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  • rd27
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    Mostly J Crew and Target.

    For work, it's mostly Nordstrom's Smartcare dress shirts, J Crew Bowery chinos, Tie Bar ties, and AE dress shoes. Fairly casual.

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  • Mikeyk
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    man it goes in phases when I first started to really care about my look used to be BR, then moved on to J Crew, now i'm totally in love with the fit and tailoring of Bonobos so that is replacing my whole wardrobe.

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  • markm
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    I'm also "outdoorsy" and spend a lot of time kayaking. R.E.I., Northface, Padagonia, etc. get a lot of my casual technical weekend warrior dollars. soft shell jackets, fleece, wool socks, layering pieces, quick-dry cargo pants, windbreakers....

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  • hornsup84
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    Originally posted by Ito View Post
    What do you think about Buck Mason's shirts? They are a company that always comes up in ads for me on Instagram and I have had a mild interest in checking them out.
    I'm pretty happy with them so far. Some I've had for a year, but I also don't wear tshirts a ton so I haven't worn them into the ground. Henleys are great but I've found the button sewing is a bit subpar. Redo those and they're my favorite shirt.

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  • Publius
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    30% J. Crew, 30% RW&Co (www.rw-co.com), 20% BR, 20% Others


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  • Ito
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    Originally posted by hornsup84 View Post
    Bonobos for jeans/chinos and Buck Mason for tshirts/henleys. That combo encompasses a large majority of my casual attire, not including buttondowns (some of which range to casual), outerwear or gym gear. I need to figure out chino shorts again this year, I've gone without ones I love for a year or two and want to remedy that.
    What do you think about Buck Mason's shirts? They are a company that always comes up in ads for me on Instagram and I have had a mild interest in checking them out.

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  • Ito
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    Lately I have been buying most of my stuff from BR, with the occasional Jcrew, Gustin, and Bonobos items.

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  • caktaylor
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    For me, it’s the fit more than anything with BR. It was difficult to get clothes that fit me well, but for whatever reason, that has changed recently.

    I cannot buy dress shirts from them, their S-M-L sizing just doesn’t work.




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  • DocDave
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    I need to get back in to checking out BR clothes. I wore a lot of BR years ago, but fell off the bandwagon as their clothes weren't doing much for me. From the sounds of it though they really have upped their game.

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  • caktaylor
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    Most of my recent purchases have been from Banana Republic. Historically, BR hasn’t really fit me all that well. But, they seem to really be working out for me in the past year or so. It also helps that my office building is near 2 BR stores. I’ve also purchased enough from the J. Crew in the ground floor of my office building that the employees know me and wave to me when I walk by.

    PUMA (mainly from the online PUMA store) for sneakers and exercise wear.

    Nordstrom for chinos and casual shoes (1901).

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  • evanparker
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    i think it's nearly all j crew.

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  • DocDave
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    Originally posted by Hebrew Barrister View Post
    JCrew and Banana Republic probably make up 90% of my wardrobe period, with a few items from Uniqlo, Target, and Abercrombie.
    Uniqlo is starting to make up more and more of my wardrobe.

    I see a some love on here for S&M shirts, which makes me think I need to give them a try. Especially now that Joe has indicated they are having a 10a. sale going on.

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  • motosacto
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    A plurality of my weekend casual stuff comes from J.Crew. Hits the sweet spot of being a step up from low end (especially the Wallace and Barnes stuff) but not super expensive - shirts, jackets of various types, and casual sportcoats. For example, I’m wearing a Wallace and Barnes made-in-the-USA Type II selvedge trucker most days lately. I always get stuff on sale, of course...

    Otherwise it’s miscellaneous but consistent - stand up shorts from Patagonia, Adidas BW Army or Onitsuka Tiger Colorado 85 sneakers, Levis 501 rigid shrink-to-fit denim. But J.Crew is the common thread for me.

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  • LesserBlackDog
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    My casual wardrobe is all over the place tbh. I've got t-shirts from J.Crew and Lululemon, polos from Kent Wang and S&M, henleys and shorts and SS shirts from Target/Goodfellow, jeans from Levi's and Prana, chinos from Eddie Bauer, swimwear from Sundek. I guess Target predominates mostly by virtue of being cheap and convenient (I can try on and buy things in-person rather than ordering online like I have to do with most brands).

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  • Hebrew Barrister
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    JCrew and Banana Republic probably make up 90% of my wardrobe period, with a few items from Uniqlo, Target, and Abercrombie.

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