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post #3286 of 5156
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Originally Posted by wrenhunter View Post
Hmm, if only there were a way to see these clothes in person, say at a series of regional distribution areas. Perhaps private dressing chambers could be outfitted with mirrors?
OK - you got me.
post #3287 of 5156

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Edited by cchoi5 - 7/1/12 at 8:27am
post #3288 of 5156
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Originally Posted by cross22 View Post
I wonder if this could be used in a lawsuit for false advertising. I know EVERYONE does this, but aren't they lying when they show you the picture of a garment you are buying that is radically different than what they are selling?


Ha ha. It's hardly false advertising if they show you that they're pinning it!

This kind of thing is virtually unwinnable. ANY representation of anything is going to include some distortion. That's what the lawyers would argue. Camera angle and lens, lighting, etc., can all make something look different. In the end, any model picture is only meant as a suggestion of what the garment might look like in real life.
post #3289 of 5156
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Originally Posted by BeerBaron View Post
Weird because the fit looked perfect on the web site, especially in the sleeves:



Mine came with the clips.
post #3290 of 5156
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Originally Posted by Robert View Post
Mine came with the clips.

We need a WAYWT fit pic with the clips.. in public!
post #3291 of 5156
Red Chambray is back online.
post #3292 of 5156
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Originally Posted by Robert View Post
Mine came with the clips.
Will you proxy us some from the clearance center?
post #3293 of 5156
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Originally Posted by Robert View Post
Ha ha. It's hardly false advertising if they show you that they're pinning it!

This kind of thing is virtually unwinnable. ANY representation of anything is going to include some distortion. That's what the lawyers would argue. Camera angle and lens, lighting, etc., can all make something look different. In the end, any model picture is only meant as a suggestion of what the garment might look like in real life.

If you guys think J.Crew is bad, what about RL. Everything on their website looks impeccably trim whether it's Black Label or classic fit Polo.
post #3294 of 5156
Baba, just go to Office Depot.
post #3295 of 5156
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Originally Posted by a-rock View Post
If you guys think J.Crew is bad, what about RL. Everything on their website looks impeccably trim whether it's Black Label or classic fit Polo.

I read somewhere that they put there models in a size smaller than what they would normally wear.
post #3296 of 5156
Anyone know if there is a silk/linen herringbone jacket planned for the fall?
post #3297 of 5156
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Originally Posted by wannabeagiant View Post
I read somewhere that they put there models in a size smaller than what they would normally wear.

I think this is an industry-wide practice. The J. Crew models often seem squeezed into their garments.
post #3298 of 5156
Got my essential chonos back from the tailor. Bought them unhemmed and asked for a full break. I think she made them too long and past the break I wanted.

Where do most of you get urs hemmed to?
post #3299 of 5156
Khakis are not supposed to have a full break. No break to a very small break is best for khakis.
post #3300 of 5156
I usually do a full for my darker khakis and a half for my lighter ones. EDIT: Yeah, she altered it longer then they should be. I checked ver another pair of pants I have. It's a pain because I bought them for a business trip I am taking and dont have time to get them fixed before I leave.
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