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post #766 of 2686
OMG i love this cashmere sweater so much, but am so afraid of their cashmere quality. have their cashmere quality gotten any better than previous years?

post #767 of 2686
I was looking for some work inspired denim shirts (not into the western shirt) and came across this J. Crew Denim Utility Shirt:
http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/s...8932/18932.jsp

Is it worth the price? How's the quality of the denim and fit? Am I better off with a cheap one at Uniqlo? Any other higher quality alternatives? Tia!
post #768 of 2686
jcrew factory online... junk
post #769 of 2686
Is factory the outlet stuff?
post #770 of 2686
Looks like it from what I've seen at the two J. Crew outlets I've been to. What's the idea behind this? Are they going after the Lands End customers the way that LE went after J. Crew customers with LE Canvas? I, for one, wouldn't mind paying an extra $20 or $30 for their shirts if they would use some decent fabric and come up with better cuts... Don't we already have enough shitty mall brands coming out of the U.S.? Besides, the Japanese and British, at least, have shown they can do cheap basics better with Uniqlo and Topshop... /rant
post #771 of 2686
the "heller's cafe" warehouse stuff looks really good but GODDAMN that shit is expensive. i wonder how sales of that will be overall? at that price point i think they're really reaching.
post #772 of 2686
Anyone with close to these measurements, I'm wondering what size you wear in J. Crew shirts and sweaters...

42" chest, 18" shoulders, 32" waist

Gracias
post #773 of 2686
Quote:
Originally Posted by pokey07 View Post
Anyone with close to these measurements, I'm wondering what size you wear in J. Crew shirts and sweaters...

42" chest, 18" shoulders, 32" waist

Gracias

Probably a M.
post #774 of 2686
L in t-shirts usually M, sometimes L otherwise
post #775 of 2686
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Originally Posted by grundletaint View Post
the "heller's cafe" warehouse stuff looks really good but GODDAMN that shit is expensive. i wonder how sales of that will be overall? at that price point i think they're really reaching.

The black chambray looks really nice, but I'm suprised that it sold at at $350. The fabric quality and construction better be damned good.
post #776 of 2686
Quote:
the "heller's cafe" warehouse stuff looks really good but GODDAMN that shit is expensive. i wonder how sales of that will be overall? at that price point i think they're really reaching.

Most of it is already sold out, so I'd say they did pretty good. Although they only maybe one or two of each of them.
post #777 of 2686
Ill be surprised if the Heller stuff goes on sale. They supposedly only have one of each size and then that it.
post #778 of 2686
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Originally Posted by ZhiMingBuFanDe View Post
Probably a M.

Quote:
Originally Posted by grundletaint View Post
L in t-shirts
usually M, sometimes L otherwise

Thank you very much gentlemen.
post #779 of 2686
Does the factory button up shirts fit the same as the mainline?
post #780 of 2686
yea amazing...
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