving.
Quote: Originally Posted by pandamonium They look good: any chance you can give me a width measurement? Thanks. External width is 4.5" at the widest point. Let me know if there is a specific measurement you're looking for.
I've been running in one for most mornings over the last two months. They come in short and long sleeve, v-neck and crew. They're inexpensive, wash well in the sink and dry overnight hanging in the bathroom without any odor. Great traveling shirts.
Sorry, don't know why the images were so large when inline. I've changed them to direct links.
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I have a pair of Alden Cigar Shell Chukka boots that I purchased at the Alden NY store in September for $680. Having worn them less than a dozen times, I've quickly come to realize that they just don't work for me. They're in excellent condition, basically like new, except that I've had plastic taps placed on the toes and heels. Barrie last. I'm offering them for $475, including shoe bags and the original box, shipped via Fedex for delivery prior to Thanksgiving...
The Amex rate worked out better for me, as I intended to purchase personal training sessions from them and the overall cost worked out in my advantage rather than signing up through a professional association that I'm a member of and which offers a discounted rate where you pay up front for one year, paying between $1,300 and $1,900 depending on which club(s) you want access to. I am lazy and won't use the gym if it's not extremely convenient for me. The Equinox...
I've used the perfumed court (google it) multiple times for samples, decants, etc., and always been happy with service and cost.
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