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Paul Stuart

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Aristocrat, Aug 6, 2006.

  1. Aristocrat

    Aristocrat Senior Member

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    Is it just me or why aren't somebody talking of Paul Stuart?
    For me Paul Stuart is a redefinied modern gentleman, not as hipster as some folks want an modern gentleman says he should be.

    So guys, start buying Paul Stuart![​IMG]
     


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    Because much better can be had at the same price of Paul Stuart RTW. It's nice though for what it is.
     


  3. DocHolliday

    DocHolliday Stylish Dinosaur Dubiously Honored

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    The Grenson Masterpieces they carry are great shoes, but I like them a lot more at Bennie's prices than PS's.
     


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    NoVaguy Distinguished Member

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    Great stuff. They know their market, which isn't the patron of this website, and keep it simple. As such, they rarely ever go on sale, which prevents people on this here from purchasing from them.
     


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    Yes, but while PS is expensive for what it is at retail, it is often very undervalued on eBay. Jackets, at least in my size, go around $30.
     


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    On the value of the money Paul Stuart can often be beaten by, say, RL Polo on sale and the like. NYC is such a clothing mecca that Paul Stuart just doesn't stand out compare to Bergdrof, Barneys, RL Polo, Brioni, Kiton, etc etc.
     


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    On the value of the money Paul Stuart can often be beaten by, say, RL Polo on sale and the like. NYC is such a clothing mecca that Paul Stuart just doesn't stand out compare to Bergdrof, Barneys, RL Polo, Brioni, Kiton, etc etc.

    Sure, Paul Stuart isn't for the sale shopper. But Paul Stuart is priced perfectly for the customer that doesn't deal with sales. Better than Polo and cheaper than Polo at full retail. If you are rather pressed for time, but not pressed for cash, you will be much, much better off buying from Paul Stuart instead of from Polo, no matter the item. It's perfect for the market.
     


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