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Originally Posted by ctrlaltelite View Post
hate the phrase "true to size." for pants this is almost never the case, tagged sizes almost always measure +2 inches in the waist more than they're tagged, ie 32's are a true 34. this is the case with most mall brands, including j crew.

I got the urban slim fit stanton pants, fits like all my other 32 waist pants
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right, but they don't measure exactly 16" at the waist. they probably measure between 16.5"-17"

there's a size chart posted earlier putting the measurements around there.
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When does F/W10 hit the shops, generally?
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When does F/W10 hit the shops, generally?

I think we are doing rollout of F/W around the 3rd week of august. right now the store's basically empty. all the summer/final sales cleaned out the tiny ass mens shop at my store.

(another reason july is cutback month for associate hours, awesome....)
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Is this a new thing? Do we actually finally have official J Crew representation on this thread?!
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Originally Posted by ctrlaltelite View Post
hate the phrase "true to size." for pants this is almost never the case, tagged sizes almost always measure +2 inches in the waist more than they're tagged, ie 32's are a true 34. this is the case with most mall brands, including j crew.
From my experience dress pants typically fit the closest TTS, casual pants less so, finally followed by denim which will typically be the largest. I'm not speaking about any particular mall brand, just what I have seen in general over the years.
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Originally Posted by ctrlaltelite View Post
hate the phrase "true to size." for pants this is almost never the case, tagged sizes almost always measure +2 inches in the waist more than they're tagged, ie 32's are a true 34. this is the case with most mall brands, including j crew.

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Originally Posted by mhpragematter View Post
I think we are doing rollout of F/W around the 3rd week of august. right now the store's basically empty. all the summer/final sales cleaned out the tiny ass mens shop at my store.

(another reason july is cutback month for associate hours, awesome....)

I know we have a floorset coming in the last week of July, though I dont think it will be all f/w, probably just the beginning.
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Originally Posted by ctrlaltelite View Post
hate the phrase "true to size." for pants this is almost never the case, tagged sizes almost always measure +2 inches in the waist more than they're tagged, ie 32's are a true 34. this is the case with most mall brands, including j crew.

I usually take true to size mean that they measure 1 inch more than tagged waist size. In my experience (urban slims, vintage slims), J crew measure 2" bigger than tagged size.
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Does JCrew allow you to use the 20% off coupons they sometimes give out for purchases over $150 on their suits?
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What's wrong with the site? I visit their website rather often on Chrome, and it's always been fine for me.

Actually I also have problems with their site...its a rendering issue for me when I'm using Chrome.
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Does JCrew allow you to use the 20% off coupons they sometimes give out for purchases over $150 on their suits?


where is everyone getting these coupons?
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where is everyone getting these coupons?

I think they were in the latest catalog. Mine didn't have one.. but I'd love one if anyone had an extra.
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