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post #1936 of 2686
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Originally Posted by URALLMORONS View Post
Be quiet when you don't know the whole story.

Like I said, he's better off just ordering direct from the website then from you.
post #1937 of 2686
Hi guys,

Since all the best stuff has been off the J Crew website. Do you guys remember if J Crew sold the Belstaff Trialmaster or Roadmaster in an Olive color?

Thanks,
post #1938 of 2686
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post
Not sure if it was specifically for black friday, but at my local Jcrew all of their Levi's collab jeans were marked down to $19.99. Mostly had the "Best Blues" and a dark resin wash, but $19.99 isn't bad any way you cut it.

Not at my jcrew....
post #1939 of 2686
http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/s...9235/29235.jsp

does anyone have this sweater? I'm 5'9", 38 chest, 32 waist. S or M?
post #1940 of 2686
I've got the Belstaff Brad jacket in a Small (brand new) if anyone is interested. I'd be willing to part with it for just below retail.
post #1941 of 2686
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Originally Posted by EMY View Post
http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/s...9235/29235.jsp

does anyone have this sweater? I'm 5'9", 38 chest, 32 waist. S or M?

small
post #1942 of 2686
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post
The fact that the merino cardigan costs more should tell just how much of the cardigan is cashmere.

If it is anything like the sweater I bought two years ago, it is 8% cashmere. Kinda feels like sticky cotton. It's comfortable enough, though. Haven't worn it a whole lot, so I can't comment on longevity.

Waiting for my navy Merino cardigan in the mail. Ordered two large shipments for my wife and I. Unfortunately missed the 25% off for one of them. Pretty happy with the styling and quality of what I've gotten already though.

I haven't bought any clothes for a year or two. J Crew definitely seems to be slimming down their cuts. Some are even too slim for me these days.
post #1943 of 2686
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Originally Posted by thesamsonproject View Post
I've got the Belstaff Brad jacket in a Small (brand new) if anyone is interested. I'd be willing to part with it for just below retail.

Saw one of these today....one of the best jackets I've seen in a long time.
post #1944 of 2686
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Originally Posted by dmass1 View Post
What do you all think about their bowery twill pants? Does anyone have a pair? I'm thinking about picking up a classic fit pair in either navy or or clove.

Which color is more versatile? I'm thinking clove, but I have a lot of khaki colored pants and no navy


What about the bowery heather twill (only comes in heather grey?

The Bowery pants are not as slim as I would prefer. You should try them on first. I would call them a regular/relaxed fit. There's a little bagginess in the thighs/knees. Having said that, they're fine for my workplace. As for color, I'm starting to appreciate navy pants...work with black and brown shoes, unlike khaki.
post #1945 of 2686
They fit fine. I wouldnt say slim but wouldnt say relaxed either....pretty much in between.

if you want a slimmer fit they offer a slim fit bowery too.
post #1946 of 2686
I'm in love with this coat: http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/o...~~~~/17934.jsp Does anyone own it? Comments on quality or fit? I'm waiting around hoping the price falls a bit before I take the plunge.
post #1947 of 2686
Bought the Field Mechanic's jacket the other day during their 25% sale. Funny thing - I found the jacket in size S in the Dark Straw color. I was convinced that it was $218, even when the price said $258. I told the clerk this and he agreed to honor the $218 price. After getting 25% off, the total came to around $165. I get home and realized that it's the Faded Black version that is $218. Oh well. Guess I got away with (unintentional) robbery. After wearing the jacket for a few days, I kinda want to try the XS version and see if that's a better fit. Too bad they didn't have it in the store. The S fits me well, but I wish they had the XS for comparison. As for the jacket itself, I'm very happy with it. It's super-warm, definitely a dead-of-winter jacket. The zip up hood is a nice touch.
post #1948 of 2686
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Originally Posted by URALLMORONS View Post
They fit fine. I wouldnt say slim but wouldnt say relaxed either....pretty much in between.

if you want a slimmer fit they offer a slim fit bowery too.

Correct. I was referring to the classic fit ones. They're actually pretty comfortable for a desk jockey like me. I might go slim fit next time, tho.
post #1949 of 2686
They really need to do something about the exhorbitant shipping rates. Perhaps free shipping until Christmas.
post #1950 of 2686
25% off sweaters and free shipping on 150+ through 12/20
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