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  • Where do you buy the majority of your casual clothing?

    If I were to open your closet or chest of drawers, where would I see that you have purchased the majority of your casual clothing from? I'm talking 50% + 1 here.

    For me, it is the Gap. Between jeans, button downs, t-shirts, shorts, the Gap by far has the majority of my casual purchases. Interested to hear what others have to say.

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    Curious are we talking going out casual or dressed down maybe run an errand or two. Because mine differ.

    Jeans Levi’s
    Dressed up casual would be button downs from j crew and j crew factory
    Shorts from old navy

    For lounging around the house would be t shirts from events and under Armour.

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    • #3
      Usually BR during major sale, since my wardrobe is put together enough for me to be able to wait until 50%+ off. I also shop from Old Navy, factory versions of GAP, J.Crew and BR when I'm on a spontaneous mall trip with wife, since we can both get something from there together.

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      • #4
        A majority of mine would be from Jcrew Factory. I have some stuff from Old Navy as well, but not nearly as much.


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        • #5
          JCrew Factory and Target. And maybe Amazon now.


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          • #6
            No majorities in my closet. I have a heathy mix of Jomers, Everlane, Spier Mackay, J Crew, and Amazon Goodthreads.

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            • #7
              Jcrew for a good bit of it, BR for jeans. Dress clothes are mainly Speir and Mackay (shirts). Just ordered my first jacket from them (pre-order)

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              • #8
                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.

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                • #9
                  Sid Mashburn 60%
                  Billy Reid 15%
                  Faherty 15%
                  Other 10%

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                  • #10
                    This year I've been buying a lot of outlet/factory casual clothes from a local outlet: Levis, JCF, Gap and Johnston and Murphy shoes. Also a fair amount from JC mains, and shirts from Uniglo. I have students who work at Old Navy so I'll grab a few items from them, but I'm not crazy about the quality.

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                    • #11
                      j crew factory, old navy. Used to be target but not as much anymore, for no particular reason.

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                      • #12
                        Most of my stuff - nicer and casual is Bonobos. I like their tailor stretch chinos for pants. I've tried their jeans, but I didn't like them, so the jeans I have our 7's (though I rarely wear jeans anymore for some reason). I have a lot of their washed button downs, but the newer ones seem to be dipping in quality, so I've been on the look out for a new brand for these type of shirts. I have a probably 5 of their Riviera shirts too.
                        Of my casual wear, I think the chinos are the only item that I will pay full price for (even then I prefer not to). I have a Guideshop by me, that I'll check out from time to and get a few items during their 50% final sale sales. Over the winter, I picked up like 4 shirts (3 washed button downs, 1 Riviera) for less than $100. Retail was over $350 on those.
                        For shirts - I've been wearing Vineyard Vines breaker shorts. They are their tech ones. I like the fit and look. Look like normal shorts but as comfortable as gym shorts.

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                        • #13
                          I don't think any brand would represent 50% +1.

                          A pretty even mix between Gap, Banana Republic and J.Crew.

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                          • #14
                            Brooks Brothers, J. Crew, Banana Republic, and Charles Tyrwhitt

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                            • #15
                              Probably 50% BR, 20% Bonobos, 10% GAP, 10% J Crew, 10% Express.
                              T-shirts come from a lot of different places, though.

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