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Old 01-23-2012, 04:44 PM
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I know there was a thread on here a while ago, but I couldn't find it, where are you guys ordering your shirts from?
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A friend runs this company: http://www.alexander-west.com/ Made-to-order shirts for reasonable prices. He's getting a lot of traction, opening stores in NYC and getting play in the media.
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Paul Frederick. I prefer french cuff and they have them at a reasonable price.
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I have tried many different brands including tailored. The Jos Banks traveler collection is the deal. Jos Banks frequently has a buy 1 get two free sale. They fit tight, (not baggy above the hips and are easy to wash, iron)

Banks offers many different collar and color options. You can buy them online and if they don't fit, you can return it to a brick and mortar store.

The best benefit is that this past Friday night I had a full glass of red wine spilled on my shirt at FIG. I tried to clean it, but could get it all out. I threw in in the trash and because I bought in on one of the sales; it cost me $35 and no worries
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I have tried many different brands including tailored. The Jos Banks traveler collection is the deal. Jos Banks frequently has a buy 1 get two free sale. They fit tight, (not baggy above the hips and are easy to wash, iron)

Banks offers many different collar and color options. You can buy them online and if they don't fit, you can return it to a brick and mortar store.

The best benefit is that this past Friday night I had a full glass of red wine spilled on my shirt at FIG. I tried to clean it, but could get it all out. I threw in in the trash and because I bought in on one of the sales; it cost me $35 and no worries
x2 Jos Bank travelers everything. Pants, shirts. Hold up well and look sharp.
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Old 01-24-2012, 07:13 AM
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Brooks Brothers...its the only kind I buy because there is no ironing.
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Jos Bank. No ironing, good thick material, lots of choices. Have 6 coming in today actually. Have to order during sale promotions which are frequent. Nobody actually pays $90 for a shirt. This most recent order worked out to about $36/shirt which can't be beat for the very high quality they are.
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Lands End and Jos a Banks. Both are good Jos Banks only on sale.
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Old 01-24-2012, 07:49 AM
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Hello, As others have stated Jos Banks, if you sign up for email notices you will know when the good sales are going on. They have some of the best feeling clothes I have ever worn, buy online and if they need altering go to local store and they will fix you right up, and will exchange if you got the wrong size or didn't like the color for some reason. Jim
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Jos Banks is obviously popular, they run national advertising blitz and have a crap load of stored just in my area. Their product impresses me as low-end, over-priced. Prob why they can give you two suits free when you buy the first suit at 50% off, and still stay in business.

Go to your local tailor and have your dress shirts made. The quality will be 10-times anything off the shelf.
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Lands End makes very nice shirts at reasonable prices.
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