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4, 5, 6, 7, S at Grand Central-42nd St.
American Express, MasterCard, Visa
This venue is closed.
What prompts a visit to J. Press? Usually, a cousin's Harvard graduation or a weekend in the Hamptons. For such occasions, this men's store can have you duded out in collegiate splendor via a crisp collared shirt and a subtly floral or tastefully striped tie in no time. (If your style requires a dose of irony, you can get that tie with skulls.) For a more casual look, J. Press carries madras and seersucker that practically scream Nantucket. There are also the requisite Hawaiian prints, polo shirts, and iconic trench coats. As every dapper gent knows, it's all about the details: plaid hats, Argyle socks, and belts enlivened by lobsters, monkeys, and whales.Sales
Discounts up to 40 percent off all merchandise for the after-Thanksgiving-Day sale.
J. Press has sleek tuxedos in peak-lapel cuts (from $695), as well as bow ties (from $36), silver cuff links (from $69), and cummerbund sets (from $98). It also carries suits in navy and charcoal.
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