On my way home from getting a haircut last week, I happened upon the Village Discount Outlet—which was almost a warehouse. (Or should it be wearhouse?) It was packed, both with clothes and with scarf-covered women cramming their shopping carts full of stuff.
The sizes run big for a little guy like me, but after significant rooting I snagged these incredible wool/alpaca slacks that fit perfectly.
Yeah, they're pleated. I'm okay with that.
A couple of drawbacks: There aren't any dressing rooms, which isn't the worst problem; as long as you're wearing a T-shirt, you can throw other shirts over it. Pants—that's another story. I did figure out a way to try them on, but it was tricky and I don't really want to talk about it.
The place isn't curated well, but that means prices are dirt cheap. Saw a decent trench coat for 90 cents. And I walked away with a slim-fit Italian dress shirt for $6 that'll make a perfect gift for the brother.
And these pants? $4. Believe it. Inspect carefully, though. When I got home I found a worn hole in the seat, which will mean a trip to the tailor.
But at 4 bones? You gotta dig, but that's hard to beat.