Thursday, 18 April 2013

Shirt Sale

I made a brief sortie into town this morning in the two-wheeler. There was a feisty head-wind en route.

Having spent awhile in the Linenhall Library (I am tempted to write an article about the Herdmans of Sion House), I ambled in to Marks & Spencer, where I bought garlic-bread and a roast chicken breast.

In the menswear department I spotted a number of perfectly good shirts, which were in the sale.

The £5 price sticker proved to be irresistible. Moreover, there was a very good selection of shirts in my size.

I purchased a lilac, cutaway collar, slim-fit, double-cuff, "sartorial" little number, reduced from £39.50 to a fiver.

A "heritage" shirt in pure cotton twill was reduced from £27.50 to £5.

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