Official Events and PSA thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by mafoofan, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. 518aata

    518aata Senior member

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    Cordovan belts are included.

    As are cordovan wallets and briefcases.
     
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    Im debating whether to buy these: http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatP...=&sectionsize= The picture is low res, but these are probably excellent in person. The last looks real nice on them.
    Yup, those look nice. EDIT: I was thinking of something else.
     
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    Wait when you say thinking of something else, do you mean you dont like those shoes?
     
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    Wait when you say thinking of something else, do you mean you dont like those shoes?
    No, I meant I thought they came in navy as well, but I was thinking of a different shoe. I like these chukkas you linked to. If I didn't have the suede perf cap-toes and a pair of Clarks desert boots, maybe I'd consider them for myself. Do you know the maker?
     
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    Unfortunately I do not know the maker. Im in the same boat though, just bought the perf cap-toes and am wearing some Clarks DB's. Honestly it is difficult to justify more expensive chukkas when the DB's are really pretty nice as is. Alright after looking around this thread claims they are AS: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=84373 Also apparently they drop way more in price than this sale. Ill snap them if I ever see them around the prices quoted in that thread, 150-200.
     
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    Im debating whether to buy these:
    http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatP...=&sectionsize=

    The picture is low res, but these are probably excellent in person. The last looks real nice on them.


    Why not get the AS Havant ?
     
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    SA at Brooks Brothers told me that shirts will be 3 for $159 on Monday. Not sure if that's their best deal coming or what.
     
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    SA at Brooks Brothers told me that shirts will be 3 for $159 on Monday. Not sure if that's their best deal coming or what.
    Do you know if that's sport or dress shirts? - Keith
     
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    Do you know if that's sport or dress shirts? - Keith
    I was talking about dress shirts with him when I asked. Not sure about sport shirts.
     
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    The best I've seen has been 25% off all regularly priced items (that was a couple months ago). June 21-July 6 BB will have a huge sale event.

    3 for $159 regular dress shirts and regular sport shirts
    2 for $159 luxury dress shirts and country club sport shirts
    3 for $119 golden fleece polos
    2 for $119 chinos
    40% off ties, sweaters, jackets
    30% off 1818 and brookscool suits, blazers, sportscoat, dress trousers
    25% off casual pants, shorts, cordovan shoes, other footwear
    50% off men's accessories, peal&co footwear
     
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    Thanks for the info. Too bad the 1818 suits are only 30% off though [​IMG]
     
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    I would order quickly, as I bet it's an error; on the front page of the site, the graphic advertising the sale states that the discounts are not applicable on shoes.



    Really? I bought a pair from JAB for $210 last Thursday with no problems at all. They're sitting next to my bed now. There's no way that I could pass up that deal.
     
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    If anyone knows what AE bargains we Canadians are eligible for, please post.
    AE for example, won't sell 'seconds' to Canada and there are no 'Tent Sales' in Canada for AE.
    That leaves Ebay and some other independant online sources?


    Yeah, or you can pay the $450 Canadian retail.... sigh.
     
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    I can't believe I missed the JOS A Bank deal - $25 off every $100 spent. Sale ends 06/15/2010.

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    Allen Edmonds kicks off their popular tent sale today. The 2010 tent sale, which runs from June 17th through June 27th, offers an opportunity to save up to 50% on all factory second and discontinued shoes. Savings are also available on belts, accessories, and other name brand shoes that Allen Edmonds carries. For example, their ad in the Sunday Journal Sentinel shows their Park Avenue shoe, which retails at $325, for a factory-second sale price of $199.
     

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