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    I agree, now that I know we have a deals forum, it's easy to just click on that and see the list of threads


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    Not sure it's worth it's own thread, but there's some cool bags and accessories from Ben Sherman over at Gilt:


    http://www.gilt.com/sale/men/ben-sherman-accessor?ect=Control&eca=Image&et=DSR&ept=DSRMainM en&eptn=2&epn=2&et_cid=2801&et_rid=e03428d2-ca98-4b9e-bf20-d7f042c4ac74&oeid=2801


    If I wasn't over budget and waiting for the Bonobos sale I'd pick up some cufflinks and a belt


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    Century 21 has some more menswear deals:


    Italian made ties for actually pretty reasonable prices:


    http://www.c21stores.com/36amiit/


    If you're in the market for a really nicely made suit, there's deals on Corneliani ($700) and Hickey Freeman ($450) suits which are good deals for the quality. Also some blazers, sportcoats, and pants.


    Finally there's a sale on Clarks / Bostonian with some pretty good prices ($55-80):


    http://www.c21stores.com/36adssm/


    If you haven't signed up for c21 before, you can use my link to do it:


    http://www.c21Stores.com/invite/jason


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    Also, I don't know if you guys saw on the valetmag.com link above, but Brooks Brothers has some stuff on clearance. They have some of their dress shirts on sale for $40. I'd be all over it if I hadn't blown my budget on Bonobos and BR


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    Thanks for the tip. Pretty good selection on the BB sale.


    Lands' End has a 30% off one item deal going. http://www.landsend.com/hpmedia/pop_promo_details.html


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    I prefer BB Extra Slim, but there are no extra slim non-irons. The fit on the BB extra slim is great, perhaps a tad tight in the chest and loose in the waist. Can I get the slims tailored to fit about as well as the extra slims?


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    @Jason, and they're having free shipping until midnight tonight (EST)!!


    @CharlesMartel, You can definitely get the slims tailored, but what do you like about the non-irons? I think they feel like crap on my skin. I always get the classic cotton.


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    They're hell in hot weather, but they look great, and dry cleaning takes too much time and money. I don't even put the non-irons in the dryer, to make them last longer.


    Do the non non-iron's look decent if air dried?


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    You don't have to take your shirts to the dry cleaner. I machine wash all my cotton dress shirts. Just wash on delicate according to the instruction and then hang dry. Ironing each shirt takes about 5 minutes. No problems.


    If i get a stain I use a pretreat or soak it in an oxyclean bath for a couple hours.


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    LEC is having a 40% off Fall, and the prices look very reasonable...

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