Not as good as it was. Better than it will be.
I was already planning to take a bus down from Boston for the day on Friday to do some shopping with a friend, and I was hoping that perhaps a good (or even decent) sale like this would pop up.
where do I go and how do I get in?
Please tell me what sort of chump spends four hours on a bus to but damaged goods.
Rub it in why don'tcha!-stuck in sunny Ca.
Only some damaged for $5-$10, Guiseppe, rest is 70%-80% off normal stock. Still...Boston has plenty of JPress waiting in it's thrift stores for a home (as you know) why not adopt?
Just an fYI - I went last time and some of the damaged goods are perfectly fine, just the incorrect length. So be sure to try on all neckties/bowties/scarves to make sure you don't get home with merchandise that you cannot wear.(I had to max out the length of the bowties I bought last time in order to make them functional.)
Some Assembly- This is a pretty good one.Ben Newell- The address is on the flier up there. You don't need a pass or anything. Just the elevator.Guissepe- You tell me.Zambo- Life is more than cheap pocket squares.Anon- J Press is Twittering up to 90% off. Makaga- I agree. I saw some great stuff in the the $5 & $10 selection back in Oct. Some great old stock shirts from Troy were the highlight.
So Joe's flying Peter Pan and second star to the right is Nevernever, I mean, JPressland?
I was planning to come down in October per your last post on 27 Oct 2010. Is a twice a year event?
TRVS- Good guess.Anon- No idea. I'll ask.
I bought a bunch of stuff. didn't try it on. it's gonna be a laugh.
It was a great sale -- found a 3/2 sack suit in navy blue pinstripe, 42R, for $175. Had to go there early, around 2 PM on the first day.
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