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post #736 of 2686
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Originally Posted by edubs01 View Post
Thinking of picking up a pair of navy cords.
Thoughts on either of these cuts????
484 slim fit
straight fit

they dont make the 484 in navy >_<... they make 3 shades of black.. why? i dont know. i asked the service person and she said "what colors are available for one cut may not be in another"... stupid.

here i thought dark brown was just out of stock.. i got one of the faded black colors and it has a nice not-black feel to it. i do love the pants..
post #737 of 2686
i dont even know why i want this

post #738 of 2686
Fuck yeah, fair isle!
post #739 of 2686
Saw this piece in the latest Monocle:



Since when do J Crew Secret Wash shirts have chambray lined collars and MOP buttons? I can't find any mention of this on their site.
post #740 of 2686
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Originally Posted by ceekay View Post
they dont make the 484 in navy >_<... they make 3 shades of black.. why? i dont know. i asked the service person and she said "what colors are available for one cut may not be in another"... stupid.

here i thought dark brown was just out of stock.. i got one of the faded black colors and it has a nice not-black feel to it. i do love the pants..

yeah, would it kill them to make a dark/chocolate brown...?
post #741 of 2686
I bought a plaid secret wash shirt and it has the chambray lined collare, nicer buttons and a button on the back of the collar as well...my other SW shirt does not have this. The plaid is a new colorway for this year I think. I also find that the new shirts fits slimmer then my other one, though this could be just normal sizing variance I suppose.
post #742 of 2686
They don't mention chambray lined collars, but many of the shirts have them. If you look at the photos on the site, you can see it in many of the secret wash shirts. I've only seen MOP buttons on the chambray shirts, but Monocle mentions the Thomas Mason fabric, so the MOP buttons might just be on those shirts.
post #743 of 2686
Yeah, mine are definitely not MOP buttons, though I do think they are a little nicer then my other shirt.
post #744 of 2686
^^ That's good to hear, I think a chambray lining on casual shirts is a nice touch, and it gives the collar some form.

Still pissed I missed out on the cadet jacket during the 30% off final clearance sale...lesson learned, whe you want something don't sit on it because you'll eventually forget.
post #745 of 2686
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Originally Posted by ctrlaltelite View Post
it's a definite workwear item, the kind you'd find at ll bean, orvis and hunting shops and fits like a tent. thankfully j crew's does not. it's a great alternative to flannel and can be worn as a shirt or shirt jacket. i personally like the layered collar look, especially tucked in jeans or olive chinos with some hardy looking boots.
Regarding your Belstaff Roadmaster, can you measure the shoulders for me? What's your chest size also? I'm not sure if I would be a small or medium. The measurements J Crew gave me for the shoulders were taken 6 inches down the back (which doesn't make any sense).
post #746 of 2686
The new fall arrivals are so nice but outta my broke college price range -__-
post #747 of 2686
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Originally Posted by Meis View Post
yeah, would it kill them to make a dark/chocolate brown...?

esp when they make the same pants already in straight fit.. that stuff makes me mad.. also i just noticed that my chinos i love so much that i bought like 4 different pair, are some how at least an inch and a half shorter than all my new ones. so my favorite pants are actually mistakes.. great. i cant have a second pair
post #748 of 2686
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Originally Posted by wannabeagiant View Post
Regarding your Belstaff Roadmaster, can you measure the shoulders for me? What's your chest size also? I'm not sure if I would be a small or medium. The measurements J Crew gave me for the shoulders were taken 6 inches down the back (which doesn't make any sense).

my chest is around 38/39. the sleeves are a good 26" or so on the jacket, and my shoulders are 17." definitely some room so i can layer this badboy.

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Originally Posted by rdev View Post
I've only seen MOP buttons on the chambray shirts, but Monocle mentions the Thomas Mason fabric, so the MOP buttons might just be on those shirts.

thomas mason shirts do have MOP buttons. i think they may not be made in china either but i'll have to consult my closet to be sure.
post #749 of 2686
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Originally Posted by AEB A4 View Post
Heads up to anyone using the student / teacher discount online. They dont offer the 15% off anymore online starting September 12th, only full price instore items can be bought with the discount now. F YOU J Crew!!

Wait tell you hear about there new return policy starting tomorrow. You'll love them even more <33



/sarcasm
post #750 of 2686
I just received a pair of Urban Slim fit grey broken-in chinos from the final sale. And I must say, I am extremely angry. The waist, which is supposed to be a 30, fits more like a 34, and the pants are anything but slim. I have classic fit broken in chinos, and these urban fit are wider in the hips and the legs. They say slim on the inside, dont know what is going on, but J Crew will not let me return them, at least with whomever I spoke with over the phone.

I also bought two of their new slim fit button downs...also not so slim, just barely smaller than their normal tailored fit.

I honestly expected more, considering all of my classic fit chinos have been worn for at least a year and still look new from J Crew.
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