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post #451 of 1924
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Originally Posted by SPK View Post
found it in one of the NY stores. $249

Thanks. Damn didn't know it was that expensive.
post #452 of 1924
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Originally Posted by Dr Huh? View Post
I have a feeling American stores have lower prices than Canadian stores.
Doubt it, I find shirts marked down to $19 in TO as well. I think the $59 is only the first markdown -- the price tags were still marked in blue ink when I was there a few days ago, and not red which is usually the bargain basement prices.
post #453 of 1924
speaking of markdowns I got an email last weekend about price drops for the holiday ... for anybody thats been to a store lately, have they marked down the summer sportcoats?
post #454 of 1924
Checked out the CM in SF last night. Kop'd the light jacket w/ corduroy collar, marked down to $79 + additional 20% for student discount. (score!) Note there were a few racks in the back with the jackets, blazers, cardigans, sweaters, shirts that looked like from last season. Nothing was marked down on the tag, but they certainly were on sale. $19 stuff didn't have much selection, just some shirts/polos $39 stuff had a variety of shirts, but mostly washed and linen and stuff, wasn't interested $59 stuff had a bunch that I liked, but wasn't going in at that price--chambrays, oxfords, dress shirts--would kop near the $19-$39 price point + 20% additional off for SD. No yellow rain jacket in sight. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
They asked to see my student ID, but if they had looked closely, they would have seen it was my wife's old ID from last decade...ymmv
post #455 of 1924
I went to the Club Monaco in San Jose and it sucks. The jacket with the corduroy collar is that this one: http://lifebysaje.files.wordpress.co...-bag.jpg?w=749 I saw a mid thigh length jacket with a corduroy collar that looks like j crews fireman jacket but it was $129.
post #456 of 1924
Strange that the fireman's jacket is still around anywhere. I got mine, marked down to $79, last fall I think.
post #457 of 1924
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Originally Posted by Timbaland View Post
I went to the Club Monaco in San Jose and it sucks. The jacket with the corduroy collar is that this one: http://lifebysaje.files.wordpress.co...-bag.jpg?w=749
yep, that one, but mines in blue. Slim fit, raglan sleeves, TTS. There were roughly one of each size still at the store, after discount and tax ~$69.
post #458 of 1924
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Originally Posted by tomorrowstars View Post
Strange that the fireman's jacket is still around anywhere. I got mine, marked down to $79, last fall I think.

Yea I guess that was the fireman's jacket I saw then. It had no original tag, just a handwritten one that said field jacket I think. It's a nice jacket but the fit looked off on me.



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yep, that one, but mines in blue. Slim fit, raglan sleeves, TTS.

There were roughly one of each size still at the store, after discount and tax ~$69.

Thanks. I think the SF one is a flagship store. I've been there once and it has a lot more stuff than the San Jose one.
post #459 of 1924
Some recent CM purchases...

- 3 Slim Fit OCBD shirts (paid $39 ea, marked down from $59 ea)
- "Kenneth" Cardigan (paid $39, marked down from $98)
- "Holden 2 Button Pullover" (paid $39, marked down from $98)
- Slim Fit Dress Shirt, best "slim fit" dress shirt that fits almost perfect OTR (paid $19, marked down from $89!)
- 2 pair of "Davis Lightweight Chinos", these are a slim fit and are actually slim. Seriously one of the best fitting pair of pants I've ever put on. These weren't marked down but I didn't mind paying full price since they fit so well.
- Cotton "Summer Tie"

Used my "student discount" too.
post #460 of 1924
Club Monaco seems to have sold off most of their sale items, as most of the stuff I saw today was still quite expensive. A chambray shirt was $99, marked down from $138. Most other shirts were $59 and up.
post #461 of 1924
Found one near me which is pretty exciting but nothing was on sale, I'll probably go back later in the summer to check again.
post #462 of 1924
What's regular price on the lightweight chinos?

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Some recent CM purchases...

- 3 Slim Fit OCBD shirts (paid $39 ea, marked down from $59 ea)
- "Kenneth" Cardigan (paid $39, marked down from $98)
- "Holden 2 Button Pullover" (paid $39, marked down from $98)
- Slim Fit Dress Shirt, best "slim fit" dress shirt that fits almost perfect OTR (paid $19, marked down from $89!)
- 2 pair of "Davis Lightweight Chinos", these are a slim fit and are actually slim. Seriously one of the best fitting pair of pants I've ever put on. These weren't marked down but I didn't mind paying full price since they fit so well.
- Cotton "Summer Tie"

Used my "student discount" too.
post #463 of 1924
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Originally Posted by swisschalet View Post
What's regular price on the lightweight chinos?

$69.50, so $55.60 if you have a student ID.
post #464 of 1924
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Originally Posted by kraands View Post
$69.50, so $55.60 if you have a student ID.
picked up a couple pairs today. Fit is good, better I'd say than the same fit (Davis) in regular weight, especially in the top block... or at least the fabric drapes better Also, you can take advantage of the free hemming in combination with the student discount, so that's another $10-12/pair saved.
post #465 of 1924
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Originally Posted by Meis View Post
picked up a couple pairs today. Fit is good, better I'd say than the same fit (Davis) in regular weight, especially in the top block... or at least the fabric drapes better

Also, you can take advantage of the free hemming in combination with the student discount, so that's another $10-12/pair saved.

Was at the Lincoln Park store on Sunday and picked up a shirt for $39. Saw the Davis fit dress pants, but wasn't about to pay full price for them. How is the fit on those? I have a pair of the Wright fit, but the rise on those pants is super high.
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