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If you were allowed to shop at only one store...

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by von Rothbart, Dec 3, 2004.

  1. von Rothbart

    von Rothbart Senior member

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    The consideration is who has the most gems, the best price and range of merchandise.
     
  2. von Rothbart

    von Rothbart Senior member

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    My first choice is Last Call. I would have chosen C21 if not for their weak shoe department.
     
  3. Tokyo Slim

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    I uh..wouldn't pick a clothing store as my first priority... Now that you can see that I'm a traitor, I fully expect to be hung by the ankles, and beaten severely with fresh switches. ...but TJ MAXX?[​IMG] Are you kidding me?
     
  4. drizzt3117

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    I chose nordstrom rack because it's the best one we have exposure to, I would probably choose Filene's basement if I was still in MA.
     
  5. johnw86

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    Filene's for the range of merchandise and mix of brands.
     
  6. nightowl6261a

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    Here it seems the Off 5th is better than the Nordstrom's Rack, also easier to get to, they stuck the Rack way the hell out from anything so it would not bother the regular stores.
     
  7. Kaga

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    Must say, the Barneys Outlets are generally horrible, at least for men's clothing. They sell mainly own-label clothes and some Boss, but not at particularly attractive discounts. The selection appears consistent from season to season with little in the way of gems. It appears the good stuff at Barneys, which has a gigantic eclectic range of men's clothing, goes out during the Warehouse Sales and then gets spun out to Filenes Basement and, to a much lesser degree, TJ Maxx/Marshalls.
     
  8. mussel

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    I kid you not. Here're some of the stuffs I got from TJ Maxx: RLPL shirts $40 Pantherella over-the-calf socks $5 RLPL cashmere sweater $100 Fratelli Rossetti $90 RLPL Whittaker $150 no trees Frette queen bed set $180 (4 pillow cases, 1 flat & 1 fitted sheets, duvet cover in each set)
     
  9. johnnynorman3

    johnnynorman3 Senior member

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    WHAT THE &*Y(%#*Y%(U%#*((%&#(*%&Q(%&#(*&Q(*%&(*Q#%&(*#Q%T&U (*&U% (*#TUY& (_{..........................................................................................................................

    What TJ Maxx have you been shopping at? You must tell me..

    The only reason I'd choose TJ Maxx -- I scored 12 Trafalgar alligator belts for $20 a piece. The profits from me selling said belts turned into the left quarter of my closet.
     
  10. marc37

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    You guys just make me mad. l have never heard of such good deals. How do you do it. Damn. [​IMG] Oh, if l were allowed to shop at only one store it would be Kiton because of the shoes. Surely Kiton RTW shoes must be better (more durable and better made) than factory made Edward Green RTW shoes.
     
  11. mussel

    mussel Senior member

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    The store is in

    eOgNiMrBtPhDa

    You have to unscrambled it.
     
  12. drizzt3117

    drizzt3117 Senior member

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    I have had similar deals from Marshall's, not too many from TJ Maxx though, although I bought a bunch of Talbott ties there for $10 and resold.
     

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