- Jun 15, 2005
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Len Logsdail reviews cheap/mid range suits in in Sept 2 Wall Street Journal. Unfortunately, the online WSJ requires a subscription and I won't violate SF rules in reprinting it here.
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Len Logsdail reviews cheap/mid range suits in in Sept 2 Wall Street Journal. Unfortunately, the online WSJ requires a subscription and I won't violate SF rules in reprinting it here.Originally Posted by ragdoll
Just read this article in today's Journal. I think Mr. Logsdail is just saying what must of us on this forum have figured out already, that while the better made and more expensive suits are definitely higher quality and look better, it's not worth paying full retail for them.Originally Posted by Bradford
I saw the Target suits today...I'm not sure I agree with Leonard on this one but his knowledge is far deeper than mine. One wonders what Costco could do if they did jackets based on their pants... I think the WSJ blew a chance to bring some knowledge to its audience. C'mon the WSJ reader isn't buying from Kohl's or Target are they? Isn't that the USA Today audience?Originally Posted by Artisan Fan
I saw the Target suits today...I'm not sure I agree with Leonard on this one but his knowledge is far deeper than mine.Originally Posted by Artisan Fan