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post #1 of 38
Thread Starter 
We all know how good bespoke/Kiton/Cucinelli/Rubinacci/Incotex/Edward Greens are.

I'd like to know what cheap stuff do you have that's served you well.


-Uniqlo t-shirts and thermal shirt
-Uniqlo fleece jackets (friggin cool pattern and colors)
-Champion athletic socks
-Asics running shoes
-Beater pair of Clarks desert boot
-Functional and nice looking quartz watch from Sharper Image (purchased in 1991)
post #2 of 38
whole bunch of slim vnecks, crewnecks cotton tees from AA and UO.
post #3 of 38
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whole bunch of slim vnecks, crewnecks cotton tees from AA and UO.

AA and UO?

I also have t-shirts from Old Navy that's hold up remarkably well given the abuse
post #4 of 38
AA is American Apparel and UO is Urban Outfitters. yeah old navy holds up well ( i have a few from old days) but i dont like their cut. and they shrink awkwardly from my experience.
post #5 of 38
Silk mock turtle-necks and round neck long-sleeve sweaters (not sure if "sweater" is the right word as they are thicker than a t-shirt, but thinner than a typical sweater) from Men's Warehouse. Decent quality, interesting colors and reasonably priced when on sale.

Twotone
post #6 of 38
The cheapest things that I enjoy are StyleForvm and any social event with an open bar.

Oh, and Aldens.


- B
post #7 of 38
Goldtoe socks.
post #8 of 38
Thread Starter 
I also enjoy the over-the-calf cotton argyle socks from Jo. A. Banks. They have held up remarkabley well.
post #9 of 38
I love hand-knit stuff from my mom. Love in every stitch.
post #10 of 38
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I love hand-knit stuff from my mom. Love in every stitch.

Is she Chinese? 'cause that's a big NO-NO on this board.
post #11 of 38
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Is she Chinese? 'cause that's a big NO-NO on this board.


post #12 of 38
Club Monaco stuff on sale.
post #13 of 38
Fleece. I consistently reach for Patagonia/Mountain Hardwear kit when I'm lazy.
post #14 of 38
Have a couple of Lord & Taylor private label (Grant Thomas) wool sweaters that have surprisingly held up quite well.
post #15 of 38
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Is she Chinese? 'cause that's a big NO-NO on this board.

made in USA with USA materials crafted by skilled chinese hands. a bit different though
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