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post #46 of 204
I personally like the cut on the HUGO shirts and slim black label shirts. You can find them especially cheap at bloomingdales these days, usually for under 40 bucks a shirt.
post #47 of 204
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Originally Posted by mkarim View Post
Me too - until I found SF...

Exactly.
post #48 of 204
Meh, I don't mind their suits at a deep discount.
post #49 of 204
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Originally Posted by AnGeLiCbOrIs View Post
Boss suits are crap and Boss Selection suits seem like the same thing with unfinished sleeves. However, I like the fabrics and slim cuts of their shirts and pants. They are often fairly easy to find at discount.

Baldessarini suits were made by Caruso but are not very easy to find.

Can't one buy better-quality shirts somewhere else and have them tailored to get a similar cut?
post #50 of 204
I've never heard of that movie...
post #51 of 204
I like their polos, boxers, and they have some nice overcoats, but that's all I buy from them. Oh and I have a pair of their optical glasses I like.
post #52 of 204
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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post
Is Bose really that bad? I'm no audiophile but I'm pretty happy with my sound system, although it did cost a pretty penny at the time. Any chance for a quick PM to talk about it? (I'm not looking to be flatly told it sucks. I think what i've got is good and I like it, I'm just curious why some people hate Bose)

Bose is extremely over-rated.
post #53 of 204
Had good luck with my Boss suit I purchase last fall. Only paid a little over $200 and about $30 at the tailor. Since then I found SF and have added a Zegna, Paul Stuart, and Canali. Thanks SF
post #54 of 204
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Originally Posted by jkidd41011 View Post
Bose is extremely over-rated.

EXTREMELY!!!
post #55 of 204
I bought a Boss Red Label suit about 2 years ago. It held up pretty well until recently when some of the threads started to rip. I got it fixed for free since my grandfather is a tailor. Now is it cause i gained a little bit of weight one time after that and must have tore it the way i sat or tugged somehow or even ran - i don't remember, or is ist just mediocre stitching. I did spend a lot of money it, around $500. I'm never buying another Boss suit for close to that amount.

I own quite a few boss jeans, pants and shirts, and so far they have been working well for me. I do enjoy their cuts and styles. Also, I also don't think they are worth the regular price - never, I usually by my Boss clothes from N. rack or filene's and even saks fifth when they had the huge sale for an avg of 20-40 dollars - that includes dress pants, jeans or shirts.

I do love their underwear, verycomfortable, smooth and quite housing.
post #56 of 204
I have a blue BOSS dress shirt which I got on sale a couple years ago which I quite like. I also got a couple plain V neck black t-shirts on sale as well. They fit nice, maybe a little short though.
post #57 of 204
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Originally Posted by beansprouts1 View Post
I personally like the cut on the HUGO shirts and slim black label shirts. You can find them especially cheap at bloomingdales these days, usually for under 40 bucks a shirt.

I saw a black and white color HUGO label in online bloomies yes, but i didn't feel like paying for their shipping. I have a slim fit HUGO label shirt - it's a beautiful shirt with great fitting for me. I've wore it many times, I got it on sale from Barney's outlet in leesburg for less than 40$.
The bloomies in white flint mall, md has quite few Boss clothes. They used to carry Zegna too but they stopped recently.
post #58 of 204
Let me guess, you're a boss fan?

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Originally Posted by Boss1982 View Post
I saw a black and white color HUGO label in online bloomies yes, but i didn't feel like paying for their shipping. I have a slim fit HUGO label shirt - it's a beautiful shirt with great fitting for me. I've wore it many times, I got it on sale from Barney's outlet in leesburg for less than 40$.
The bloomies in white flint mall, md has quite few Boss clothes. They used to carry Zegna too but they stopped recently.
post #59 of 204
I only buy Hugo Boss casual gear (the orange? label) - its actually good quality and lasts very well. Their casual shoes and boots arent bad either.
post #60 of 204
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Originally Posted by rioni View Post
Let me guess, you're a boss fan?

perfectly valid question
couple of reasons i chose this ID - 1) i do own some boss clothes
2) a friend of mine told me about a fellah from his university whose 1st name was Boss
so the nickname is inspired from the above reasons!
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