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post #841 of 2059
And one of the others is wearing one from Suit Supply. Been hearing lots of good things about them.
post #842 of 2059
Anyone on here that works at the Eaton centre location?
post #843 of 2059

Seems like most of the button-ups in the new collection are "classic" fit and not "slim". Shame.

post #844 of 2059

^^ i kno right? is everyone getting fat now thats why?, geez, us skinny people need clothes too. 

post #845 of 2059
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Originally Posted by supreme717 View Post

^^ i kno right? is everyone getting fat now thats why?, geez, us skinny people need clothes too. 

that's a rhetorical question right? mwink[1].gif
post #846 of 2059
how low do their discounts drop
i returned a jacket @ 269 because I saw it drop to 200
any chance it'll go lower or should i just get it now
post #847 of 2059
it really depends, but they will drop the price till it sells. that means you might have to go all the time to make sure they still have it.
post #848 of 2059
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Originally Posted by dunelly View Post

how low do their discounts drop
i returned a jacket @ 269 because I saw it drop to 200
any chance it'll go lower or should i just get it now

If the the price is in red, I think that's as low as it gets.
post #849 of 2059

Hi guys,

 

I swung into the Mall of America CM yesterday and picked up a few button-up shirts.  I'm 5'6" and the extra small slim fit shirts fit me incredibly well everywhere but length.  The bottom of the shirt contours very similar to my dress shirts (no surprise), but I'd like to wear them casually, untucked.  The BR slim fit shirts have the ideal length I'm looking for. 

 

Question:  If I bring the shirt in to get hemmed, can the tailor change the "shape" of the contoured bottom?  For instance, I would like the very front and back of the shirt hemmed about 2 inches (so it doesn't look like I'm wearing a dress when they're untucked), but the sides of the shirt I would like to remain the length they are.  I appreciate any info.  Thanks all.

post #850 of 2059
Yes it can be done, and yes I have that problem too. Tell a tailor to shorten the hem in the front and back 1-2" and leave the sides alone so the taper is less aggressive.
post #851 of 2059
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Originally Posted by Fycus View Post

Yes it can be done, and yes I have that problem too. Tell a tailor to shorten the hem in the front and back 1-2" and leave the sides alone so the taper is less aggressive.

Just be careful that you don't shorten the front too much, so that the bottom button ends up too close to the hem.
post #852 of 2059
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$25ish after tax ... made in italy fair isle knit tie. total copy wannabe of the EG fair isle tie but for like 1/5 of the price smile.gif
post #853 of 2059
Nice pick up RKD. Was eyeing that too. Wish the pattern was the entire tie. I think CM has solids accessories when it comes to their ties. I own like 3-4 of them
post #854 of 2059
yeah i never gave them much thought for accessories, but was looking through the sales rack and a lot of their ties are pretty solid for a really cheap price

although my dad always jokes that Made in X doesnt mean anything anymore if its made in the streets or in the ghetto or by foreigners in that country lol
post #855 of 2059
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Originally Posted by sgo8 View Post

Seems like most of the button-ups in the new collection are "classic" fit and not "slim". Shame.

Great news for me b/c I'm a huge fan of their 'classic fit'. I'm really glad to see it making a comeback after almost completely disappearing during the summer. I wonder if they brought it back for the F/W line because the roomier fit lends itself better to layering?

Now if only they started making their trousers in a 29 waist...
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