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post #1 of 13 Old 06-24-2004, 11:25 PM Thread Starter
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Best places to get work clothes?

They are buckling down at my work on the dress code. Therefore I need to stock up on some non-jean pants and shirts with collars. The pants can be cargo. In fact, I prefer them to be cause I got alot of crap for my pockets. I also need some fully button or polos as well. Where do u guys get your clothes? No more jeans or t-shirts sucks but I gotta deal with it. Where can I get nice cargos and shirts for a decent price that wont shrink on the first wash? I wanna dress pretty nice and look better than the trashy people there. So no cheapo K-mart clothes!

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Re: Best places to get work clothes?

man, old navy is the place. catch them on a good sale. great clothes that are cheap but dont look cheap
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Re: Best places to get work clothes?

I get my all my stuff from old navy. Nautica and Tommy have some nice stuff but I don't pay an arm and a leg for their crap.

O try and find a button up shirt with like flames on it or something to do with choppers and show up for work.

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Re: Best places to get work clothes?

old navy is great
check out Marshalls or TJ Maxx or Birlington coat factory if you have them in your area too

im def a clearance shopper
why get one nice shirt for $40 when i can go to the clearance rack and get 3 for the same price

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Re: Best places to get work clothes?

Depending on what kind of work you do and what's accepted...Aeropostale isn't bad...they have polos and cargo pants. Check out the % sales or the back of the store where the sales racks are located for cheaper items. There's also TJ Maxx, if your area's got one. One can get slightly irregular Nautica, Tommy, Polo, etc. items there for much cheaper. Rue 21 might have very few possibilities.
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TJ Maxx
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Re: Best places to get work clothes?

we have a place called plato's closet. Theys ell used clothes that people bring in, but its all like Abercrombie and Fitch, and Nautica, and Banana Republic stuff. Most of the shirts are like 5-12 dollars, and pants are like 10-20.
All of it is in good condition too.
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Re: Best places to get work clothes?

I hear you about Aeropostale. I dont like their new cargo pants though, and they never have anything over like a 36 waist, and I like my stuff to have some breathing room. I also own about every single polo shirt they came out with this summer, and shrank half of it after the first wash. I like the stuff and its priced good, but if I aint careful with it then it wont last very long after a couple washes.

Seems like Old Navy is the place to go though!

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platos closet, rugged wearhouse...i always go to RW...you should ask the people at drop em to custom make some button downs for you
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khols is great too
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Swapmeets out here sell new Dickies clothing really cheap: work pants $12-$15, button down shirts $12.
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96 blazer you took the words out of my fingers, the hell with old navy go dickies all dickies
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post #13 of 13 Old 06-25-2004, 08:47 AM
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Re: Best places to get work clothes?

walmart dude. there not cheap, just low prices.

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