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Dress shirts

Chacham (981) writes | more than 10 years ago

User Journal 5

White dress shirts. I always like to buy the same clothes. All my socks are the same, all my pants are the same, and everything else has little or no difference. Except dress shirts. Whenever i go to the store they never have enough shirts of the same brand and style. I have this dream about opening my closet one day and having ten or twenty dress shirts, all exactly the same. I don't like change, and choice generally bothers me. I *want* to wear the same thing every day.

White dress shirts. I always like to buy the same clothes. All my socks are the same, all my pants are the same, and everything else has little or no difference. Except dress shirts. Whenever i go to the store they never have enough shirts of the same brand and style. I have this dream about opening my closet one day and having ten or twenty dress shirts, all exactly the same. I don't like change, and choice generally bothers me. I *want* to wear the same thing every day.

Well, i'm up for some new shirts, so i want to do it correctly this time. The stores that have good deals never have enough of the same shirt, and other stores want forty, fifty, or even sixty dollars a shirt. For a slice of cotton that's mighty expensive.

Anyone know of a decent place to buy shirts? Or am i dreaming thinking i can pay twenty dollars each, for ten decent, cotton, dress shirts?

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5 comments

by = buy! (1)

True Freak (57805) | more than 10 years ago | (#7163350)

Ha!

Re:by = buy! (1)

Chacham (981) | more than 10 years ago | (#7163383)

Thanx.

Find in B&M buy online. (1)

True Freak (57805) | more than 10 years ago | (#7163385)

Find a shirt that you like in a B&M...try it on to make sure it fits right...then write down all the info about the shirt like brand name, style, and size...and then find an online retailer that carries that shirt.

Order it! (1)

GoRK (10018) | more than 10 years ago | (#7163767)

Do the same thing you should do with everything you don't have an urgent need for -- Go to your local superstore of everything, find a product you like, go home, and harness the power of the Internet.

Ditto on what True Freak and Gork said (1)

insanecarbonbasedlif (623558) | more than 10 years ago | (#7164825)

If you can find it at an online retailer, you can probably get it en masse. If you can find a good enough deal, you can even order one online, and try it out when you get it, and never even have to find it in a B&M store.
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