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post #211 of 2686
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Originally Posted by interlockingny View Post
I'm looking for one as well.

Does the 20% coupon work on Belstaff bags?
Never mind. I gave J. Crew customer service a call, and they stated that 20% coupons cannot be used on collab items.
post #212 of 2686
The flannels are slimmer this year. I tried on a small and I would say it is equivalent to last seasons XS flannel.
post #213 of 2686
are all of their new shirts slimmer
post #214 of 2686
Ive been lookin for a drab military jacket. surplus items fit terribly. tried this on in store and medium and small fit really well.

http://www.jcrew.com/AST/Browse/Mens...9589/19589.jsp
post #215 of 2686
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Originally Posted by as_ View Post
Never mind. I gave J. Crew customer service a call, and they stated that 20% coupons cannot be used on collab items.
Of course they're going to tell you that. If you place your order on their website with the 20% it will apply and be shipped though, I've already done it on a couple collab items.
post #216 of 2686
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Originally Posted by fueledbynewjersey View Post
Ive been lookin for a drab military jacket. surplus items fit terribly. tried this on in store and medium and small fit really well.

http://www.jcrew.com/AST/Browse/Mens...9589/19589.jsp

I prefer this.
post #217 of 2686
^ Yep. I go back and forth between this and last fall's fatigue jacket. The Millerain is a great choice for a less dressed down look. I use the fatigue jacket for kicking around, the Millerain more if I want to "look" better.

Love that Millerain. And doesn't hurt that I picked it up for $25.
post #218 of 2686
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Originally Posted by sockpuppets View Post
+1 except it's typical of J Crew jackets on me. The medum is too billowy. The small is too tight in the shoulders. I've also tried on the fatigue jacket, and it looked like it had just been trampled by a stampede of elephants.
post #219 of 2686
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Originally Posted by sockpuppets View Post
+1 I do too. Also, i'm curious if JCrew will have any new leather jackets and trench coats this fall.
post #220 of 2686
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Originally Posted by fueledbynewjersey View Post
Ive been lookin for a drab military jacket. surplus items fit terribly. tried this on in store and medium and small fit really well.

http://www.jcrew.com/AST/Browse/Mens...9589/19589.jsp

are u generally a small or med in j crew shirts? and which fit of the jacket is better on you?

Im curious because i wear a small in j crew shirts and for the utility jacket a small is too tight.
post #221 of 2686
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Originally Posted by freewilliee View Post
are u generally a small or med in j crew shirts? and which fit of the jacket is better on you?

Im curious because i wear a small in j crew shirts and for the utility jacket a small is too tight.

sameeee here. im about 5'11 165 lbs. I wear a small in all bd's but in the jackets the small's arms are just a tad tight and layering would be almost impossible, but the overall length is perfect. ill probably have to pick up the medium though
post #222 of 2686
Maybe one day clothing will be like Venom's symbiote costume and fit perfectly for everyone..no more dilemma about sizing. Ever. Again.
post #223 of 2686
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Originally Posted by dunelly View Post
are all of their new shirts slimmer
Good news to me.
If that's the case, maybe I could return to jcrew for shirts.
post #224 of 2686
Any 20% off coupons out there? I am willing to pay a little for it.
post #225 of 2686
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Originally Posted by Proceed View Post
^i like the heather charcoal better.

there's a nice navy heather sportcoat w/a 3rd ticket pocket coming soon. i noticed it on display @ the paramus store.

sweeeet
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