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post #61 of 82
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Originally Posted by josepidal
How are these messenger bags?


I've never seen that one in the store, but every J. Crew bag I've ever seen in-store has felt exceptionally sturdy. I'd assume that one is quite similar. In fact, I would have purchased my first bag from J. Crew last week, if it had been in stock.
post #62 of 82
I've seen those bags in the stores. They seemed sturdy enough, though $70 was more than I was interested in paying. As long as you like waxed bags, and their distinct smell, they'll probably serve well enough.
post #63 of 82
I tried medium "tailored fit" shirts (cotton, Irish linen, etc.) and they fit perfectly. But medium cashmere sweaters were too form-fitting, if anything. Large fit better for the sweaters.

Just an FYI for those who are unsure about J. Crew sizing.
post #64 of 82
If you're looking to pick up some of the leavings from the JCrew sale, is it better to do it now, or wait a couple more weeks for the next drop in price? I was eyeing a couple of those repp tie belts, nothing big.
post #65 of 82
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Depends on how much you want them. 20% off $10 is not a huge savings, and there's a good chance the item you want won't be around by then.
post #66 of 82
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Originally Posted by chorse123
Depends on how much you want them. 20% off $10 is not a huge savings, and there's a good chance the item you want won't be around by then.

At the same time, I think they were at $10 before the sale, so I doubt that they'll start to really move until they hit $6.99. If I were in your shoes, I'd probably wait, though chorse123's position makes sense as well. I guess it depends on how badly you want that tie belt.
post #67 of 82
Nice! I picked me up some gear from JCrew the other day. Looks like I will need to go back for more!
post #68 of 82
I got an awesome pair of madras pants from the store nearest to me for $17. There were a 32 and I'm technically a 29 or 30, but they fit fine.
post #69 of 82
Well, it looks like the driving mocs I ordered are about a half-size too big or so. They only had 10.5 when I placed my order and it looks like I would probably need a size 10. If anyone has the opposite problem and wants to trade, let me know. Otherwise I guess I'll post these up in the buying-selling forum.
post #70 of 82
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Originally Posted by Sabrosa
Well, it looks like the driving mocs I ordered are about a half-size too big or so. They only had 10.5 when I placed my order and it looks like I would probably need a size 10. If anyone has the opposite problem and wants to trade, let me know. Otherwise I guess I'll post these up in the buying-selling forum.

What size are you? I went down from a 9.5 to an 8.5 and mine fit fine. Like you, my choice was made for me, because I wanted the vicuna color.
post #71 of 82
I'm usually a size 10.5 or 11, depending on the brand of shoe. Judging from your experience with the sizing, it does look like a 10 would be about right. There is just a bit too much extra room in the heel for my liking. I was wondering though, driving mocs are usually worn without socks, right? Or is it more of a personal preference?

On a more positive note though, the sweaters I ordered worked out quite well!
post #72 of 82
J Crew just added a bunch more stuff to this sale, including suede bucks now at $29.
post #73 of 82
Just when I thought I was doing good with not blowing through another paycheck, I get an email from Jcrew about their 20% off Final Sale Sale so I go ahead and spend $80 on:

http://www.jcrew.com/catalog/product...catId=cat90007
http://www.jcrew.com/catalog/product...catId=cat90019 (in Butternut)
http://www.jcrew.com/catalog/product...catId=cat90019

And the southington Repp tie they took off the site.

Obviously I dont know how to post pics directly to site
post #74 of 82
nice grab. those pants look great.

i was pretty close to getting the seersucker/critter jacket for $39, but i bought a watch yesterday so i forced myself to resist.
post #75 of 82
To add to my earlier purchases (boat shoes and swim trunks), I picked up these "workwear" canvas jean-cut pants for <$30 inc shipping. I'm hoping they'll be like a pair of genteel carhartts.
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