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Dress Shirts and Accessories from Charles Tyrwhitt (Half Off). Two Options Available.

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British clothier & haberdasher unfurls colorful array of stylish dress shirts, ties & polos as well as cuff links & suits

The Fine Print

Expires Jun 15th, 2012. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Online only. Extra $9.95 fee for shipping for orders under $100; extra $14.95 shipping fee for orders over $100. Returns will receive merchant credit. Must use promotional value in 1 order. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $25 for $50 worth of clothing
  • $50 for $100 worth of clothing<p>

A wealth of stylish formal, casual, and semiformal wear dresses customers in finely made clothing with a British flavor, including items such as men’s dress shirts available in classic, slim, or tailored (extra slim) fit starting at $59 each as well as a set of four slim-fit, non-iron cotton shirts for $199. Other clothing options range from accessories to suits, such as Union Jack socks ($19), a silk gold and navy club stripe woven tie ($49), a pine green pique polo shirt ($55), or a grey check classic fit suit ($499).<p>

Charles Tyrwhitt

In 1986, confident that he could out-dress any business rival, Nicholas Charles Tyrwhitt Wheeler began building his clothing empire. He now oversees high-end outlets across Britain, the United States, and Paris, each of which dispenses London style to wardrobes in the forms of handmade silk ties, smartly cut suits, and enameled cufflinks. Charles Tyrwhitt keeps things casual with suede boating shoes and pima cotton polos, and his ladies' collection branches out into iron-free shirts, knitwear, and contemporary blouses. Shoppers looking to up their dapper factor may consult the style tips for a modern gentleman, which include advice on topics such as how to tie a bow tie, choose a flattering suit cut, or properly pronounce "P.G. Wodehouse.”


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