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post #211 of 252

Do they have thick wide ties at the store? If so then for how much?

post #212 of 252
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Originally Posted by Mr Engineer View Post

Do they have thick wide ties at the store? If so then for how much?

Yes, about $108 with tax.
post #213 of 252
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Originally Posted by Scabal Fanatic View Post

Hi,

 

Well, I went to Woodbury 3 years ago and I would not go back to be honest. There is a certain price to pay for the transportation (that is ok). The place itself may not be the most beautiful or impressive place in the world but ok.

 

There are only some stores that are good to go and from there, it depends which size you wear. For me, it was not worth it because I have not found anything of my size.  

 

The "restaurants" are not that good and there is a lot of people all the time. If you can "deal" with all of that, then it should be fine.

 

Having a Tom Ford shop is more interesting, let's be honest! LOL!

 

I agree on this. They are more interesting things for women (found a Dior cashmere dress at 600 USD instead of 4000 for a friend).

 

But I'd go back to Woodbury only to buy Frette linens at -70%. I'd never buy the retail price but god knows I love these bed sheets and at that discount, I'm buying as many as I can.

post #214 of 252
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Originally Posted by suited View Post

Yes, about $108 with tax.

Thanks for the info.I definetly need to take trip down there this year and purchase like 3 of those ties .
post #215 of 252
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Originally Posted by SeamasterLux View Post

I agree on this. They are more interesting things for women (found a Dior cashmere dress at 600 USD instead of 4000 for a friend).

But I'd go back to Woodbury only to buy Frette linens at -70%. I'd never buy the retail price but god knows I love these bed sheets and at that discount, I'm buying as many as I can.
frette =)
post #216 of 252
ok,now this is just getting ridiculous! when I was there, plenty of stuff in my size (40regular), and there was a hell of a lot more to see than bed linens. If you can't find something you enjoy browsing (if not in the mood to buy) between the stack of brioni suits at the saks outlet, the huge stores for Cucinelli, Tom Ford, Zegna, and Loro Piana, occasional finds at shoe department or streetwear in Barneys outlet.....I still think it is worth recommending for those of us lookin to find items at less than retail, before paying full price in Manhattan.

and the typical-mall-Applebees black and blue bourbon cheeseburger isn't THAT bad, should you be stranded there for lunch satisfied.gif
post #217 of 252
Made my first trip to TF Woodbury and it was pretty uneventful.

Not a wide variety of shoes, and only limited suiting in 38Rs.

Ties were $80, and they had some nice spring-summer knits.

Dress shirts were at SF pricing (approx $260).

Some nice SCs, but again, limited sizing.

Found uncommon Base models (Base L and T aplenty).

Staff was very friendly though.
post #218 of 252
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post

Made my first trip to TF Woodbury and it was pretty uneventful.

Not a wide variety of shoes, and only limited suiting in 38Rs.

Ties were $80, and they had some nice spring-summer knits.

Dress shirts were at SF pricing (approx $260).

Some nice SCs, but again, limited sizing.

Found uncommon Base models (Base L and T aplenty).

Staff was very friendly though.

Did you notice any wallet selections by chance?
post #219 of 252
They had some wallets (including crocs) but didn't check prices.
post #220 of 252

I'm going this weekend with my girlfriend. Do you know if there are any suits in size 40? What is the pricing?

post #221 of 252
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Originally Posted by NeedStyleHelp View Post

I'm going this weekend with my girlfriend. Do you know if there are any suits in size 40? What is the pricing?

Don't forget to give us a report.
post #222 of 252
Decent selection of 40s. Prices start at 2k to 3k (not SF pricing, but better than retail).
post #223 of 252
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post

Made my first trip to TF Woodbury and it was pretty uneventful.

Not a wide variety of shoes, and only limited suiting in 38Rs.

Ties were $80, and they had some nice spring-summer knits.

Dress shirts were at SF pricing (approx $260).

Some nice SCs, but again, limited sizing.

Found uncommon Base models (Base L and T aplenty).

Staff was very friendly though.

How much did the suits cost?

post #224 of 252
Anyone know for certain if Tom Ford shoe sizing is US or UK? Can't tell for sure but I'm guessing they are actually US sized - not UK sized. In other words, if shoes are stamped a 9T they are US 9... can anyone confirm?
post #225 of 252
They're closer to UK Sizing. I had a pair in 8.5 TF that were definitely 9.5 US.
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