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post #706 of 2018
Yeah they usually have like 3-4 regular fit shirts in very basic patterns. No where close to the selection of the slim fits.
post #707 of 2018
Tried on that sweater after work... did not buy and probably will not even if it goes on sale. Fit is boxy and does not feel very nice.
post #708 of 2018
How are US prices compared to Canadian prices? Going to be in NYC for a few days.
post #709 of 2018
I imagine it would be a whole lot cheaper in the US... isn't everything? baldy[1].gif
post #710 of 2018
Anybody tried on the MADE IN US shirts? Do their shirts a little more relax then the slim line? As always XS is too small, and SM is too big for their shirting
post #711 of 2018
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Originally Posted by Fycus View Post

Regular weight wool knit. Not luxurious soft but not real itchy 100% wool and made in China. It was a must cop for me after student discount. Fit well and according to sales associate each store isn't getting new stock, so for those looking for a discount don't sleep unless you're a weird size

Agreed. Sweater fits decent. Not a must have, but will hunt during sales time.
post #712 of 2018
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Originally Posted by CanuckBassist View Post

How are US prices compared to Canadian prices? Going to be in NYC for a few days.


From my experience the prices are the exact same.  At least in Chicago and San Fran when I visited, same tags and everything.

post #713 of 2018
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Originally Posted by irbe View Post

Anybody tried on the MADE IN US shirts? Do their shirts a little more relax then the slim line? As always XS is too small, and SM is too big for their shirting

I asked someone recently at the store about that and they said the sizing should be the same. I do own some of the non made in america slim fit shirts and I find they stretch out quite a bit after a day of wearing. They are usually pretty decent when I first put them on but after about an hour it feels pretty loose all over.
post #714 of 2018
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129$
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Copped as well. Looks nice with my shirts.
post #715 of 2018
I stopped by the Bloor location and apparently today was their reopening. They were giving out drinks and appetizers, and one guy was getting a haircut, while another was getting a shoe shine. The mens section looks cozy, but I think the rope for a hand rail is an accident waiting to happen. Not that you really need the hand rail, but the steps are a bit steep. Anyways, there seems to be a bit of a sale on. Think I might stop by the Fairview and pick up a sweater.
post #716 of 2018
I was actually pretty impressed with the new mens section at the Bloor location.
post #717 of 2018
they posted some pics of Bloor shop on FB, the store looks real nice. and I do agree with everyone else on this thread that CM has brought up the game this season I really want a lotta of their stuffs. I'll definitely check it out after Xmas when it goes to deep discount.
post #718 of 2018

FYI, 30% off reduced priced items starting today until Sunday I believe.

post #719 of 2018
If anyone's still interested, they had the cotton suits from the summer out today (downtown Vancouver) - ended up being $180 all in (tagged 199 and 100, -30% should have been $210 -- not sure how it ended up at $180). Not a bad deal for a casual suit.
post #720 of 2018
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Originally Posted by ineffable View Post

If anyone's still interested, they had the cotton suits from the summer out today (downtown Vancouver) - ended up being $180 all in (tagged 199 and 100, -30% should have been $210 -- not sure how it ended up at $180). Not a bad deal for a casual suit.


Oooh, this actually sounds pretty interesting. Got pictures / direct links? Also, I'd probably need a proxy.

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