When is the Next Brooks Brothers Sale?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by NAMOR, May 12, 2011.

  1. Cuttingboard

    Cuttingboard Senior member

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    I bought several Madison 1818 Saxxon suits in November for 60% off.
     
  2. AriGold

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    Dayum, yeah the fabrics felt really good to me with great collar and cuff construction. I'm a 16/35 so that's probably a pretty common size . I think $140 for the ESF luxury is still a bit steep no?
     
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    urfloormatt Well-Known Member

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    Don't understand why they don't have basic staples in the luxury line for ESF. The only solid white and light blue shirts are button down collar. Nothing in a spread collar, nothing in a French cuff.
     
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    I think I grabbed mine for around $80. Was a couple years back, however.
     
  5. AriGold

    AriGold Senior member

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    You like em much?
     
  6. Troilus

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    Best workshirts I've ever had.

    FWIW, there are a couple of clearance ESF luxury, such as this and this. Comes out to about $60 a pop.
     
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    Because it's Brooks Brothers and white button downs are suitable for wearing with everything except a tuxedo. LOL.
     
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    This doesn't qualify as a solid white shirt?
     
  9. ChiliPalmer

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    The luxury line are great shirts. They shrink a bit after washing and drying.

    They can be had for a hair under $90 if you're willing to be patient.
     
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  10. AriGold

    AriGold Senior member

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    even the normal brooks brothers shirts are pretty good. the fabrics are just nicer and the collars are better on the luxury. I do the don draper and have like 5 stacked in my bottom drawer in the office. :foo:
     
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    I don't like my "solid" whites to have a herringbone pattern. I always have a tough time finding a "crisp" white shirt that doesn't wrinkle easily...suggestions welcomed, guys...
     
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    Charles Trywhitt slim fit or extra slim fit twill, non-iron, spread collar dress shirt. Best white dress shirt for the money, hands down, in my opinion (can be had for $40-$50).
     
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    bb esf is closest to ct sf ir esf?
     
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