Does anyone shop at Jos.A.Banks?
Each time I hear a sales commercial they have "Buy 1 suit, get 3 free!".
It is a men's clothes store. Their clothes is clasic casual. The prints are beautiful with soft colors. The prices are reasonable. They also provide alterations services. If the clothes does not fit the person who buy the clothes. They courteous in general.
I find Jos. A. Banks to be an excellent place to shop for clothing. They do indeed have great deals going on often. The fact that they taylor-fit if required, is a significant spin-off too. I have purchased a dozen suits from them over the years and my satisfaction has been 100% I would highly recommend their services if they paid me, that is...
Yo, right here. JosABanks is a solid quality standard if you're on a budget. It falls somewhere between a Men's Wearhouse and John L Ashe as a quality men's retailer. I consider Brooks Brothers to be the US mainstay for men's off-the-rack style for those who don't have access to Fifth Avenue or Rodeo Drive.
As far as the "buy 1, get 3 free" it's my experience that there is usually a catch and that this is meant to get you into the door. Sometimes the terms of this special offer are that you don't get a choice of any shirts in the store. It only applies to some within a certain section. And the sales people are under heavy pressure to get you to buy pants, ties or sport coats once you are in the door.
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