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All shirts (inc. DKNY) half price at Moss Bros. 48 hours only.

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3 Likes #1
use WEL10 for £10 off £100 + 8% or 8.4% cashback
2 Likes #2
Cheapest is £12.50 before cashback, Hardly a great deal.
4 Likes #3
Common Sense
Cheapest is £12.50 before cashback, Hardly a great deal.

It is for those who want good quality shirts for half their usual selling price.
2 Likes #4
orlando08

It is for those who want good quality shirts for half their usual selling price.

Do sensible people really every buy at their full prices? If they have regular 50% off sales, they are "fake" usual prices.

Why are they any better quality than M&S where sale prices are often below £10 and even as low as £5?

For a large suit shop, Moss Bros do not even sell machine washable suits! It seems they are out of touch with the real world where people (and sixth form students) cannot justify dry cleaning every week.

Edited By: Common Sense on Oct 17, 2016 09:10
#5
I couldn't get the 15% unidays code to work
3 Likes #6
Common Sense
orlando08

It is for those who want good quality shirts for half their usual selling price.
Do sensible people really every buy at their full prices? If they have regular 50% off sales, they are "fake" usual prices.
Why are they any better quality than M&S where sale prices are often below £10 and even as low as £5?
For a large suit shop, Moss Bros do not even sell machine washable suits! It seems they are out of touch with the real world where people (and sixth form students) cannot justify dry cleaning every week.
Stop moaning If you don't think its a good deal don't comment, to some people this would be great ,
1 Like #7
Rebecca1234567
Stop moaning If you don't think its a good deal don't comment, to some people this would be great ,

Stop dictating to others what they should post. If you do not like it do not read. Some people need educating that it is a poor deal.

Edited By: Common Sense on Oct 17, 2016 09:58
#8
Common Sense
Rebecca1234567
Stop moaning If you don't think its a good deal don't comment, to some people this would be great ,
Stop dictating to others what they should post. If you do not like it do not read. Some people need educating that it is a poor deal.
Get a grip haha
1 Like #9
Rebecca1234567
Get a grip haha

Don't show your lack of intelligence.
4 Likes #10
Common Sense
Rebecca1234567
Stop moaning If you don't think its a good deal don't comment, to some people this would be great ,
Stop dictating to others what they should post. If you do not like it do not read. Some people need educating that it is a poor deal.

How will she know if she likes your post or not, without first reading it ?

And I've just bought three of the shirts - fabulous deal. Looking forward to wearing them with my dry clean only suits.
1 Like #11
To lighten things up in here, I have to say I was impressed with the quality of the DKNY white shirts I got from here a year or two ago. I've got a few other good quality shirts like Charles Tyrwhitt (spelling?) etc. The DKNY ones compare favourably. Have some heat sir/madam
#12
Common Sense
Rebecca1234567
Get a grip haha

Don't show your lack of intelligence.


Dkny compared to M&S... Hmmm!
#13
Moss Bro shirts are definitely better than M&S. The materials, stitching and fit are better.
1 Like #14
Lucozade

Dkny compared to M&S... Hmmm!

DKYN are just a brand. Are they made in the Asian workshops where people are paid salaries in line with local conditions? I suspect they are. I do not see them being any better quality than M&S. What independent evidence is there to substantiate a claim for better quality? High price does not equate to better quality. The price is based upon the brand and what they can get away with.

A £1 tee-shirt with DKYN on it does not make it worth £20 or better quality.

Some people do not believe in wearing clothes with brand names visible as it means they provide free advertising. They pay to advertise the company whilst others (celebrities) are paid to advertise. Quality stands out and does not require a brand name to be visible. Expensive quality clothes do not need a brand name to be visible.


Edited By: Common Sense on Oct 17, 2016 11:33
#15
orlando08

How will she know if she likes your post or not, without first reading it ?

She can read, but need not tell someone what to and what not to post if she does not like an opinion. Freedom of speech is permitted.
3 Likes #16
Common Sense
Lucozade

Dkny compared to M&S... Hmmm!
DKYN are just a brand. Are they made in the Asian workshops where people are paid salaries in line with local conditions? I suspect they are. I do not see them being any better quality than M&S. What independent evidence is there to substantiate a claim for better quality? High price does not equate to better quality. The price is based upon the brand and what they can get away with.
A £1 tee-shirt with DKYN does does not make it worth £20 or better quality.
Some people do not believe in wearing clothes with brand names visible as it means they provide free advertising. They pay to advertise the company whilst others (celebrities) are paid to advertise. Quality stands out and does not require a brand name to be visible. Expensive quality clothes do not need a brand name to be visible.

Neither price nor brand guarantee a better shirt. But a lot of the shirts (Savoy Tailors Guild e.g.) are 100% cotton as opposed to Polyester which is a nice material (imho) and they can't be had for £5-10 from M&S.

Not everyone wants to spend the additional bit but for some, it is the most worn piece of clothing so a little bit extra is definitely worthwhile...

Good deal op!
#17
Free delivery?
#18
Heat added. Four very nice shirts ordered.

I've been using M&S Sartorial shirts for work, lovely twill (non-iron) that comes up immaculately when ironed, however they've started to become less ironable and crease a little easier. They owe me nothing, but I'm very interested to try out a couple of DKNY shirts and a Hardy Amies shirt.

Thanks for listing this offer.
#19
wheelerdealer87
Free delivery?
I just spent £110 and delivery was free.
2 Likes #20
Common Sense
Lucozade

Dkny compared to M&S... Hmmm!
DKYN are just a brand. Are they made in the Asian workshops where people are paid salaries in line with local conditions? I suspect they are. I do not see them being any better quality than M&S. What independent evidence is there to substantiate a claim for better quality? High price does not equate to better quality. The price is based upon the brand and what they can get away with.
A £1 tee-shirt with DKYN on it does not make it worth £20 or better quality.
Some people do not believe in wearing clothes with brand names visible as it means they provide free advertising. They pay to advertise the company whilst others (celebrities) are paid to advertise. Quality stands out and does not require a brand name to be visible. Expensive quality clothes do not need a brand name to be visible.

Why are you here again? That's some pretty low quality trolling.

Edited By: ollie87 on Oct 17, 2016 12:06: Typo
#21
Thank you OP- need to get some cufflink shirts for my wedding next year. Been dragged around every shirt shop in town by my husband-to-be and he liked the quality of the DKNY shirts over any others- just to contribute to the above debate.
#22
M&S and TW Lewin are where my shirts come from. I've not tried DKNY. I've had plenty of designer branded shirts that simply don't last and look awful after 6 months, RL, Lacoste, Armani, YSL and Boss all spring to mind - most of them are cut up in a rag bag now for when I'm working on my car/in the garden. Moral of the story for me was paying more didn't equate to better quality.
1 Like #23
ollie87

Why are you here again? That's some pretty low quality trolling.

Here we are again, a poor attempt at blocking a different opinion, being unable to appreciate others have a different view.
1 Like #24
Common Sense
ollie87

Why are you here again? That's some pretty low quality trolling.
Here we are again, a poor attempt at blocking a different opinion, being unable to appreciate others have a different view.

Is your name ironic?
#25
Common Sense
Lucozade

Dkny compared to M&S... Hmmm!
DKYN are just a brand. Are they made in the Asian workshops where people are paid salaries in line with local conditions? I suspect they are. I do not see them being any better quality than M&S. What independent evidence is there to substantiate a claim for better quality? High price does not equate to better quality. The price is based upon the brand and what they can get away with.
A £1 tee-shirt with DKYN on it does not make it worth £20 or better quality.
Some people do not believe in wearing clothes with brand names visible as it means they provide free advertising. They pay to advertise the company whilst others (celebrities) are paid to advertise. Quality stands out and does not require a brand name to be visible. Expensive quality clothes do not need a brand name to be visible.

Do you actually own any quality clothing ?

Believe it or not, there are actually people out there who are willing to pay that bit extra for a higher quality garment (yes - even better than M&S). They pay it because they want to look good, not so they can wear a badge. I chose to buy Moss Bros and Charles Tyrwhitt because I wear a shirt and tie for work and experience has proven these shirts look better and last longer than your M&S / Tesco / Asda ones.

Also - your reference to Asian workshops. Where do you think the majority of the cheap clothing on sale in this country originates from ?

And is your mis-spelling of DKNY deliberate, or just a typo ?
1 Like #26
orlando08

Do you actually own any quality clothing ? --> Yes, including made to measure suits. No brand names showing.My son's sixth form suits are from Next and are not quality products, despite their higher prices. They are machine washable

Believe it or not, there are actually people out there who are willing to pay that bit extra for a higher quality garment (yes - even better than M&S). They pay it because they want to look good, not so they can wear a badge. I chose to buy Moss Bros and Charles Tyrwhitt because I wear a shirt and tie for work and experience has proven these shirts look better and last longer than your M&S / Tesco / Asda ones. --> I do not have any Tesco, Asda or M&S shirts.

Also - your reference to Asian workshops.
Where do you think the majority of the cheap clothing on sale in this country originates from ?--> Exactly, these so called expensive shirts are made in the same country or even factory as the cheaper ones often from the same cotton. The difference in price is the DKNY logo.

And is your mis-spelling of DKNY deliberate, or just a typo ? --. Typo. Sorry.



Edited By: Common Sense on Oct 17, 2016 13:24
#27
Common Sense
orlando08

Do you actually own any quality clothing ? --> Yes, including made to measure suits. No brand names showing.My son's sixth form suits are from Next and are not quality products, despite their higher prices. They are machine washable
Believe it or not, there are actually people out there who are willing to pay that bit extra for a higher quality garment (yes - even better than M&S). They pay it because they want to look good, not so they can wear a badge. I chose to buy Moss Bros and Charles Tyrwhitt because I wear a shirt and tie for work and experience has proven these shirts look better and last longer than your M&S / Tesco / Asda ones. --> I do not have any Tesco, Asda or M&S shirts.
Also - your reference to Asian workshops.
Where do you think the majority of the cheap clothing on sale in this country originates from ?--> Exactly, these so called expensive shirts are made in the same country or even factory as the cheaper ones often from the same cotton. The difference in price is the DKNY logo.
And is your mis-spelling of DKNY deliberate, or just a typo ? --. Typo. Sorry.

I'm not aware of any suit, irregardless of it's price that displays a brand name, other than on the inside lining, and is unlikely to be seen by only the wearer ? Like I said, buying quality isn't always about the price; it's about buying quality. As an advocate of made to measure suits, then surely you're appreciative of paying more for a higher quality item ?
#28
+1 M&S ftw
#29
Whi bought all dkny silk ties, you robbing **** lol
1 Like #30
I bought a dkny shirt and it's absolutely impossible to iron its creases out. It then creases again within mins. I may of had an inferior quality one but it's put me off them.
#31
Thanks OP , don't want to join the weird debate above, but my husband likes moss bros ( and Charles T ) shirts as they do extra long arm options which fit him better than off the rack shirts . Also since I end up ironing them quite regularly I also like moss bros as their own brand are so easy to iron. Cheers
#32
Common Sense
Rebecca1234567
Stop moaning If you don't think its a good deal don't comment, to some people this would be great ,
Stop dictating to others what they should post. If you do not like it do not read. Some people need educating that it is a poor deal.

Its getting a bit shirty, LOL!:D
#33
jesus i thought i was on hotukdeals site not http://www.troll.com
#34
Common Sense
Cheapest is £12.50 before cashback, Hardly a great deal.
Depends what you want from a shirt, cheap tat or pay £12.5 and it might be worth wearing after 1 wash
#35
Common Sense
orlando08

It is for those who want good quality shirts for half their usual selling price.

Do sensible people really every buy at their full prices? If they have regular 50% off sales, they are "fake" usual prices.

Why are they any better quality than M&S where sale prices are often below £10 and even as low as £5?

For a large suit shop, Moss Bros do not even sell machine washable suits! It seems they are out of touch with the real world where people (and sixth form students) cannot justify dry cleaning every week.


Machine washable suits?

Good grief.
#36
ixdi
Machine washable suits?
Good grief.

Would you dry clean a suit every week for a sixth form child?
Do you expect a secondary school child to wear a dry clean only school uniform?
Calculate the cost.

Many suits have false labels and can be machine washed (even Moss Bros admitted this in store).
#37
Common Sense
ixdi
Machine washable suits?
Good grief.
Would you dry clean a suit every week for a sixth form child?
Do you expect a secondary school child to wear a dry clean only school uniform?
Calculate the cost.
Many suits have false labels and can be machine washed (even Moss Bros admitted this in store).

The discussion isn't about school uniforms. Have you seen what happens to a suit jacket if you machine wash it...? It hangs with the grace of a potato sack.

And that sixth form where you have to wear a suit every day must be pretty exclusive!
#38
thomasleep
Depends what you want from a shirt, cheap tat or pay £12.5 and it might be worth wearing after 1 wash

This may happen with Moss Bros. I have never had such an experience with other suppliers. Remember Moss Bros shirts are over-priced as were sold at 50% of their usual ridiculous prices. At the sale price, are they half as good as the full price versions? Moss Bros simply operate on higher margins, which does not equate to better quality. Such claims need actual independent scientific evidence.

In the old days C&A shirts lasted for 5 years. The good old days! A branded bag would last 5 years.
Sadly, the world has changed. Price does not always equate to quality.
#39
orlando08

And that sixth form where you have to wear a suit every day must be pretty exclusive!

Not all all. I am not aware of a single state school where the sixth form boys are not required to wear a suit every day in my area. A suit is the default dress code.

Next and M&S sell machine washable 100% wool suits and wash fine. They also sell polyester suits that are machine washable, unlike Moss Bros - none of their suits are machine washable.

The suits are washed in a special bag and you hang them to dry flat. Full instructions are often provided. If they hang badly, you can get a refund! Poor quality suits may not machine wash well ;)


Edited By: Common Sense on Oct 18, 2016 08:55

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