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post #31 of 180
Thai selvedge denim, for around $10-30. They fit like APC standards, but with higher fade capability.
post #32 of 180
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Originally Posted by Humperdink View Post
If people are in the right area, Muji provides some pretty well-made, inexpensive basics - henleys, plain tees, chinos, linen jackets, socks, etc. And as an added bonus, you can always pick up some cheap silverware and a pillow cover in their housewares section on the way out.

Where can I buy muji? Is it just in-store, or can you buy it online?
post #33 of 180
Levi's 514's and 527's.
post #34 of 180
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Where can I buy muji? Is it just in-store, or can you buy it online?

If you live in America, you have to visit one of their stores--both of which are located in New York.
post #35 of 180
Uniqlo khakis for $40 and wool cardigan for $30
post #36 of 180
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If you live in America, you have to visit one of their stores--both of which are located in New York.

Can't say I'm that impressed during my visit to their SoHo store last month. Uniqlo/H&M/Zara (in that order) >>>> Muji, IMHO.
post #37 of 180
Uniqlo Cashmere sweaters last season for $40 each on sale
hot fire
post #38 of 180
+1 on Target Mossimo tshirts

Dickies staprest work pants, after a trip to the tailors
post #39 of 180
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Levi's 514's

Yes.
post #40 of 180
I refuse to buy t-shirts non-cheap, so that's 1. Soho isn't bad.
Army surplus is great for jackets, although tough to get them in my size. (apparently xs)
post #41 of 180
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Thai selvedge denim, for around $10-30. They fit like APC standards, but with higher fade capability.

Where do i get some? Maybe i should try these out before I invest on somthing 100 +.
post #42 of 180
Every now and then I buy something from H&M but that's about it.
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I refuse to buy t-shirts non-cheap, so that's 1.
Good. More organic bamboo tees for me
post #43 of 180
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+1 on Target Mossimo tshirts


GS man you got me addicted to those Target shirts lol, too bad the variety is so limited. About to go MTM here but planning to bring along one of my trusty Target shirts as a pattern for measurements. Probably will spend at least $150 each for shirts based on a $19.99 Merona . . .
post #44 of 180
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Thai selvedge denim, for around $10-30. They fit like APC standards, but with higher fade capability.

Please explain.
post #45 of 180
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GS man you got me addicted to those Target shirts lol, too bad the variety is so limited. About to go MTM here but planning to bring along one of my trusty Target shirts as a pattern for measurements. Probably will spend at least $150 each for shirts based on a $19.99 Merona . . .

Are you talking about the dress shirts? Are they pretty good quality. Are they pretty wrinkle resistant?
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