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I think some of the naysayers about J. Press may be surprised if they were to go into a local store -- the D.C. store anyway. Sure, they carry classic "trad" preppy items -- blue blazers, khakis, madras, oxford shirts, multi-colored socks -- but they also carry: -- a fantastic selection of belts -- superb swimsuits (best selection I've seen in DC; plus, the maker appears to be the same maker for the now-defunct Sulka swimsuits) Also, based on interior labeling, the maker of their more expensive level of shorts and slacks appears to be the same as that used by Paul Stuart. Their golf shirts are excellent too.
Their shorts are nice. Their belts didn't catch my eye as being anything special (admittedly, I saw them only after buying two Borrelli Luxury Vintage belts at the nearby Filene's basement, so I could have been skewed in my perspective), and I did not look at the swimsuits but maybe I should do so today as I realized yesterday I neglected to bring one to DC. Also, it bears repeating that their linen pocket squares look great even at full price of $35.
post #32 of 32
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Originally Posted by kabert View Post
-- superb swimsuits (best selection I've seen in DC; plus, the maker appears to be the same maker for the now-defunct Sulka swimsuits)

I went into the DC store today looking for swimsuits, but the older gentleman told me that they hadn't had swimsuits for at least two years.

Too bad, because I need one for a weekend trip and was looking for something cheaper than RLPL.
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