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post #1396 of 2030
^we actually did but it sold out like a month or two ago..small sizes went out mad fast :/
post #1397 of 2030
I noticed that the patterned crew neck sweater is on sale on the website, but it doesn't list a price. Has anyone seen it on sale in the store?
post #1398 of 2030
There's a size L duffle coat (in grey) on sale for $99 at the store in London. If anyone would like a proxy just PM me.
post #1399 of 2030
Haha I tried on that exact jacket a couple weeks back and passed on it since it was just a little wide in the body. For 99 less student discount it would be a good buy.
post #1400 of 2030
So the online store (at least the canadian one) started carrying Filson bags... Only have the beige colours and only have the travel bag, briefcase and tote...

Travel bag is $335 CDN... They've got a sale right now where $300+ purchases are 30% off... so it would come to 234... Good deal?
Edited by malaujai - 3/17/13 at 6:08am
post #1401 of 2030
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Originally Posted by malaujai View Post

So the online store (at least the canadian one) started carrying Filson bags... Only have the beige colours and only have the travel bag, briefcase and tote...

Travel bag is $335 CDN... They've got a sale right now where $300+ purchases are 30% off... so it would come to 234... Good deal?

Ask in the Filson thread.
post #1402 of 2030

Does anyone know how the slim-fit oxfords and wool sweaters fit? The size charts make it look like I should size down one from my typical size (M). 

post #1403 of 2030
I'd say both fit TTS

The oxfords are typically long, however, so if you plan to wear them untucked you might want to take that into account. I'd say for an XS oxford, you'd probably need to be 5'8" ish to wear untucked without it looking too long...

I find the sweaters usually have a boxy fit to them, but still TTS...
post #1404 of 2030
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Originally Posted by masernaut View Post

Does anyone know how the slim-fit oxfords and wool sweaters fit? The size charts make it look like I should size down one from my typical size (M). 

I'm kinda in the same boat. There's a couple of slim fit shirts right now that are really calling my name. I'm a medium in Gitman Vintage, but usually size down to a small in J Crew regular fit stuff. Think I can safely go with mediums in the CM slim fit stuff?
post #1405 of 2030
Medium should be fine
post #1406 of 2030

Do the chinos fit TTS?

post #1407 of 2030
Chinos run 2 sizes large for davis cut. Size 32 has 34" waist.
post #1408 of 2030
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Originally Posted by Rene_Lahm View Post

Just stumbled into the CM location at Yorkdale Mall in Toronto and was pretty impressed with the store and the collection. Seems like they're moving into the J Crew territory with both the lay out of the store, mens section at least, and the types of patterns, and styles in comparison to previous years. They also seem to be offering some items that are outsourced to other clothing makers that do it better, but bear their logo. Either way, I really liked what they have and would keep more of an eye for them next time i'm in the market for some new items. I had recently bought a plaid button up, really like the pattern, pretty unique and not as boring as some other stuff out there, like Banana Republic, Gap, etc.

Loving this shirt. Rocking it tonight
http://www.clubmonaco.ca/product/index.jsp?productId=15747536&cp=12266410.12280856.12770911&ab=viewall

You're joking right? That's one of the worst stores for CM from a guy's perspective. It's narrow and it's small. I get your J.Crew analogy but I rather haev a large section like Eaton's Center.
post #1409 of 2030
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Originally Posted by Potsnu View Post

You're joking right? That's one of the worst stores for CM from a guy's perspective. It's narrow and it's small. I get your J.Crew analogy but I rather haev a large section like Eaton's Center.

Was talking to one of the sales guys there and they mentioned that the Yorkdale location is higher up in the pecking order in terms of getting more limited items. Not sure if this is true, I haven't been to the Eaton Centre location in a while... I did notice the Yorkdale location has the McNairy footwear though...
post #1410 of 2030
^Its true, Yorkdale does sell more of the third party stuff. Bloor street has a good selection of third party stuff also
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