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post #2041 of 2686
Picked up the Cadet Jacket today in black. Fits great, and it was a good deal with the sale. Shall be a good spring/fall jacket. One thing I didn't like was no hand pockets, just the two button flap pockets on the front.
post #2042 of 2686
Found a pair of the selvedge Levi's on sale today. Fucking amazing that these are $20 now.
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Originally Posted by TyCooN View Post

lol this is terrible

no one needs their shirts slimmer in the chest, it's the fucking waist that's the problem
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Originally Posted by gin8u View Post
just got an email from J Crew about the $3,000 gift card they are giving away (as a contest). I would love to enter, but it's only for US residents.
How do you enter? Was looking through the website this morning but didn't see anything that stood out like that.
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How do you enter? Was looking through the website this morning but didn't see anything that stood out like that.

http://jcrewholidaysolution.urbandaddy.com/

This was the link I was emailed.
post #2046 of 2686
Thank you - THAT CAWRD IS MINE!
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So I was in J Crew earlier trynig on a blue gingham button down. The XL's collar was too loose, and the L wasn't long enough in the body. I'm 6'3" 42 chest with rather normal proportions. Does anyone have any tips or is J. Crew just not for me?
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lol this is terrible

no one needs their shirts slimmer in the chest, it's the fucking waist that's the problem

HAHA+1

It's like how JCrew makes pants slimmer by taking an inch off the leg opening.
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lol this is terrible

no one needs their shirts slimmer in the chest, it's the fucking waist that's the problem

I have a slim shirt and it's a perfect fit to me, I really like it.

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Originally Posted by Vecna View Post
So I was in J Crew earlier trynig on a blue gingham button down. The XL's collar was too loose, and the L wasn't long enough in the body. I'm 6'3" 42 chest with rather normal proportions. Does anyone have any tips or is J. Crew just not for me?

Try large in tall size.
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I have a slim shirt and it's a perfect fit to me, I really like it.

Agreed, small in slim fit fits me like a glove (though perhaps a little short). Though, admittedly, at 6'1, 140lbs, I'm probably not the norm.
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Can anyone provide feedback on either the Cadet jacket or Fatigue Jacket? Fit? Details?

I want to take advance of the 30% outerwear deal. Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by HOT Sriracha View Post
Can anyone provide feedback on either the Cadet jacket or Fatigue Jacket? Fit? Details?

I want to take advance of the 30% outerwear deal. Thanks in advance.

They're both pretty good in fit and details. Price would be decent with the discount. Go for it.
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Originally Posted by Vecna View Post
So I was in J Crew earlier trynig on a blue gingham button down. The XL's collar was too loose, and the L wasn't long enough in the body. I'm 6'3" 42 chest with rather normal proportions. Does anyone have any tips or is J. Crew just not for me?

Try the large-tall.
post #2054 of 2686
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Originally Posted by HOT Sriracha View Post
Can anyone provide feedback on either the Cadet jacket or Fatigue Jacket? Fit? Details?

I want to take advance of the 30% outerwear deal. Thanks in advance.

Fatigue is heavier. More pockets. Seems bulkier.

I prefer cadet in black. I'm 5'8" 160 and small fit me well.

British Millerain Oilcloth is a similar style military/field jacket but is better than both.
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The Cadet jacket is a very lightweight jacket, and isn't as slim as I'd like for it to be. The shoulders fit me fine, but it's a bit looser in the body than I'd like.

Not bad for a breezy autumn day, but definitely not for winter, depending on where you live.

Additionally, I picked up the one in black, and it's been steadily fading into this dark green color. Kind of interesting.
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