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Last winter, I bought two merino wool v-neck sweaters from Target. Very nice colors, and the cut isn't bad either.That's very interesting. I know some here might tend to scoff a bit at it, but I think it's a very positive thing. Of course, their MTM dress shirts are at the exact same price point as Jantzen. But for the average businessman I would consider it a very good option. It would be interesting to see a comparison between Target and Land's End, although isn't the latter more expensive?
My wife has an awful time finding jeans that will fit her well. I'm going to encourage her to try the MTM jeans.
Some of Target's clothing items are of decent quality, especially at that retail price point. Their Merona knitwear, for example, is made in Australia, which is also where Land's End's is (at least some of it). I just bought some Merona undershirts after a couple of strong recommendations on Ask Andy.
It's interesting to me how Target does a good job of avoiding third world labor. Your stuff was made in England; I've seen knitwear from Australia. The Merona undershirts I bought were made in Canada. Compare that to the DKNY and Polo undershirts I have (purchased at Marshall's) that were made in Central/South America.The tag states "Made in England from Fine Italian Merino Wool". Â I couldn't believe that they were made in England.
(VersaceMan @ 27 Aug. 2004, 11:53) The tag states "Made in England from Fine Italian Merino Wool". Â I couldn't believe that they were made in England.Quote: