How much R U willing to pay for a nice Button-Down shirt????

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  1. Athlete218

    Athlete218 New Member

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    How much R U willing to pay for a nice "Business Casual" Button-Down shirt????

    one that is not a dress shirt, but a nice shirt that you can wear casually or dress it up (business casual)?

    woven or oxford material.

    I'm about to drop $80 bucks a piece on 3 shirts & feeling guilty for spending that much... i usually wait & buy shirts on clearance for like $40 a piece. these are shirts that i wear to work (business casual) & out to the bars on weekends...so i get a lot of use out of them. only reason im buying full price is b/c they sell out of my size in the really nice looking ones sometimes.
     
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    who cares about price if you can afford it and it looks good?
     
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    $80 seems like a lot though.. maybe im wrong.

    how much do u normally drop on a shirt like that?
     
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    the_mavsman New Member

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    $80 is nothing for a nice shirt brotham.
     
  6. Mag Master 21

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    I may not be such a good person to ask...

    but since you did, my shirts start at $350 and go up from there.
     
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    It depends I guess.

    Some rich people buy white dress shirts as disposable items. I don't think $80 is much when you can use them for different events/socials.

    If you like them and how they fit then don't feel guilty. You'll probably feel better with quality than if the stitching is not holding up on a $10 shirt.
     
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    Whatever it takes.

    Whatever.................it takes.
     
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    $40 at Express :dunno:

    and they have the best button down shirts in my opinion.
     
  10. Athlete218

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    wow, where are you buying stuff that much at?

    they are just business casual button ups?
     
  11. Smahatma

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    please don't feed the trolls
     
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    Hey Athlete, your accountant Marvin called. Said you need to declare bankruptcy.
     
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    R U serious?
     
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    consider this U R deth centence.
     
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    tailored purple label ftw
     
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    my opinion on this matter will cost you $20. pls PM if interested.
     
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    Neiman and Bergdorf.

    Again, I'm not in the majority on this though...
     
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    i spend like, 2 dollars on a shawt
     
  20. Brujo

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    Abercrombie has lots of sales, I'd just wait it out ;)
     
  21. Athlete218

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    high roller
     
  22. adenine

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    :rofl: @ $80 for a shirt
     
  23. Brujo

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    more like BALLER, amirite? :mamoru:
     
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  25. Suazo

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    I wouldnt spend $80 on a shirt
     

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