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  • an off bike clothing thread.

    hopefully this thread will help us to find some of the good from the mass of bad available. looking good or smart does not have to cost a fortune and is not difficult.
    From fashion to bespoke with the objective of looking and feeling better.

    what are you wearing?

  • The day Jigsaw stopped making clothes for men was the day I stopped having a reliable, one-stop outlet for clobber. Never found a suitable replacement.

  • Mark Stephen Marengo is where I get a lot of my smarter clothes. Always has interesting cloth for his shirts - one of my favourites is a cashmere rupert the bear style chequered shirt. Great suits as well. Always good to check out in sale time.

  • you should shop around. one store could never have everything could it?

  • I have a specialist supplier called "any old shite" from "My Wardrobe".

    Keeping warm is the priority at the mo - couldn't give a toss what I look like, so long as it's not blue with ice round the edges.

  • No, and I do shop around. But Jigsaw made clothes I wanted to wear.

  • carhartt chinos (sid pant) , best trousers i have ever bought.
    also the 4TN range from shop 14 has some super nice things in, i bought a shirt when they first bought it out and it is really nicely made.

  • Half of my wardrobe is from TJ Maxx because with patience you can find high end classic pieces at a fraction of the RRP.

    Two recent purchases from there are perfect fitting suits from John Varvatos and Jil Sander.

  • you should shop around. one store could never have everything could it?

    c&a used too..

  • @dmczone i have only been to tk maxx once. seems good if you have a clear idea of what you want before going in

  • No, and I do shop around. But Jigsaw made clothes I wanted to wear.

    +1. I guess there weren't enough of us.

    Agnes B does some nice clobber of similar quality but it's about twice as expensive.

  • i just had a look at albam its very Folk meet Margaret Howell.

    agnes B make very easy to wear pieces.

  • Half of my wardrobe is from TJ Maxx because with patience you can find high end classic pieces at a fraction of the RRP.

    +1 - I just bought some ijin material jeans there for 30 quid. lovely.

  • i just had a look at albam its very Folk meet Margaret Howell

    If money were no object, then I'd be straight to Margaret Howell. Nice simple aesthetic.

  • John Varvatos

    JV stench in the leather coated bottle owns, makes me stench awesome.

    +1 on TJ Maxx/TK Maxx... I only go on seriously off peak hours though as the stabby chav ratio can get a bit high otherwise

  • Gieves and Hawkes have a sale on at the mo.

    Tweed jackets, £99 down from £350.

    I'm trying to think of a way of justifying the purchase to my wife...

  • thats a huge reduction, no justification needed surely?

  • Buy two sell one in a months time when the sale ends for £150. Possible? Then you would only have paid £50.

  • I'm convinced.

    I'm purchasing two tomorrow.

  • are you going to the store or this online

  • If money were no object, then I'd be straight to Margaret Howell. Nice simple aesthetic.

    If you like Margaret Howell you'll probably like Oliver Spencer down Lambs Conduit Street. Similar cut and fabric choices.

  • Gieves and Hawkes have a sale on at the mo.

    Tweed jackets, £99 down from £350.

    I'm trying to think of a way of justifying the purchase to my wife...

    Can't find it on their website - have you got a link?

  • It was in store - sorry chaps! I'm sure there are similar offers in the London branch. Pop along, or get your gentleman's gentleman to go for you.

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