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Mar 28, 2010 - 5:21pm

Not a high quality wso/">shirt. Iron poorly, crease quickly, weak stitching. Despite the Savile Row name, it's a mass-production, minimal quality affair.
Charles Tyrwhitt are notably better (but still not great). I can't comment on Brooks (we don't have them in London).

Apr 1, 2010 - 8:08am

I agree Pink is better quality but their price ranges are not similar at all. Pink shirts, I believe, sell at $150 or thereabouts and are rarely on sale. TM Lewin may start at over 100 but to buy a Lewin wso/">shirt not on sale is retarded. Right now you get 4 TM Lewin shirts for the price of 1 Pink wso/">shirt.

If money isn't a problem, go with Pink. If you'd like a nice quality wso/">shirt but at less the money, TM Lewin, along with CT, are good quality shirts. Just my opinion of course.

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Mar 29, 2010 - 1:18am

I'm a fan of Saks 5th Avenue brand. They are a few dollars cheaper than PINK and you can catch them seasonally on sale for about 75% off. Also, they happen to be of the same quality as PINK, CT and TB. Lastly, the Saks sales they have in Manhattan happen to occur about every 3 months and you can get lucky and nab a Emernaldo Zegna white dress with double cuffs for $75, down from $420. Don't hate the department stores, but just my opinion.

Apr 4, 2010 - 9:19pm

CT is noticeably better than TML IMO. To tell someone to buy Pink over TML is to ignore the question; they're fundamentally different products. That's like telling someone asking about a VW that what they really need is a BMW.

TML is always having sales, as is CT - anything you buy from either should definitely be on sale. I'd go with CT or BB over TML every day- roughly equal quality, but CT tends to be slimmer cut, which is why I prefer it. If you're in the states though, I'd take J Press over either CT or BB - a tiny bit pricier, but not ridiculously so, and significantly better quality IMO.

By all means, step up to Pink when you're ready to drop $150 on a wso/">shirt. I do second the point about Saks though - their shirts are pretty good quality for the money if you find them on sale (usually around the end of every season).

Apr 7, 2010 - 2:35pm

Brooks Brothers wso/">slim fit are not slim at all- they fit like parachutes. I saw a fat guy (like Peter Gryffin fat) at BB asking for a wso/">slim fit wso/">shirt so that says something. Fucking fat Americans.

I just ordered several CT shirts at ~$40 each and they seem to be the best (out of CT, BB, and TML). Slimmest of the three and nicest fabric.

I guess I'll check out Saks and J.Press when I have the time.

Oct 24, 2011 - 7:17pm

Thomas Pink at Heathrow, can get some great deals between 60-100 USD. 150 for Thomas Pink is generally overpaying.

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