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post #3391 of 3527
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Originally Posted by OneBeLo View Post

I just got hooded cardigan (tide-pool heather in small) and it is great. I had to size down for a better fit (5'10, 32" waist and 39" chest) and it fits great with a tee/light button-down under it. There is one color left in stock I think, but it's worth a shot; I certainly like it a lot, especially the weave of the fabric.

 

I actually wanted the blue one but they had sold out! Looks pretty cool!

post #3392 of 3527
30% off friends and family code going on right now....
post #3393 of 3527
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Originally Posted by bl@ster View Post

30% off friends and family code going on right now....

and not a single fucking thing worth buying. If it weren't for Oak Street, that whole website would be a wasteland.
post #3394 of 3527
I've given up on them. They were good for basic essentials until their prices went wild.
post #3395 of 3527
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Originally Posted by Factor Xll View Post

I've given up on them. They were good for basic essentials until their prices went wild.

I usually buy basics, and only when on sale (maybe thats why I miss out on certain colors, lol )! Not because I'm cheap, but it's because they are 2highsmile.gif

post #3396 of 3527
The prices did go a little wild, yes, but unlike J. Crew LEC has sales. The current 30% off and free shipping coupon makes their offerings priced prettty competitively, imo. Add to that the fact that the chinos are flat out better than J. Crews... so I'm still a pretty happy customer with LEC.
post #3397 of 3527
Does anyone know the chest measurements on the LEC sport shirts? Im looking for a pit to pit of about 21. Thanks
post #3398 of 3527
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Originally Posted by UltraMagnetical View Post

Does anyone know the chest measurements on the LEC sport shirts? Im looking for a pit to pit of about 21. Thanks

You should be able to find this out using the chat feature on the LE website - I've done it before, and they're very helpful.
post #3399 of 3527
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Originally Posted by bl@ster View Post

The prices did go a little wild, yes, but unlike J. Crew LEC has sales. The current 30% off and free shipping coupon makes their offerings priced prettty competitively, imo. Add to that the fact that the chinos are flat out better than J. Crews... so I'm still a pretty happy customer with LEC.

i was looking at their slim chinos online, hows the sizing on those? tts?

post #3400 of 3527
Pit to pit on the medium tailored fit is 21.5". That is after washing, which caused it to shrink at least a half an inch or so.
post #3401 of 3527
I'm not sure I get the negativity about LEC. Given the sales pricing, I think they're terrific. I mean, yeah, it's no Engineered Garments, but I can't afford that stuff. Not even close . As it is, today I'm wearing an LEC chambray work shirt that I love. I also own one of the heavy twill shirts, which has become my single favorite piece of casual wear. A few months ago I bought one of their Made in USA Jeans, which are also quite nice. I can't remember what I paid for this stuff, but it sure wasn't much. I don't like everything they offer, but bitching about it is ridiculous.
post #3402 of 3527
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Originally Posted by bl@ster View Post

The prices did go a little wild, yes, but unlike J. Crew LEC has sales. The current 30% off and free shipping coupon makes their offerings priced prettty competitively, imo. Add to that the fact that the chinos are flat out better than J. Crews... so I'm still a pretty happy customer with LEC.

Seems like like readjusted their prices? Could have sworn their old-new prices for shirts was around 54?

When they first launched it was 29ish
post #3403 of 3527
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Originally Posted by DC Office Hack View Post

I'm not sure I get the negativity about LEC. Given the sales pricing, I think they're terrific. I mean, yeah, it's no Engineered Garments, but I can't afford that stuff. Not even close . As it is, today I'm wearing an LEC chambray work shirt that I love. I also own one of the heavy twill shirts, which has become my single favorite piece of casual wear. A few months ago I bought one of their Made in USA Jeans, which are also quite nice. I can't remember what I paid for this stuff, but it sure wasn't much. I don't like everything they offer, but bitching about it is ridiculous.

When they first launched, you could purchase any of their shirts for ~30 without coupons, with coupons you were looking at ~20 per shirt. They have now raised their prices but the quality have not improved. Still decent for the price but with the higher prices, the quality should be higher as well.
post #3404 of 3527
anyone tried the indigo canvas pants? they are made from Cone Mill canvas- wonder if they are selvage?
post #3405 of 3527
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Originally Posted by Factor Xll View Post


When they first launched, you could purchase any of their shirts for ~30 without coupons, with coupons you were looking at ~20 per shirt. They have now raised their prices but the quality have not improved. Still decent for the price but with the higher prices, the quality should be higher as well.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Factor Xll View Post


When they first launched, you could purchase any of their shirts for ~30 without coupons, with coupons you were looking at ~20 per shirt. They have now raised their prices but the quality have not improved. Still decent for the price but with the higher prices, the quality should be higher as well.

I agree with that statement, off in on customer since 1998! Nothings cheap anymorewink.gif I dont know how long some of you guys have been purchasing from LE; but they're super T's had side vents and better costructed and where almost imperviuos to washing!

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