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+1 I've been sending all of my shirts to a commercial laundry for years. They include many Brooks Brothers luxury and Golden Fleece shirts, along with plenty from high-end Italian brands (Kiton, Borrelli, Truzzi, Barba, etc.). I know I'm a heretic/non-believer for saying this, but if my Terminator laundry has shortened the life of my shirts, I can't tell.
Most shoes and accessories (but not including Green and cordovan) are now 30% off.
With three pairs of opera pumps (patent, calf and satin), I'm certainly a big fan, but these are just plain ugly. But I couldn't resist the Pollo joke.Sorry.
Brooks' "Luxury" shirts are on sale for $59. Regular retail $185. A broad selection available in regular, slim and extra-slim fit, in both non-iron and must iron. I have a bunch of these. The fabrics are terrific. The only difference I can tell between these and my Golden Fleece shirts are the buttons. (The GF shirts have thick MOP buttons, while those on the Luxury line are...
For the chicken who insists on wearing black-tie: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Pollo-Tuxedo-Shoes-1967-/360901190336?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item54076322c0
A mis-pressed knit tie for $130? Definitely sarcastic.
Better grab this bargain while you can . . . . http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=121311630800&ssPageName=ADME:B:SS:US:3160
4/2 -- Final Cuts.
Brooks sells lots of must-iron shirts that are not oxford cloth. See the results of this search, most of which are must-iron.http://www.brooksbrothers.com/mens/dress-shirts/0203,default,sc.html?pmin=1&prefn1=collar&prefv1=Spread%20Collar%7cNovelty%20Collar%7cForward%20Point%20Collar&prefn2=fabric&prefv2=Cotton%7cEgyptian%20Cotton%7cSea%20Island%20Cotton%7cSupima%c2%ae%20Cotton
Now that you put it that way, cheap isn't cheap enough. I was thinking that, if it didn't fit, I'd put it on B&S. I didn't think about the fact that it could be ripped or stained. I'm (reluctantly) going to pass.
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