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Brooks Brothers Ties at Marshalls

BGates

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Went to Marshalls today and saw some Brooks Brothers ties. Didn't buy any of them because I went to the tags and it said: irregular, was wondering what this meant as they looked basically fine to me but I was skeptical to buy.
 

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Yeah they were $15, they looked pretty nice, some of them were not that great though.
 

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When I saw them there and at TJ Max it looked like the patterns were crooked for the most part, that is my guess on their irregularity. I wouldn't have know it was irregular if it didn't say anything.
 

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sometimes youll find a pulled thread or a slight spot or discoloration-- youll want to take a close eye to the one you purchase, but you can find a ties +/- the price of ebay
 

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on occasion I'll come across a BB Makers tie with no defects on the racks. Seems like they get sneaked in everytime they get a batch of irregulars.
 

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One lunch hour, cruising Marshalls I stumbled onto a pile of Dunhill (for real) ties in the latest colors and width. I bought about a dozen and later discovered microscopic flaws in a few (very faint pulls in a couple) otherwise they were fine. I'm sure they were seconds, but at <1/10 the price, I had NO second thoughts.
 

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I was at one of our locals tonight and they had mostly 346s, some "irregulars" with no specific line named on them, and a few makers. Same prices. No patterns that interested me.
 

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Not a fan of any of the Brooks Brothers ties I've seen at Marshall's and TJ Maxx... they're pretty lightweight and flimsy... not substantial... felt cheap. I like a tie with some substance. If those ties didn't have the Brooks Brothers labels, would you still be interested in them? They suck, as far as ties go.
 

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Does Marshalls sell anything worthwhile (besides some of these BB ties)?
 

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Originally Posted by btinl
Does Marshalls sell anything worthwhile (besides some of these BB ties)?

the occasional gem- HF mainline, RL made in italy, even RLPL once in a blue moon.
 

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Originally Posted by btinl
Does Marshalls sell anything worthwhile (besides some of these BB ties)?

The local ones here had a raft of Lorenzini shirts last year...all gingham.

The BB irregulars I've seen at Marshalls (and T.J, Maxx) have all had noticeable creasing or appear to be asymmetrical.
 

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