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Thomas Pink / InstagramEvery guy should have about a weeks worth of good-quality dress shirts in his closet, whether they're saved for special occasions or worn regularly to the office.
That said, many company's dress shirts will set your wallet back; finding a good deal on this wardrobe staple isn't what we'd say is easy.
British shirting brand Thomas Pink is known for bringing exceptional tailoring made popular by London's Jermyn Street to the masses, and its new Business Bundle may be one of the smartest investments you can make for your closet yet. Especially if you wear a suit to work every day or have a bunch of weddings coming up this fall.
"The Business Bundle is targeted to the professional gentleman who is always on-the-go, works hard, and understands the impact his personal presentation has on how he is perceived," Jonathan Heilbron, the brand's president and CEO, told Business Insider. "With the bundle, he is able to sensibly have an assortment of impeccable business shirts available at all times."
Through the promotion, you can buy four shirts from two of Thomas Pink's most popular styles, the Sterling and the Traveller, for $400. Simply add any four options listed on the bundle's page to your cart, and the discount is automatically applied at checkout. It's still a pricey purchase, to be sure, but it's important to remember these shirts can cost up to $185 when purchased separately. At $100 each through the Business Bundle, you'll end up saving hundreds without compromising quality.
Regardless of which styles, colors, and patterns you choose, this deal is a win for both your closet and your wallet.
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