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Robert graham

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Timothy, Jan 15, 2003.

  1. Timothy

    Timothy Well-Known Member

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    Just found some of his shirts at TJMaxx, and also picked one up. It was a pale pink button up with all these nautical looking oval crests embroidered on the front in bright green, blue, and other colors. It just seemed too over the top prep style, as if Donatella took over at Polo, so I had to just buy it. Now the reason I bring this up on the board is that I swear I saw this label before, either online or down at one of the stores at Tyson's Corner. (If not this exact label then another designer doing the very same thing.) Now I checked, but can't find any info except for one site selling a white button up with what is said to be a surf board stitched on the front. Can anyone provide any info on this company, what these crests are they use, and where this line is typically sold at? (I would guess Saks since it seems Maxx is getting a bunch of stuff from them now. Hey Pstoller they even had Jhane Barnes shirts for like $30 or $40.) Also what is the price point on this label too? Thanks.
     
  2. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member

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    Around here, Robert Graham shirts can be found at any number of stores, from trendier Macy's to Bloomingdales to Saks. I think that I saw a few of those shirts at Lisa Kline Men as well. Although the shirts vary in price from store to store, I think that in general they retail between $70-$100. Too rich for my blood for the styles they offer, but I might be tempted to pick a couple up on deep, deep, discount.
     
  3. Timothy

    Timothy Well-Known Member

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    Well if you have actually a Marshall's (sorry got the two mixed up above) around you you should go there. I got this one on clearance for $18. The local one also had a bunch of Pringle sweaters on clearance for $20 to $29 too. Since they had so many Pringles I'm going to wait to they go to final clearance and then get a few.
     

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