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Quote: Originally Posted by Chet Steadman Does this mean I can remove the pocket without leaving a permanent mark behind? I've heard that this is a problem with 100% cotton non-iron shirts. hmmm...I am not sure about that. Honestly, I've never had a customer ask for that. I probably wouldn't advise it, because you might still see the needle marks. If I have time soon, I will try it and let you know what the results are...
Quote: Originally Posted by tripp I recently ordered a JAB non-iron slim-fit shirt online and promptly returned it. Its yoke was wider than standard-fit Lands End non-iron shirts that I bought when I was 35 pounds heavier. (Both size 16) The Lands End shirts also have a finer, smoother hand. I've looked at the BB slim-fit and not purchased because the arms look baggy. I don't consider something slim-fit if only the shirt's waist is...
long delay in posts, but let me say...I am a JoS. A. Bank manager - and ALL (or all I can think of) of our finished pants come in 29, 30, 31, 32, and 34 inseams. There are even 33" inseams in some. Just have your Sales Executive order them if they are not in stock in your store.
Quote: Originally Posted by furo So the non iron shirts are a different fabric? AFAIK they add a treatment to the same fabric you'd find on any of their shirts... which makes it a non-iron shirt. And I love the non iron shirts, especially since I travel quite a bit. It cuts down on ironing, which shortens the life of your shirts. The biggest difference between most non-iron shirts and ours (JoS. A. Bank) is that ours are not dipped in...
Quote: Originally Posted by anon does anyone know if the slim-fit shirts at either of these stores have narrower shoulders compared to non-slim fit shirts in the same size? Yes - our (JoS. A. Bank) Traveler Tailored Fit shirts are somewhere between 1.5-2 inches narrower in the shoulder than our regular fit. Try one on at your local JoS. A. Bank. It's not a "slim" fit...but definitely more fitted than a regular fit shirt...
In answer to a private message: the upcoming 50% off sale is called Super Tuesday...Tuesday, June 16th, 2009. Most stores are open 8a-10p.
Quote: Originally Posted by TheDarkKnight Yes I did think perhaps OTT, That said my job is Business development as well as Financial adviser, so I do alot of socialising. What's AAAC please mate? Ask Andy About Clothes http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/
I would also like to extend to all of you the offer of a phone appointment that I mentioned to RatherAnOddball. Feel free to message me here or by e-mail (mcmillin@gmail.com) and we can set something up if you have more in-depth questions or want to explore an answer further.
Quote: Originally Posted by bowtielover I am pretty sure that Jos A Bank dose not glue their shirts, I have several shirts from them that have seemed to hold up to their promise. I get them already fitted though. I am a JAB store manager and there seems to be a little confusion between the seam tape that is used and "glue" that we do not use. There is a tape in the seam that helps to prevent puckering though wearings and washings, but they...
Quote: Originally Posted by rnoldh mcmillin, I'm in Houston, Tx. with a fairly nice JAB store on W. Gray near Shepherd Dr.. A few years ago I bought a bunch of short sleeve solid colored 100% silk shirts ( made in China ) which seemed to be a JAB house brand and were decent for what I wanted and the price was certainly right. They had a square bottom and small slits on the sides so they were easy to wear not tucked into my pants. I...
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