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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 10-30-2008, 08:51 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone know of some good sites to get discount designer men's clothing. I am having a hard time finding stuff for reasonable prices. I used to use Ebay, but I can't return stuff there.

Any help is appreciated. Talking about slacks, button up shirts and dress shoes BTW.

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I like classic styles. Claiborne, Ralph Lauren, Daniel Cremieux, Michael Kors, etc.

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AHH! besides Target, there aren't many places that do that sort of nice clothing for cheap sorta thing. If you are ever in the NY area, you can go to a place called Century 21 and it has a ton of nice shit for a lot cheaper than it would normally be.... sorry I couldn't be more of a help, though.
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Jc Penny's has some reallly nice dress pants, shirts, ties, etc. on sale now.

I'd check there.

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I am looking for nicer then JC Penny and Target. Thanks though guys.

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I am looking for nicer then JC Penny and Target. Thanks though guys.
The clothes at JC I'm talking about are comparable to S&K. You can only tell the difference by tag on the neck.

Actually, they have Kilburne and Fitch button up long sleeve dress shirts and some really nice Dockers dress pants.

I meen, if you want to pay for the store name, go to S&K. If you want the same clothes, with normally the same brand name, but different store, I'm telling you, JC has it there and the prices are docked down.

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I am looking for better material. It isn't about the look or name. It is about how the product feels and everything from JC Penny is scratchy.

I found some good sites though. Thanks fellas.

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I am looking for better material. It isn't about the look or name. It is about how the product feels and everything from JC Penny is scratchy.

I found some good sites though. Thanks fellas.
Kilburne and Fitch is about as high quality dress shirt you can get.

If JC is bad for you, go to S&K.

http://www.skmenswear.com/skmenswear/Homepage.aspx

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