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where to buy shirts

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by sartorially senseless, Jul 12, 2006.

  1. drizzt3117

    drizzt3117 Well-Known Member

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  2. wvuguy

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    i would suggest Jos A Banks...particularly if you need a full cut shirt, although their new Joseph line is a very nice trim fit.

    Last weekend i picked up 3 shirts for a total of $98.00...i am sure you can get the same deal through the web site or catalog.


    I'd agree with Joe Bank; I personally believe their products are at least a half-cut above the typical Department Store line; and as was stated, sizeable reductions from MSRP on their website are virtually constant.

    They've also been running a two shirts for $59.99 clearance in their stores most of the summer. Obviously, the clearance table isn't the best place to find precisely what you want, and you'll virtually never find the typical white OCBD or broadcloth staple.....especially at a size like mine (16/35). But, like with most clearances, you'll find occasional examples of products like their higher-end Signature shirts at really good prices.
     

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