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post #841 of 925
40%, but only applies to some items.
post #842 of 925

is this online or in stores only?

post #843 of 925

I believe, at least from previous years, it is online as well. I generally would wait till the end of the season to go to your local flagship or have items shipped to you from other stores for 60-80% off. PL and BL at less than that is simply overpriced, especially PL. and if you happen to be in the nyc area, the sample sale around the beginning of june has a great selection for 65-85% off on all BL and PL.

post #844 of 925

i assume by then there's not going to be many Small/Mediums or 30-32 waist sizes

post #845 of 925

Are there any SAs here that can help us place an order?

post #846 of 925

sorry if this is the wrong thread but i couldnt find a RL black label thread. I was talking to a sales associate who is telling me that I can wear RL dress shirts and they'll have a slim fit. My measurements are 16.5 neck, 38 chest, 32 sleeve, 32 waist. From what I am finding, a 16.5 neck RLBL shirt will have around a 46-48" chest. that is beyond hope for tailoring isnt it?

post #847 of 925
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sorry if this is the wrong thread but i couldnt find a RL black label thread. I was talking to a sales associate who is telling me that I can wear RL dress shirts and they'll have a slim fit. My measurements are 16.5 neck, 38 chest, 32 sleeve, 32 waist. From what I am finding, a 16.5 neck RLBL shirt will have around a 46-48" chest. that is beyond hope for tailoring isnt it?

Need tailoring
post #848 of 925

custom made or can a shirt be tailored that much? even at 50% off a BL dress shirt is still $150 + cost of tailoring. i'm sure i could get custom made shirts for cheaper than that i just havent seen any places that has great fabrics or reputation. any recommendations?

post #849 of 925
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custom made or can a shirt be tailored that much? even at 50% off a BL dress shirt is still $150 + cost of tailoring. i'm sure i could get custom made shirts for cheaper than that i just havent seen any places that has great fabrics or reputation. any recommendations?

Maybe prl custom fit is what you want
I don't know measure
Is nice and slim
post #850 of 925

i had a sales associate look up some Black Label prices on this private sale, kind of disappointing, was only 30% off. great a $550 cashmere crewneck $400 + tax just in time for 100 degree heat, not enough to excite me to buy anything

post #851 of 925
Have to say the "Extra 30" for Mem day is pretty weak... applies to practically nothing.
post #852 of 925

well i would wait until it's 70% off but by then all that will be left is XL and XXL lol. supposedly its a company strategy to make not enough smalls and mediums because people who buy those sizes  are the most likely to pay MSRP

post #853 of 925
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Originally Posted by randomnoob View Post

well i would wait until it's 70% off but by then all that will be left is XL and XXL lol. supposedly its a company strategy to make not enough smalls and mediums because people who buy those sizes  are the most likely to pay MSRP

That sounds like straight up bullshit.
post #854 of 925

i'd love to know the real reason! if small/mediums are so popular, why not make more and fewer XXLs? It brings me back to my days in middle or early high school struggling to try to wear men's clothing rather than boy's. Looking thru rack after rack, hoping a small was put back in the wrong place. And then settling for the ugly striped shirt because i found 1 in a small. 

post #855 of 925
if anyone still needs some staple RLBL anthony sold suits/blazers... i'm trying to dump several. only in short sizes left though but at almost 50% off retail.
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