Discussion in 'General' started by cq45, Apr 18, 2008.
my vote goes to Marshalls.
Polos and the occasional pair of shoes.
Marshall's gets my vote but they are practically all the same to me now. Most of the time, it depends on the location as well. Marshall's at an upperclass city gets better selection and items than lower class cities.
i live in Puyallup, Washington a more "Rich" area than say, Kent
Kent has a WAY better selection than Puyallup.
Kent also has Polos for days while puyalup
what about burlington coat factory?
Marshalls is good but Ross is the one that gets in the Nikes/Vans.
Most marshalls in my area I haven't seen Nikes at in a minute.
what about it...
slipped my mind
Really? I guess the Marshall's in my area just gets lucky. All the Marshall's here gets RL whehter it's polo or sweater but only the richarea Marshall's gets RL suits, Seven jeans, True Religion, Paper Denim, etc...
Burlington Coat Factory is good but they're almost too big for their own good. It's the best place to get jackets and suits though.
Nordstrom Rack is on the top of all of these places. Name brands clothes and shoes. I like Loehmann's also, except their men's department are usuallysmall.
tj maxx ive got some good stuff there
i like tj maxx down here in houston
tj maxx got the kids polo game on lock as far as mens you might find somethin hot every now and than
Yea if I want a 6XL State Property shirt......
Marshalls always had the best selection. But Ross used to be dope.
ross store is absolutely HORRIBLE it has nothing.
they should just go out of business and stop taking up space.
Just FYI, Marshall's and TJ Maxx are owned by the same company. It's called "MarMaxx". Clever.
in seattle some of our marshalls got stussy...now thats weird. i copped a shirt and a sweater.
which one is seattle
how much was it there?
Ross, I was able to pick up six Zoom Kobe 1's las summer. Not bad.
Hopefully some type of hurache or Kobe 2's come thru this summer