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Where do you normally shop at?

Glasshearted

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Since I'm very new, and I normally only read threads to see what people think, what stores would you usually be seen shopping at?

I've been trying to go for the smart casual look, so I've been shopping at J Crew, Brook Bros, and some DC stores, with the occasional GAP and H&M if I see what I like.
 

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my taste has now so narrowed that they can almost be construed as bigoted my closet is 40% brooks, 30% lands end, 20% RL, 10% h&m/uniqlo/few other random casual wear my aesthetics align closely with paul stuart, but the Armoury especially strikes my chord 100%... i can see myself head to toe in their products
 

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Wal*Mart - Save Money. Live Better.
 

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brooks, j crew, daffy's, marshalls, ebay B&S, century 21, off fifth, rack, uniqlo
 

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I used to be able to find things I liked at B&M stores when I couldn't discern quality differences.

Thanks to SF, I can only do online.


Sometimes I wonder if I should have taken the blue pill.
 

Harold falcon

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Salvation Army, Goodwill, B&S, Ebay.

Sherman Bros. for shoes.
 

NukeMeSlowly

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Cop: Come on, were headin downtown.
Sugar Bear: Where your warrant at?
Cop: Behind that preposition.
Sugar Bear: What?
Cop: Didnt you go to school? You can't end a sentence with a
preposition.
Sugar Bear: Oh. Then, uh, where your warrant at, motherfucker?
 

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Aside from on-line shopping I pick up the basics at the local outlet mall featuring the gap, banana republic, and brooks brothers. I've been shying away from retail over the past year because of all the deals on-line and my general lack of interest in what most of the brick-and-mortar stores have to offer. That said I do love to window shop at Halls.
 

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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman
Salvation Army, Goodwill, B&S, Ebay.


Word. Saver's, Ross.

Only place around here to see stuff any higher stratum than Macy's

Aloha,

Poinz
 

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Where do I normally shop?

Alden (San Francisco): shoes
Ben Silver (Charleston): accessories
Carroll & Co. (Los Angeles): knit shirts
Charvet (Paris): shirts & accessories
Edward Green (London): shoes
Knize (Vienna): ties & knit shirts
Lobb (London): shoes
Maus & Hoffman: tropical wear
Mettez (Paris): socks
Paul Stuart (New York): accessories
Richard Anderson (London): tailored clothing, shirts & accessories
Smedley (London): knitwear
Trillion (Palm Beach): tropical wear
Vass (Budapest): shoes
Weston (Paris): shoes


I'm leaving some out ... but at my age memory often fails me.
 

CDN1989

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I'm probably gonna get ripped for this, but Gap and BR I'd say make up the majority of my clothing, although RL has the highest ratio for dress shirts,
 

amerikajinda

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Saks or Neiman's.
 

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