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I'm thinking about ordering a CT cashmere sweater, as they seem to be $140 with the discount page we have.  Anyone have any experience with these?  I'm interested in the V-necks and am wondering if the construction/cashmere is quality, and how deep the v-neck is. Thanks.
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Well, I have no experience with them, but if they are like their shirts, the quality will be middle of the road at best. Of, course I could be wrong and they could well be worth it. Jon.
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Well, I mean I wasn't expecting Purple Label quality. I'm just wondering, I guess, if it is worth $140 + shipping, or if I should just hope I run into something better at that price point in the future. I mean, it's not like I NEED a cashmere sweater right now, obviously. But, I would very much like/have been wanting a navy cashmere v-neck sweater and would like to have one before next winter (which in Boston should come in the next two months or so ).
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GREAT POST quill. Thanks. I think I'll see if I can pick up a Land's End gift card on Ebay, and then perhaps I'd cut the price under 100 even. Land's End isn't the best, but that cut (specifically the higher v-neck) is exactly what I'm looking for. And a great return policy too. Certainly doesn't have "bling" value, but that's not what I'm looking for.
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GREAT POST quill.  Thanks.  I think I'll see if I can pick up a Land's End gift card on Ebay, and then perhaps I'd cut the price under 100 even.  Land's End isn't the best, but that cut (specifically the higher v-neck) is exactly what I'm looking for.  And a great return policy too.  Certainly doesn't have "bling" value, but that's not what I'm looking for.
Thanks, johnnynorman3. Yeah, I don't know where it stands in the scheme of things, but I came across the price, and thought it wasn't bad, if the quality is good. Let me know if you end up getting one, and what the quality is like.
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Not to hijack the thread for Land's End, but Quill, had you mentioned before that you had tried Land's End's "Custom" stuff? What's it like, quality/style? I like the idea of a MTM shirt from them for under $100. More than I'd usually spend (and everyone will tell me just to use Jantzen) but maybe if I get some $$ this fall...
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Not to hijack the thread for Land's End, but Quill, had you mentioned before that you had tried Land's End's "Custom" stuff? What's it like, quality/style? I like the idea of a MTM shirt from them for under $100. More than I'd usually spend (and everyone will tell me just to use Jantzen) but maybe if I get some $$ this fall...
Sorry, shoreman80, that wasn't me. I did mention, in response to your blazer question (http://www.styleforum.net/cgi-bin....nds+end), that I bought a blazer years ago that I still use, and has held up very well. Plus I have a squall jacket that's been phenomenal for its warmth and light weight. I think I have an old pair of chinos from them, too. I think they now have custom chinos, along with other stuff, but I haven't tried any of it. I'll occasionally take a peek at what they've got, because their prices are pretty low sometimes. But everyone says their return policy is great. I guess you could always try it and return it if it's not up to snuff.
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