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Charles Tyrwhitt Sale

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Artem, May 12, 2013.

  1. Artem

    Artem Well-Known Member

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    I just got 5 dress shirts, 2 sport shirts, and a polo for $250. Didn't even know about this brand. Saw the sale posted on a finance forum yesterday.

    Looks like awesome quality and selection, especially for the money. And at $30 a shirt, even if the extra slims that I bought don't fit perfectly, I can get them tailored and they will still be a good deal.

    It's going until June 9.
     


  2. biged781

    biged781 Senior Member

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    CT is in a state of perpetual "sale". I actually like CT for some filler shirts and the quality is pretty good for the price, but they're nothing spectacular.
     


  3. minervau

    minervau Senior Member

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    Nice. I like the fit of their extra slims better than BB so am in the process of switching over to Tyrwhitt. I think the shirt quality is a notch below BB, but the fit is great, and picking up shirts for $50 a pop is pretty nice compared to BB's steadily rising prices (best sale you'll ever get now is like $60 a shirt).
     


  4. bearback

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    the thing is, their shirt patterns aren't that great. I'd take advantage of these sales but I can't find 5 shirts that I like.

    Also, I don't wear ties often so I like button down collared shirts and I like to roll up my sleeves so prefer button sleeves, which they have but are less common.
     


  5. archibaldleach

    archibaldleach Distinguished Member

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    If you love complex or exotic patterns maybe, but for solids, herringbone, Bengal stripes, etc., they work just fine. I understand the button down point, though I personally hate button down collars.
     


  6. bearback

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    i wouldn't say i'm looking for complex patterns, i'm just a big fan of checks, tattersalls, ginghams, and grid shirts. I guess these would fall under more sport shirt vs dress shirt.

    i also really like oxford shirts

    if i could get bonobos' patterns at tyrwhitt prices i'd be set

    http://www.bonobos.com/b/shirts-for-men
     
    Last edited: May 13, 2013


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