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post #256 of 272
The issue is, if I were to return parts of my order to the store or ship it back, how will they deal with the fact that we used a coupon? Are they going to refund the paying price, or some other scheme?
post #257 of 272
I stopped into the Mad. Ave store and tried on UK 10's of the shoes I got from the CT sale. I am a US 11 E, they sent me UK 10.5 which where too big. Since the UK 10's fit perfectly, I'm exchanging for that.

Moral of the story, with CT shoes, size down a full size
post #258 of 272
Thanks to Norcaltransplant and others, I went with the 8 in the chukkas (even though I wear a 9.5) and they fit perfectly.
post #259 of 272
Can anyone confirm if the $100 off is still in effect? The price change did not reflect in my order window; I am assuming it is no longer in effect.
post #260 of 272
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Originally Posted by mrchapel
Can anyone confirm if the $100 off is still in effect? The price change did not reflect in my order window; I am assuming it is no longer in effect.

It ended a while back, I'm afraid.
post #261 of 272
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Originally Posted by mbc
I think I'm about to deal with it, will respond when results are in.

any updates?
post #262 of 272
I ordered a pair of chukkas and a cream cotton suit. Shoes have not arrived, but suit did. For the price, not at all unhappy with suit. I was lucky that the arm length is fine for me since there are working button holes. But, it will be a nice replacement summer suit. Still wait on the chukkas. Boots, start walking.
post #263 of 272
I don't understand why they'd put working buttonholes in RTW suits.
post #264 of 272
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sartorially Challenged
I don't understand why they'd put working buttonholes in RTW suits.

Sales gimmick. Obvious, I know, but that's all it is.
post #265 of 272
No, what I mean is... the main benefit of RTW is that it fits (sort of) a wide array of customers (who would, of course, further cutomize the fit).

Once you have working button holes, that limits the customer base. For one thing, folks who have slightly different arm or shoulder lengths (me, e.g.) wouldn't be able to use those suits.
post #266 of 272
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sartorially Challenged
No, what I mean is... the main benefit of RTW is that it fits (sort of) a wide array of customers (who would, of course, further cutomize the fit).

Once you have working button holes, that limits the customer base. For one thing, folks who have slightly different arm or shoulder lengths (me, e.g.) wouldn't be able to use those suits.

Yeah, but they're assuming most guys won't know that or would rather have the working buttonholes. It's so rare to see properly fitting jacket sleeves these days, I doubt they're losing many sales.

I've seen quite a few guys wearing ill-fitting jackets with working buttonholes lately. Very trendy at the moment.
post #267 of 272
FYI:

Depending on the reason for your return, if you request an exchange, the
coupon will not be affected. I am afraid if you return the items for a
refund, and the total value of the order drops to less than $250, the $100
coupon will not be effective.

Therefor we will have to add the $100, and then calculate the difference
between total value of the order and the total of the goods returned. If
there is a difference, we will be sure to credit your account.



Has anyone gotten a different answer at the store??
post #268 of 272
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday
Yeah, but they're assuming most guys won't know that or would rather have the working buttonholes. It's so rare to see properly fitting jacket sleeves these days, I doubt they're losing many sales.

I've seen quite a few guys wearing ill-fitting jackets with working buttonholes lately. Very trendy at the moment.

I agree 100%. The deal with the CT suits seems to be that the buttons are places relatively high on the sleeves. Hence, one could shorten if necessary. I think lengthening would make the sleeves appear somewhat odd, but there is certainly enough fabric to permit lengthening.
post #269 of 272
Quote:
Originally Posted by mrchapel
Can anyone confirm if the $100 off is still in effect? The price change did not reflect in my order window; I am assuming it is no longer in effect.

Holy thread resurrection!

Yes, the code does seem to be working again. Of course, there aren't a lot of shoes in the clearance section, but it works when you click the link on the first page.
post #270 of 272
Link _seemed_ to work, but it didn't take the $100 off when I filled my cart...
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