Best (favorites in bold):
-RRL denims - fit/quality a lot better than the N&F/Earnest Sewn/PPD/Uniqlo/J. Brands I had before, never going back
-Thom Browne OCBDs - this is pretty self explanatory, similar to Gitman but a better fit and not that much more in cost. Donated/sold almost all my polo/RRL/Rugby shirts after this. Going to move into all Thom Browne in 2012.
-Omnigod workshirts - the stitching on these shirts are amazing, shorter length and sleeves work well for me as casual shirts
-Rag & Bone peacoat from the NM price messup, so warm, nice to wear just a shirt under when it gets cold, would be perfect it it had been USA made
-Left Field Caramel Ducks - wanted this from a previous season but never got a chance before they sold out, wasn't going to wait this time around, the color is amazing
-Our legacy knits - the materials!!!
-ACNE monsoon raincoat - popped up on Yoox for an amazing price, worn about 50 times already the past four months or so and stayed dry the whole time
-Epaulet chambray - sized incorrectly and took me forever to sell
-AE Lombards - not a bad purchase but last was a bit too slim for me. Tried to make it work, just sold it a few days ago.
-APC New Standard Blacks - lot's of hype on these, didn't really like the feel/look when I got them and didn't feel like stretching them out, selling now on B&S
-SNS stark - fit just wasn't for me, should have gotten a size smaller but was worried about shoulders being to small, might pick up another one next season
-Pendleton wool jacket - was $3.24 before shipping and initially looked great. But then realized the heavy cigarette smoke / smell and after a few tries to get it out, didn't have much success. Should have just taken it to the dry cleaners but didn't seem worth the price at the start