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    Quote Originally Posted by mebejoseph View Post
    Great looking shirt.
    I recently picked up their Ivory cashmere blend henley. It's really nice and feels great.

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    Things from the past year or so:
    -Gap slim stretch cords
    -Gap slim stretch flannel-lined chinos. I change into these after work pretty often
    -Bonobos merino henleys. Great for tech company. Relaxed style but good fit and finish
    -the new BR heritage denim is excellent for non denim heads. Super heavy. Rivets fell out on one pair but I think that was isolated quality issue (bad operator?)

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    Target long sleeve henley T. Dirt cheap and the contoured hemline looks great untucked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smitty View Post
    I recently picked up their Ivory cashmere blend henley. It's really nice and feels great.
    That's the one that caught my eye as well.
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    I believe another poster had some good criteria. What would you buy exactly the same if it broke today and needed it?

    S&M suits over my SuSu ones.

    Bonobos chinos. I was worried about fit given my distaste for pants that are too tight on the thighs. But these in the athletic fit are great. Expensive but great.

    Cole Haan shoes. I’ve never dabbled in AE. The buying process, cost and leather soles (usually dissuade me). I’ve got years out of these shoes and they fit my budget. If I lost a pair I’d go buy more ASAP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hockeysc23 View Post

    Cole Haan shoes. I’ve never dabbled in AE. The buying process, cost and leather soles (usually dissuade me). I’ve got years out of these shoes and they fit my budget. If I lost a pair I’d go buy more ASAP.
    Cole Haan on sale is a great buy that doesnt get much love around here. I have a pair of wingtip boots that I wore 3 days a week for 2 years and they are still very wearable...I just dont need them anymore. For the $65 I paid, thats fantastic. And they were even comfortable.

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    Flint and Tinder Cool Chinos
    AF Dad Coat
    Allen Edmonds from eBay sell Dabondo1
    Kamakura OCBD
    Gustin Cone Mills jeans

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    I think my favorite purchase this year has been my Carlos Santos boots from Herring.com

    They are $100 less from Herring than direct from CS:

    https://www.herringshoes.co.uk/carlo...ts/braga-grain

    I've found the Amazon Goodthreads Chinos to be remarkably good for the prices:

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    $30? And they don't wear like some H&M disposable pair of pants.

    And the same to be said for Amazon's Essentials long sleeved t-shirts:

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    $11.50? What?

    A bit further up On the budget scale, I've been very pleased with Ledbury shirts. Especially this one, 'cuz I'm a sucker for fancy buttons:

    https://www.ledbury.com/products/the...28366020870231

    And some custom button boots from Justin Fitzpatrick:

    https://www.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com...-boot-examples

    (mine are not in the examples, but you can see a huge assortment).
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    BR Rapid Movement Jeans in Athletic fit - absolute game changer for someone who squats a lot and has the lower half to show for it. I never want to wear another pair of jeans.

    Goodfellow & Co. henleys. Short and long sleeve.

    For anyone out there that does barbell training: A7 Bargrip shirts are amazing!! Stick to the barbell and the bench like glue.

    Red Wing Iron Ranger boots

    Bonobos quilted wool jacket

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    My favourite purchase this year so has been a jumper I bought from Uniqlo. The zip up top is just heavy enough that it protects me from the chill and light enough that I'm not sweating up a storm in early mornings/evenings. Right now the jumper isn't heavy enough for the winter, but spring/fall, it's perfect.

    Also, my Rolex Sub. Since purchasing the watch it is slowly becoming my go to as others are left behind. Especially now with the damn one month one watch challenge going on and I'm wearing the watch daily.

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