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post #721 of 2028
Which store in Toronto usually has the largest sale section anyways? I was in NYC a few days ago, and the Flatiron store's sale section blew me away.
post #722 of 2028
I'd say Eaton but I haven't been to the new Bloor location store after it re-opened...
post #723 of 2028
They don't really have much of a sale section right now since they probably sent off all the old inventory to other stores prior to the renovation.
post #724 of 2028
I was at eaton's yesterday and damn it was PACKEDDDDDD.. The line up was long. F that.
post #725 of 2028
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Originally Posted by CanuckBassist View Post

They don't really have much of a sale section right now since they probably sent off all the old inventory to other stores prior to the renovation.

Well today there was the 30% off sale, so quite a bit was on sale. I went again and almost bought something, but the store only has 1 mens change room, so I walked to the Eaton Centre, where of course they didn't have what I was looking for.
post #726 of 2028
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Originally Posted by Dr Huh? View Post

Well today there was the 30% off sale, so quite a bit was on sale. I went again and almost bought something, but the store only has 1 mens change room, so I walked to the Eaton Centre, where of course they didn't have what I was looking for.

I thought it was just 30% off already reduced items, and most items were not on sale?
post #727 of 2028
Still, it's better than nothing.
post #728 of 2028
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I was actually pretty impressed with the new mens section at the Bloor location.

+1

It's like a small oasis in the sartorial wasteland known as Toronto. That peacoat fits way better than the slim Schott I tried on too. Was tempted.. oh so tempted. shog[1].gif
post #729 of 2028
Eaton's probably has the largest sales section. Bloor's definitely the nicest store (I'm really impressed actually) but while they do have the made in USA stuff and some special boots/shoes, they don't have much in the line of sales stuff.

also to keep in mind, 30% off is good, but really on a $20-50 item, the 20% student card always works so you're saving a few bucks. Now worth fighting for items and standing in line for that IMO.
post #730 of 2028
650

Tempted, but i decided to hold off until it gets marked down at least a little bit
post #731 of 2028
^ That looks nice
post #732 of 2028
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Originally Posted by MinnesotaNice View Post

650
Tempted, but i decided to hold off until it gets marked down at least a little bit

frown.gif didn't look nearly as slim on me.
post #733 of 2028


That's still full price, right?

 

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650
Tempted, but i decided to hold off until it gets marked down at least a little bit


 

post #734 of 2028
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Originally Posted by sooch View Post

frown.gif didn't look nearly as slim on me.

its an XS, i'm 5'11/150. Still full price at $129 i believe
post #735 of 2028
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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post

Eaton's probably has the largest sales section. Bloor's definitely the nicest store (I'm really impressed actually) but while they do have the made in USA stuff and some special boots/shoes, they don't have much in the line of sales stuff.
also to keep in mind, 30% off is good, but really on a $20-50 item, the 20% student card always works so you're saving a few bucks. Now worth fighting for items and standing in line for that IMO.

20% student card is fine if you're a student, or still have your student card. I'm not, and I don't, so I rely on the stores to have these types of sales.
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