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Where will Incotex go after Daffy's?

post #1 of 5
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Now that Daffy's is on its last few weeks in existence, does anyone have any ideas as to where Incotex will start being discounted? Presumably Daffy's has already stopped buying any leftover stock, so Slowear, Incotex's owners, must have already found a place to dump their wares, or at least be thinking about it. Presumably the people behind incotex read this site, though I doubt they'll comment.
post #2 of 5
Incotex stuff pops up on Gilt every now and again, but prices are 3-4x what they were at Daffy's.
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Now that Daffy's is on its last few weeks in existence, does anyone have any ideas as to where Incotex will start being discounted? Presumably Daffy's has already stopped buying any leftover stock, so Slowear, Incotex's owners, must have already found a place to dump their wares, or at least be thinking about it. Presumably the people behind incotex read this site, though I doubt they'll comment.

Those days are OVER.

Accept it.
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Bought a pair of linen chinolinos from Marshall's a few weeks ago for my dad (size 36). They were $79. There wasn't a huge selection, but they had three pair in corduroy, linen and canvas. All were between $79 and $99.
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Those days are OVER.
Accept it.
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