When is the Next Brooks Brothers Sale?

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

  1. drcharlie

    drcharlie Well-Known Member

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    Here's the ad I got in an email. The ad doesn't say what the deals are.

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  2. TheBlackDonDraper

    TheBlackDonDraper Senior member

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    40% off when you buy 4+ shirts. Any stackable promos?

    Edit: Pulled the trigger fon 4 milano linen shirts. @ $63 Each it was the same price I paid last June. Note they shrink a bit if you dry them warm. To keep the best collar roll, line dry.
     
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    Jackboot Senior member

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    starro Senior member

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    Besides the new unlined OCBD, the old lined OCBDs in solids and uni stripes, is everything else made in Malaysia and/or non-iron? Are those mentioned above the only quality shirts left still manufactured in USA?
     
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    Churchill W Senior member

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    I've found that linen shrinks in general when machine dried. Always careful about that. I also bought a BB shirt a little big assuming it would shrink.
     
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    coolarrow Senior member

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    I was at a BB outlet and saw some nice socks that were Made in Japan. They did not look like they were the 346 line. There were 19.99 or so. Does BB outlets ever have any sales on socks? B1G1?
     
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    Who makes these Peal split toe shoes?

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    Churchill W Senior member

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    I machine wash and dry my Milano cut Advantage chinos.
     
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    clarksdb Senior member

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    Do you think they will shrink any by machine wash? I won't put them in the dryer but still wondering if they will shrink some. I don't want the inseam to shrink.
     
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    Churchill W Senior member

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    I actually would prefer if mine shrunk a little more. My pants are at least 5 years old, and I have been washing and drying this way the whole time. I'm not sure what inseam they were when I bought them, but they are tagged 30, and they now measure 29.75".
     
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    Any thoughts on their latest Milano cut suits? I am interested in a DB model from the 1818 line and wondering if the quality is worth it at about $500 to $600 on sale. Thanks!
     
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    NickCarraway Senior member

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    A DB should have wider lapels than the Milano features.
     

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