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post #1981 of 2686
I could have sworn I saw Fjallraven coats on the J.Crew website. I don't see anything now... Am I going crazy?
post #1982 of 2686
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Originally Posted by m.gway View Post
I could have sworn I saw Fjallraven coats on the J.Crew website. I don't see anything now... Am I going crazy?

They probably took them down along with many of the other collabs for the sale.
post #1983 of 2686
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Originally Posted by fiestaplatypus View Post
Are you referring to these?:

Regular-fit flannel-lined chino
http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/p...~~~~/20118.jsp

or these?:

Vintage slim-fit flannel-lined Tompkins pant
http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/p...2825/32825.jsp

First one. I plan on copping the second one!
post #1984 of 2686
"This is huge"

whoever is doing the marketing in the emails need to be let go.
post #1985 of 2686
Does anyone own the Red Wing rugged classic boot in dark wood? Checking to see if they fit true to size. Kinda up in the air between these and the Red Wing Beckman boots. Opinions?

Need something to replace my old Docs from 7+ years ago.
post #1986 of 2686
No one has mentioned it yet, so just so everyone is aware... Jcrew is currently running 25% off when you spend $150 or more, and 30% off when you spend $250+. Free shipping and promotion also applies to sale items.
post #1987 of 2686
Sorry if this has been covered, but if anyone has one of jcrews "Slim fit" collared shirts in XS, can you take a measurement of pit to pit, shoulder, and neck to hem? THANKS!~
post #1988 of 2686
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Originally Posted by loreley View Post
Sorry if this has been covered, but if anyone has one of jcrews "Slim fit" collared shirts in XS, can you take a measurement of pit to pit, shoulder, and neck to hem? THANKS!~
J. Crew will give you these measurements if you email them.
post #1989 of 2686
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Originally Posted by Bond111 View Post
Does anyone own the Red Wing rugged classic boot in dark wood? Checking to see if they fit true to size. Kinda up in the air between these and the Red Wing Beckman boots. Opinions?

Need something to replace my old Docs from 7+ years ago.

I have owned the RW rugged classic in dark wood.

I would go TTS

I wear an 11.5 in most shoes, I ended up sizing down .5 in the rugged classic with a size 11, and had to sell them because my toe hit the front a little.

So yeah, stay TTS. You might notice it feels a tad loose or whatnot around the heel, making you think you should size down but you'll end up with the toe area too small.

And after a week or two of wear, they will start molding to your foot and fit great.

My .02 cents.
post #1990 of 2686
Alright fellow J. Crew fans, I need some sizing advice. I bought two J. Crew sweaters recently, and I usually wear a small in their stuff. However, I have had several small cotton-cashmere sweaters and wool cardigans stretch out way too much, so I decided to size down this time around. Pictures can be found in the thread linked below. Let me know what you guys think, especially if anyone has any experience with stretching on either of these particular items.

http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=212231
post #1991 of 2686
First too big, second one will stretch out.
post #1992 of 2686
Second looks fine to me, the first one is a bit off though.
post #1993 of 2686
first's way too big
post #1994 of 2686
Perhaps J. Crew intended for the fit of that toggle cardigan to be a bit baggy? The one pictured is an XS. Maybe I am just deformed...
post #1995 of 2686
Hopefully this helps some people out: The fit for our Secret Wash and flannel shirts are universal. The measurements you're looking for are below. Hope this helps. -Jack POINTS OF MEASURE XS Center Back Length 29.25 Center Front Length from Neck Seam 26.125 Across Shoulders 16.75 Chest Circumference 39 Waist Circumference 36.5
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