CONTEST: Win one of two collared shirts!

Gents, find your chic thinking caps and get ready for another great contest! In celebration of Father’s Day, we and Onassis Clothing are giving away TWO Oxford Point Collar Shirts from their Father’s Day collection to promote their brand. Check out what you could land:

As always, there’s only one way to score a prize: Post a comment to this post telling us what is your LEAST favorite thing about shopping in a high end department store. Sometimes I get rushed out of the changing room, which never ends well.

Please note contest is limited to persons in the U.S. and Canada. Two winners will be selected at random.

The deadline’s Saturday, June 18th, 2011 at 6 pm EST. And don’t forget to include your email address in your submission! Good luck, gents!

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44 Responses to CONTEST: Win one of two collared shirts!

  1. dvice12 says:

    My LEAST favorite thing about shopping in a high end department store is the high prices

  2. Diane52 says:

    I dislike a sales clerk who tries to sell you a product that she/he has no knowledge of. We were just looking to purchase flooring and 9 out of 10 of the clerks, rather than admit they didn't know gave us false information.
    diane Baum

  3. enizete says:

    Gorgeous!!! Just in time for Fathers Day! I'm sure he will love it and look so stylish. Count me in, please. Thanks!

  4. kathy pease says:

    i hate when the sals people always ask over and over if i need any help..nice gesture but annoying

  5. gnwg says:

    A couple of my least favorite things about shopping in high end department stores are the prices and being bothered by over eager sales people!
    ziggyga athotmaildot com

  6. Adam Lipkin says:

    It comes down to the prices for me. I don't mind the attentive sales clerks if they know what they're doing, but the prices are a kick in the gut.

  7. Timshaun says:

    I hate that the salespeople get attitudes when you say you are just looking.
    Shaunda.Eppes at gmail dot com

  8. kolpin says:

    the sale racks are still expensive!
    kolpin4680 at gmail dot com

  9. carolpie says:

    Snooty helpers. I want someone to be pleasant and maybe even have some REAL knowledge of clothing and what would look good on me. Don't ignore me, either. Be there to really help and make it enjoyable for both of us.
    spencer1953 at gmail dot com.

  10. mary says:

    my least favorite thing is the sales clerks that snub their noses at you if they think you are not 'important enough' for them to give their attention to you.

    jagar0047 at yahoo dot com

  11. LuckyTJG says:

    I dislike the salesperson following me around and asking me constantly if I need anything.
    LuckyTJG at cs dot com

  12. goofyme says:

    I don't like when sales people question me about what I'm looking for. I know they're just trying to be helpful, but I don't like to waste time talking. If I want to know something, I'll ask…(but that's just me).

    Finegal50 AT sbcglobal DOT net

  13. willdebbie says:

    I don't like to be bothered or followed around like I'm trying to steal something
    willdebbie97 at yahoo dot com

  14. KewteePie says:

    When the sales people all want to know if your being helped, then not one is to be found when it's time to pay. At least one should stay close by, just in case…

  15. PowerSweepstaking says:

    simple, paying unjustifiable increases in cost which are only priced higher because of the store you're buying in.

  16. Valeen says:

    My least favorite thing about high end department stores is being judged by appearance, or ignored.

    sweepyhead at gmail dot com

  17. April says:

    There seems to be less of a color and size selection.

  18. Erica C. says:

    I hate being followed around by a sales representative because there are hardly any people shopping. I want to shop without pressure!

  19. Chisum Crew says:

    My least favorite thing is a sales clerk who doesn't know when to back off. trinitygsd at yahoo dot ocm

  20. mrluckins says:

    I'm a pretty tall guy so most stores don't carry suits in my size, which isn't a big deal since I can usually get them for a discount online and have them tailored to fit.
    What IS a big deal is asking a sales associate if they carry suits in my size (you know, on a whim) and having them respond "Urgh, no we'll never carry that size because it's quite disproportionate and only YOU would buy it." Ouch. [email protected]

  21. h. mcnaron says:

    Other than the scary high prices? The employees. They sometimes work on commission and are just annoying or mean if they think you aren't going to spend a lot of money. Grrr.

    hmcnaron at gmail

  22. Sarah says:

    My least favorite thing is NOT being asked if I need any help.

  23. wildcat32 says:

    I hate when the salespeople will not leave me alone. I want to look around without any disturbances.

    monster6236 at gmail dot com

  24. thedancedose says:

    I hate when they advertise something online and they don't have it in the store.

  25. Ashley says:

    I hate getting bugged by the sales people. I used to work in retail and I refused to bug people when they were shopping…which is why they never put me as a greeter!


  26. Aisling says:

    My husband says he dislikes having to sort through racks of clothing trying to find the "just right" thing. He'd much rather shop on line and see photos. mcgillrmcgill(at)charter(dot)net

  27. Jessica says:

    Sometimes, in certain sections of the store, you just get ignored if you're not looking at the expensive items or dressed too casually. Not my favorite thing.


  28. sweepmom says:

    My least favorite thing is that they often have only a few sizes on the racks and you have to ask to see your size.

  29. Brittney says:

    I hate it when i try something on and don't like it, and the sales clerk is still determined to sell it to me.
    Brittney Puckett

  30. Boyd says:

    I dislike high end sales clerks who "think" they know fashion; working with them quickly turns into a condescending "just listen to me, I know what is hot" battle and I end up leaving the store frustrated.

    boydwold gmail com

  31. Rebecca Graham says:

    My least favorite thing is over attentive sales clerks. I like to look at the clothes by myself without someone standing over me.

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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