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Originally Posted by Teggeh View Post


Shoes typically don't fit my foot that well and take awhile to find one that does. So sadly, in person is the only way I'd be comfortable to buy.

Until I find a brand with sizing that works for me everytime, then it's off to the internet I go.

Consult with Pediwear or Herring. I recall reading that you can mail them an outline of your foot that you have drawn on paper then they can advise on a size/last.
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Harrolds 50% of the 24th-25th August. That usually means Pal Zileri (mainline) and Corneliani for about $1100, Caruso for about $1300.
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So - has P Johnson ever had a Christmas sale?
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Originally Posted by kickstart View Post

So - has P Johnson ever had a Christmas sale?
Bit hard since everything is MTO..
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With Spring looming, I'm going to start looking for winter clothes at bargain prices. First up, where can I get a pair of slim mid-grey flannel trousers
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Originally Posted by Phat Guido View Post

Bit hard since everything is MTO..

I agree...but with the Christmas sales this year bound to be huge after further dismal retail results I am wondering whether he will need to have a smallish sale to compete with all the other suit options.
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Originally Posted by Phat Guido View Post

Bit hard since everything is MTO..

LOL.

(BTW, met PJ yesterday.)
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Originally Posted by blahman View Post

With Spring looming, I'm going to start looking for winter clothes at bargain prices. First up, where can I get a pair of slim mid-grey flannel trousers

How mid do you like your mid?

There were a few pairs of 'light to mid' grey flannel trousers with patch pockets at the Herringbone Warehouse in Surry Hills for $99.
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I agree...but with the Christmas sales this year bound to be huge after further dismal retail results I am wondering whether he will need to have a smallish sale to compete with all the other suit options.

Everytime I'm in the Melbourne showroom, there are heaps of suits, like 10+ waiting to be picked up. I come back a week later, and there are another 5 or more ready to be picked up. I don't think they are struggling to find business.
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I agree...but with the Christmas sales this year bound to be huge after further dismal retail results I am wondering whether he will need to have a smallish sale to compete with all the other suit options.
- I see your point, but his price point is very competitive that it is a no brainer compared to what is available RRP in stores
- being MTO, he does not carry any stock & prices vary on cloth availability
- also being MTO there are many options to factor
- finally the PJ business models is quite lean unlike retailers
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Originally Posted by quar View Post


Everytime I'm in the Melbourne showroom, there are heaps of suits, like 10+ waiting to be picked up. I come back a week later, and there are another 5 or more ready to be picked up. I don't think they are struggling to find business.

You sure those aren't all Tom's stuff???!! Man is a card-carrying clotheshorse. lol8[1].gif
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Originally Posted by apropos View Post


You sure those aren't all Tom's stuff???!! Man is a card-carrying clotheshorse. lol8[1].gif
- Tom has about 5 suits in total..
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Originally Posted by quar View Post


Everytime I'm in the Melbourne showroom, there are heaps of suits, like 10+ waiting to be picked up. I come back a week later, and there are another 5 or more ready to be picked up. I don't think they are struggling to find business.
- agreed, the SYD business is even bigger.
- I struggle to get an apt unless booking 2 weeks in advance
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Originally Posted by Phat Guido View Post

- Tom has about 5 suits in total..

Wait, including the ones in the windows? IIRC there were 6 jackets there, of which at least 3 were suit seperates.
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Interesting feedback. Thanks guys. Looks I won't need to 'time' my purchase smile.gif
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