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What's your favorite "sleeper" brand?

InfamousX

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I think mine is "Theory". Although their clothes are still expensive for the average person, they are relatively unknown. I like that the clothes are stylish but not branded. And most of their shirts fit me well right off the rack. Actually I'm only referring to their shirts since I don't own any of their pants.
 

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I've always been a Pullman man, but whatever floats your boat.
 

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I'm not sure if it counts, but I just bought a Khaki colored Cotton peacoat for the Fall from Land's End Canvas for $80. EXACTLY what I was looking for, and the only place I could find it after searching high and low. Definitely a fan now
 

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I like the private label stuff from bergdorf.
Their shirts are cut really nice and their fabrics are generally superior to all their PL peers--NM, S5th, etc. They're shoes are also well made, nice and substantial.
 

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There is this tailor in the south of italy... something with Rooby...
 

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Ryan Rowe for me. I have 3 pairs of shoes from them and 2 of them get the most wear. The best casual shoes out there.
 

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Shirts - Oriali - not sure if these are made anymore.
Pants - Haven't tried them yet but a place nearby sells Hiltl.
BR sweaters, not sure why. Just like them.
 

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Brooks Bros. For the most part, people can't tell since there are no logos, and the service/warranty's great.

Same with Lands End.
 

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Originally Posted by intent
Brooks Bros. For the most part, people can't tell since there are no logos, and the service/warranty's great.

Same with Lands End.



+1. LOVE Brooks Brothers on sale for Sport Shirts and odds and ends
 

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I ain't telling

 

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In general I would say those who are not really brands but rather manufacturers producing under their own label. E.g. Piacenza 1733 (similar to Loro Piana I think) for wonderful cashmere sweaters, which they also make for many high-end brands.
 

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Non-Polo RL (everything, suits, shoes, dress shirts, sport shirts, sportswear)
Brooks Bros. dress shirts
 

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