I dropped in on the store on Saturday afternoon, actually met Mia, and took a look around. There was a lot of samples on sale downstairs, and a lot of nice basics up top. If I had to draw on any comparison, I'd say that Save Khaki is what Steven Alan should have become. The fit of the garments is nicer, and the hand of his tees and the knit cashmere hoodie, in particular, was terrific. I was not really going to drop $300 on it though, especially after taking about that much worth of cab rides getting to different places nearly on time the last three days.
The store is definitely styled like the J. Crew concept shop - well, like every other store (see Smith&Butler, Stuart&Wright, Billy Reid), etc... that is trying to look a Deadwood era hardware store with convenient roughhewn shelves and barrels full of washed tees and cashmere hoodies.
I don't call anything in this thread spam. The OP was not the representative of Save Khaki, and the rep isn't trying to sell things to anyone, AFAIK. If he posted Save Khaki PSAs, new product, etc..., then he'd probably want to talk to me about an affiliate thread, but we certainly invite representatives of brands to give information on a brand when posters ask about it. It's a fine line. If in doubt, PM me and ask.