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post #1006 of 1952

yessir, if its $99 at any other location at the Queens Center store it is $49.50 (50% off on top of the markdown price) safe to say things usually sell out the say they go on sale... time to make friends with one of the sales associates ;)

post #1007 of 1952
CM has another 30% sale items, quite a few things still available at the Eaton Centre store, but I'm sure that's about to change.
post #1008 of 1952
Eaton Centre had decent selection this afternoon, but moving fast. Bought a plaid button down for 22 bucks after tax (regular 90 bucks haha).
post #1009 of 1952
what?! there is nothing going on in Van. mad.gifcensored.gif
post #1010 of 1952
While people are making long shot WTB's in this thread, if anyone has a cashmere grey ellington top coat from 2010 in a 36...
post #1011 of 1952
The Queens Cneter store always has 50% off, occassionaly it will switch to 30% off but only for a few days. Customer demand makes them switch right back to 50%. Give the store a visit or a call. It's worth it!!!
post #1012 of 1952
anyone find that olive puffer vest fitted kind boxy and had low armholes? I really wanted to like it but even an XS didn't seem to fit very well...
post #1013 of 1952
Has anyone seen the Made in USA OCBD on sale or have any experience with them for that matter? $140 seems awfully high...
post #1014 of 1952

If this wasn't mentioned already, college students can get 20% off the merchandise on the site (I believe this includes all sale items as well). Even if you're not, as long as you have an .edu email, I believe it should work- just apply for it at the bottom of the site.

post #1015 of 1952
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Originally Posted by Cambel View Post

Has anyone seen the Made in USA OCBD on sale or have any experience with them for that matter? $140 seems awfully high...

A SA told me that Made in USA shirts won't go on sale because it's a third party item. Based on the one shirt that I tried on, it fits roomier in the torso than classic fit shirts.
post #1016 of 1952
Shucks that they probably won't go on sale. Thanks for the info.
post #1017 of 1952
Picked up a sahara? shirt... 30$ off.. Too bad I didn't go on the weekend where they had it on sales plus 30% instead of just 30% off. Meh anyways.

They still have alot of sweaters (cotton, cashmere etc) button down's on sale

Edit..

Here is a pic

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Edited by 7_rocket - 5/22/12 at 6:12pm
post #1018 of 1952
What does everyone make of the Timothy shirt jacket?

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I saw it in person and it has a thicker, almost flannel type feel. Blurry photo here:

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I like it, though I'm not entirely sure how to wear a shirt jacket; is it more the former or the latter? Ie, do you wear it more as just a shirt,even though it's thicker and a tad wider, or s it meant to have a tee or even another, lighter shirt, under it?
post #1019 of 1952

Any idea how slim the classic fit is? I know CM has a reputation for being slimmer than the American average, so I'm not sure if I'll still need their slim fit. For reference, I have a 42 chest, a 33-ish waist, and pretty broad shoulders. Zara Tailored fit and Express Extra Slim fit are the best I've found for OTR mall fits.

post #1020 of 1952
I don't need their slim fit because the buttons around the chest strain too much and it looks awful. Their cuts are pretty slim already, so you won't have a problem....I can't buy CM shirts if they're slim fit, but if I go up a size they're too big. Their clothes are made for thin dudes.
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