Paul Stuart Sales

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by mussel, Apr 5, 2005.

  1. Patrick Bateman

    Patrick Bateman Senior member

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    (johnnynorman3 @ April 12 2005,08:18) Are those the ties you bought today?
    Yeah, I got the ties today. I posted pics of my new linen spectators in the spectator thread. Â Here are some other nice examples. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Nice--very nice. And to, think, you got all 5 for scarcely more than the retail price of 1 pair of E. Greens.
     


  2. zjpj83

    zjpj83 Senior member

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    Did you get the winter-weight brownish one with the ticket pocket? I almost got that suit, it was really nice.

    The shoes were right out on top. However, I noticed the 7 1/2 Ds (don't know if that's your size) weren't really out on the table for some reason - they were underneath a table opposite where they should have been.
     


  3. oscarthewild

    oscarthewild Senior member

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    Is it still worth going? I was lookng for 10.5 shoes?

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  4. norcaltransplant

    norcaltransplant Senior member

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    Nope, I need basics. I bought a half-canvassed navy suit with a really fine weave... mediocre quality and definitely a notch below the standards on this board, but for $300 for something that fits, I can't complain. The other was a full-canvassed Samuelsohn, 2-B SB, single-vent (my odd personal preference), 4-season 120s gray pinstripe.

    EDIT: Go now, be fast. They probably around 50-100 per half size. Think of the PS sale before Christmas, knock $50 off the price, and maintain the same selection/broken sizes. The shoes and ties are the best bargains, and the suitings are decent values if you are a hard to fit size. They even offered semi-longs.
     


  5. dah328

    dah328 Senior member

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    I would think it's still worth going for shoes. There were lots there.

    dan
     


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    Absolutely worth it. I just bought 4 pair in 10D, but there was great selection in 10.5D as well. Wow.

    -s
     


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  8. zjpj83

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    sashae, I love the first ones. I really would have liked those, but they only had them in sort of a greenish-brown in my size. Good haul.
     


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    sales like this make me annoyed that i'm stuck in DC area....
     


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    I think I'm going to head back on the last day to see if I can pick up a few other things at super discount -- I was very, VERY tempted by the black/white specs, but at $180 I felt I should get things that I'll be able to wear more broadly.

    -s
     


  11. Patrick Bateman

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    Sashae, I love the second from the top. Great choice..
     


  12. kabert

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    Wow.... It is depressing thinking about how great this sale sounds, especially for huge Paul Stuart fans like me.

    By the way, I don't think it's accurate to call the "regular" line of PS suits "Samuelson suits." From what I understand, Paul Stuart provides the fabric and the design specs to Samuelson. The only thing Samuelsohn does is cut and sew the suits together. Thus, these are not simply "re-badged" Samuelsohn suits and jackets.
     


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    2 Stuart's choice suits- only got charge $400 for each.
    2 SC shoes, jodhpur boot and that funky side lace thing
    1 unllined rough silk SC
    3 pair pants

    all for the retail of the more expensive suit.
     


  14. bry2000

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    You guys are killing me. If they were still running the Concord, I'd be on my way. What a week to be stuck in London.
     


  15. zjpj83

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    Nice. I tried on those side-lace things, which I thought I would really like, but they fit kind of narrowly on me.

    I'm so glad that Style Forum has sent so many people to this sale who appreciate the stuff there.
     


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