I recently bought a pair of pearl cufflinks from the Jermyn Street shop for my girlfriend and the pearl fell off when we went back to the hotel. We later brought them back for refund. (30-something pound sterling.) I found the shirts too contemporary in style and taste, losing much of the shirting tradition that I have expected, and the cotton is not of the highest quality. However, economically speaking, they are a steal. I have not owned one, so I can't tell you how the collars last through laundering. I tried some handmade shirts from Crichton, who shares the same shop with Fallan & Harvey on Sackville (opposite Dormeuil), and they are marvelous. Both of us bought half a dozen shirts, and after we wash-and-wear a few times I will give you update on how the collars withstand. The ladies' shirts have the most beautiful cut I have ever seen. I love Turnbull's collar and Hilditch's pattern matching. There are no competitions in those areas. They both withstand laudering very well. Even after repeated wearing, the collars still look like new, especially Hilditch's. If I were you, I will wait for sale at Turnbull or Hilditch instead of buying the cheaper Trywhitt shirts now. When on sale, Turnbull shirts at 39 pounds, Hilditch at 43 pounds, Cricton at 30 pound, New & Lingwoon at 45 pound, Harvey & Hudson at 45 pound. There are usually more discount when you purchase in quantity of 3 or 6. I am planning to custom-made some shirts at Cricton next time, as I know their quality now and they have a better price package. (Shoes --- I know it is diverting from the topic, but I am too lazy to start a new one) Edward Green's sale is usually for odd sizes (oddments). Shoes range from 280 pounds and up, a saving of about 150 pounds, but you also have to know that those shoes have been tried a million times before, thus they no longer look new; moreover, they do not keep shoetrees in the sales' shoes. Sales are usually downstairs in the shop, and you have to ask them about it. As far as I know, Lobb has stopped holding sales, except, again, for oddments, and that's very rare (as they told me). Foster & Sons sales start from 159 pounds, New & Lingwood from 139 pounds (I am still kicking myself for not getting some), Poulsen Skone at N&L start from merely 265 pounds (from 400 pounds and up), Tricker's from 129 pounds (though selections are few). New & Lingwood suits sale starts from 250 pounds, but most of their suits are centre vents (not my preference). If you are there, be sure to check out their coats with velvet collars (400 pounds) and ticket pocket. Turnbull ties at merely 16 pounds, Irish Linen hand-rolled handerchiefs at 20-something pounds for 6, regular handerchiefs at 10 pounds for 6. There are so many other good deals that I do not have the time to list out here. The best deal in London, however, are the cashmere scarves from xxxxxxxx & xxxxxxxx for 25 pounds each --- hehe, I am not telling you as they are too rare and too good, only one person here knows (Thracozaag) and I know his eyes popped out when he saw them (I bought 3.). The cashmere quality is comparable to the Hermes scarves shoulder-to-shoulder, though they are a few inches shorter, which is fine for men. Hermes scarves sell for US$695.00, my scarves --- about US$35. They are not too many in the shop, and I almost bought them all. Hint: a shop from Savile Row that will be celebrating 100 years birthday within this decade. And remember: all the prices quoted above already include VAT, and for travellers DO NOT forget to get your tax back --- that's a whopping 15% off all the listed price above. We bought so much that when we were at the customs in the airport, the custom officer looked at my receipts and called her husband to get to Jermyn Street right away. I just hope that her husband has not the same size as me.