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any idea if these are selvage?
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Bring these down to $58.80 shipped for Cone Mills White Oak Canvas made in the USA

http://canvas.landsend.com/pp/StylePage-427059_X6.html?CM_MERCH=Shopping_Cart

I like the 608 cut for the chinos so I'm going to give these a shot.

any idea if these are selvage?
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any idea if these are selvage?

An owner on reddit says they are not.

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Just got a bunch of stuff from there 40% off sale. Kinda wanted the aloha shirt but held off. 

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Just got a bunch of stuff from there 40% off sale. Kinda wanted the aloha shirt but held off. 

What all did you purchase and can you give any comments about your purchase? I know it's been a while, haha.


I was looking to purchase some shorts from LEC, but not sure how the fit/sizes are. Anyone have any experience with them or even have any fit pics? Some of these leafy/floral stuff, I don't think that is something I could wear.
post #3426 of 3534
Did they finally stoping using the cotton that made had a semi-hard hand and was quite noisy on the button up?
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Did they finally stoping using the cotton that made had a semi-hard hand and was quite noisy on the button up?

I didn't notice that too much. I have a few of their tailored shirts from the mainline and also from the Canvas. The cotton feels really good to the touch and durable, since they tend to use the Supima cotton. Which shirts did you notice that with? Maybe it is more common with the No Iron shirts due to the process or coating they use, not sure.
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I think I bought 2 pairs of shorts, 2 LS oxfords, and 2 SS shirts. I only kept the shorts which were nice. The shirts were way too baggy so returned all of them. 

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I think I bought 2 pairs of shorts, 2 LS oxfords, and 2 SS shirts. I only kept the shorts which were nice. The shirts were way too baggy so returned all of them. 

Is it those 9' Chino shorts? They looked good, but I always wondered how they would fit/look. Do you think you can post a fit pic, if it isn't too much trouble?
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New to this forum. Hello all. I wear a mix of Rugger, Black Fleece, Epaulet, Seize sur Vingt,  J.Crew, Gitman Vintage, and have been playing footsie with LEC for a few years. Not quite ready to commit. Prices are really surprising to me (in a good way)--ie much cheaper than J.Crew. Just dove in and bought their Chambray blazer in a 38. A risk, since I don't know how it is cut. There's a pretty wide latitude when an an item is dubbed "updated for today's look and fit."  I'm 5m 11, slender, and take a 36 or 38S in other brands. Like it fitted and on the shorter side. Anyone have thoughts on LEC blazer fit? I'm all ears. 

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New to this forum. Hello all. I wear a mix of Rugger, Black Fleece, Epaulet, Seize sur Vingt,  J.Crew, Gitman Vintage, and have been playing footsie with LEC for a few years. Not quite ready to commit. Prices are really surprising to me (in a good way)--ie much cheaper than J.Crew. Just dove in and bought their Chambray blazer in a 38. A risk, since I don't know how it is cut. There's a pretty wide latitude when an an item is dubbed "updated for today's look and fit."  I'm 5m 11, slender, and take a 36 or 38S in other brands. Like it fitted and on the shorter side. Anyone have thoughts on LEC blazer fit? I'm all ears. 

Honestly have NO experience with their blazers, but I just wanted to chime in about LEC. Being a student, I haven't invested in a lot of those brands you listed, except J. Crew. For me, I think LEC offers very good compromise in terms of quality:price ratio. Especially when their items go on sale, you can get some amazing deals. The Canvas line does offer more fitted clothes in comparison to their mainline. I have bought some chinos, shirts, and sweaters, and with all due respect to J. Crew, the quality was on par most of the time and even surpassed J. Crew (especially true when you are comparing chinos, LEC has much better quality for much cheaper). I have an athletic build, and the small in shirts fit well for me -- not tight or restricting, but looks fitted and plenty of room to maneuver for daily activities. Generally, I have heard good things about LEC blazers, but your milage may vary. I was surprised to hear that you are 5'11 and you wear a size 36R in suits...let me know how it works out for you, and do a fit pic you feel inclined!
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Honestly have NO experience with their blazers, but I just wanted to chime in about LEC. Being a student, I haven't invested in a lot of those brands you listed, except J. Crew. For me, I think LEC offers very good compromise in terms of quality:price ratio. Especially when their items go on sale, you can get some amazing deals. The Canvas line does offer more fitted clothes in comparison to their mainline. I have bought some chinos, shirts, and sweaters, and with all due respect to J. Crew, the quality was on par most of the time and even surpassed J. Crew (especially true when you are comparing chinos, LEC has much better quality for much cheaper). I have an athletic build, and the small in shirts fit well for me -- not tight or restricting, but looks fitted and plenty of room to maneuver for daily activities. Generally, I have heard good things about LEC blazers, but your milage may vary. I was surprised to hear that you are 5'11 and you wear a size 36R in suits...let me know how it works out for you, and do a fit pic you feel inclined!

 

Hey, thanks for this thoughtful, detailed reply. I have sports jackets in a range of sizes, from 36 to 38/48, to 40/50. It all depends on the cut. In Ludlow, I'm a 38, but I take it in a S, b/c I like it to be shorter fit. I ordered the LEC in a 38. It looks to be much nicer chambray than a previous model, which some style bloggers noted had a "mom jean" quality. We'll see.

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Is it those 9' Chino shorts? They looked good, but I always wondered how they would fit/look. Do you think you can post a fit pic, if it isn't too much trouble?

 

They fit better than my PRL prospect shorts. It's a slim fit but I think it's just how everyone should make their shorts fit like: contouring to the thigh and draping over it in a thoughtful way. Brands need to realize that they need to tailor their shorts like they tailor their pants.

I bought mine in navy and chimney and am very satisfied. Thinking of picking up the aqua one too.

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They fit better than my PRL prospect shorts. It's a slim fit but I think it's just how everyone should make their shorts fit like: contouring to the thigh and draping over it in a thoughtful way. Brands need to realize that they need to tailor their shorts like they tailor their pants.
I bought mine in navy and chimney and am very satisfied. Thinking of picking up the aqua one too.

Yes, the shorts to look fitted and the material should be great if its like their chinos (very durable, should last a LONG time). I will try to stop by the store in the near future to check it out. Thanks for your update!
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Picked up a few shirts...some Oxfords and Poplins. The Oxfords have an awesome weight/ruggedness to them with some nice colors, especially like the overdyed shirt -- a real looker in the summer. One thing I noticed is that the small seem a little larger than the previous seasons, which is a bummer. Running it through a warm wash/warm dryer cycle, a hot steam iron, and I think it will shrink nicely.
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