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post #31 of 302
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post
the grenson masterpiece made in england shoes are right up there with ed green in my opinion.

Comparable to EG, wow, how would I be able to tell that, special signuatre, label name on the insole/outsole?
post #32 of 302
Anyone waiting in line yet? Haha
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post #34 of 302
Not sure, I was going to stop by on the way to work this morning, but may go later today depending on what I hear back from other SF members. If anyone has feedback from the sale let us know. Thanks
post #35 of 302
I missed my train so I'll be heading in later today.
post #36 of 302
Just got back from the sale. Picked up a pair of chestnut colored Phineas Cole cap toes for $250. it seemed like they had a good selection of made in Egnald shoes across the board in sizes this morning. Suits were 75% off, ties were 5 for $100.
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Just got back from the sale. Picked up a pair of chestnut colored Phineas Cole cap toes for $250. it seemed like they had a good selection of made in Egnald shoes across the board in sizes this morning. Suits were 75% off, ties were 5 for $100.


Was there a line? Where is that place? 34th and 8th?

Thanks
post #38 of 302
Any word on the Phineas Cole suits? Are those 75% off also, i.e. ~$600?
post #39 of 302
Phineas Cole suits are also 75% off. Not a great selection of PC suits but they did have a number of sport coats. I picked up two PC cashmere sweaters at 80% off. I was pleasantly surprised by the number of Grenson shoes. Had a lovely pair of single-punch wingtips in 9.5D. Would have bought them, but they were a bit narrow for me. They had a 4.6m of absolutely sick 100% cashmere green herringbone suiting at $150 for the lot. Wasn't sure what I would do with it -- I don't need a green suit... but it was really nice. Some good country suitings as well. Outerwear was a bit disappointing in my eyes. Lots of knitwear, but mostly in S, M, and XXL. The line at 8:45 was about 100 people, but not too bad once you got up there. All in all, worth going to.
post #40 of 302
Ehhh just got back and was not that impressed. A few pairs of of Grenson's in size 9-9.5. All grensons are priced at $250. Decent pair of PC grenson black wingtips in size 9 and 9.5 were not bad, but wasnt thrilled enough with them to pay $250.00.

Had a few suede Grenson crepe sole chukkas across the size board @$200.00. Almost bought a grey pair but the fit was too narrow.

PC shirts are about $85 bucks down from 287.

Saw a couple decent suits in smaller sizes 36, 75% off.
post #41 of 302
I should have gone this morning
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post #43 of 302
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Originally Posted by JSC4President View Post
Thanks for the update.... is there a large selection of shoes? I am a size 11, but sample sales seldom have shoes in my size.

I only looked through the 8.5-9.5's. Seems like there were alot of various loafers in general, especially penny. Lots of the lower quality Italian and Spain made shoes. Maybe there was a better selection in the other sizes but nothing in 8.5's to 9.5's that I saw worth buying. Maybe I am just spoiled from all of the deep discounting going on by th eother retailers over the past year, and b&s section here in general.......

I did get a nice suede and cloth casual belt for $17, not bad....
post #44 of 302
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Originally Posted by bigbjorn View Post
Phineas Cole suits are also 75% off. Not a great selection of PC suits but they did have a number of sport coats. I picked up two PC cashmere sweaters at 80% off.

I was pleasantly surprised by the number of Grenson shoes. Had a lovely pair of single-punch wingtips in 9.5D. Would have bought them, but they were a bit narrow for me. They had a 4.6m of absolutely sick 100% cashmere green herringbone suiting at $150 for the lot. Wasn't sure what I would do with it -- I don't need a green suit... but it was really nice. Some good country suitings as well. Outerwear was a bit disappointing in my eyes. Lots of knitwear, but mostly in S, M, and XXL.

The line at 8:45 was about 100 people, but not too bad once you got up there. All in all, worth going to.



Well maybe that explains why I didn't see shit there lol...I got there right after going to J Crew's sale a couple blocks north (around 11) and man did they have a whole lot of nothing (for me to like at least). From what I saw, it was mostly outdated items I wouldn't wear in bigger sizes
post #45 of 302
Just got back from the sale where I batted clean-up. No line around 10am. Grabbed the following:

- dark gray twill suit
- pair of Phineas plaid wool trousers
- one glen check light blue linen sportcoat
- a green plaid vest
- a dark brown twill spring jacket
- a navy blue Phineas shirt jacket meets spring jacket

Most things fit well, but a few will need alterations. Ever since I've been using Pablo down at Stanton Tailor I feel more comfortable buying OTR items that aren't 100% perfect in fit.

Too bad no shoes were in my size. Any I wanted were a half size up or down. Oh well.
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