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post #1141 of 1303
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post
I'm 5'8 = 172cm and 123lbs = 56kg, I'm wearing slimmest Lacoste line "stretch" in XS/2, am I a JCrew XS or S in these:

XS.
post #1142 of 1303
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Originally Posted by effang View Post
i bought the ludlow blazer. fits quite nice.

i have a question tho, do these blazers have shoulder pads? or are those not actually "shoulder pads". there is definitely material in the shoulder area, i'm not sure if it is for structure purpose, or what...but i'm kinda interested in taking it out...

which color? i have the one in navy. and yes, there is some slight padding on the shoulders.
post #1143 of 1303
anyone tried the fit on these? wondering if they're a similar cut/fit to the slim fit chinos....

http://www.jcrew.com/mens_feature/Ne...~~~~/43144.jsp
post #1144 of 1303
Does anyone have one of J. Crew's cotton crewneck sweaters? I'm wondering if it's durable and fits slim, etc. It's tough to bite the bullet on a sale item if it can't be returned!
post #1145 of 1303
new layout... did they remove the "my posts" button?
and damn, my B&S thread looks like crap with the new setup!

edit: found the "my posts" button under forums thanks to another member
Edited by deez nuts - 7/14/11 at 8:19am
post #1146 of 1303
Anyone have lucky with the wool Bowery in classic fit? They are on sale and I really need some wool slacks for work. I love my cotton classic Bowery and was hoping the fit was identical. Thoughts?
post #1147 of 1303
I find them to be the same fit. Great slacks for the price, IMO.
post #1148 of 1303
i know people love to hate on the jcrew/timex collab watches and I do agree they are kind of a rip, but damn... was honestly surprised at how good this one looks when I clicked through... and I was looking at blue-faced watches last week but decided to hold out. not sure I can justify $175 though, I'm pretty sure I saw a similar Seiko 5 for considerably less but I guess it's something to think about

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Edited by Louis XIV - 10/14/11 at 6:18am
post #1150 of 1303
I enjoy the look of the TImex J Crew watches. It would be impossible for me to justify spending 150+ dollars on a watch that has a few minor differences from the Timex Easy Reader.

My favorite everyday watch is the Eco Drive watches. Extremely durable, and accurate with little to maintenance required. You can get a lot of watch for under 200 with the Eco Drives
This one is well under 150.
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post #1151 of 1303
Does anyone know what is up with the JCrew site?
I don't know if anyone noticed, but
There are a ton of products that aren't accessible if you browse through their sections, but they're linkable through search or site recommendations, such as the Timex watch above, a ton of last winter's outerwear (Millerain, Field Mechanic Jacket, Bayswater etc) and so on and so forth.

Is this a strategic move to prevent customers from buying out of season items or what? a glitch?
post #1152 of 1303
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

I would like to order both some cotton-cashmere sweaters as well as some boxershorts, unluckily nobody in the proxy thread replies with a PM, so anyone of you willing to proxy a package from the US to Germany for me?

Thanks a lot in advance!

if u still havent found a proxy yet, let me know!
post #1153 of 1303
Looking to buy a 20% coupon. PM me.
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What's the difference between online jcrew and jcrew factory items? Are factory items simply clearance items? Or, is there some difference in quality and/or fit?
post #1155 of 1303
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Originally Posted by pimpmystyle View Post

What's the difference between online jcrew and jcrew factory items? Are factory items simply clearance items? Or, is there some difference in quality and/or fit?

J. Crew Factory stuff definitely is of lesser quality. It is stuff especially made for their outlet stores. I don't know how else to explain it other than it is a bit "cheesier" than J. Crew proper items. Sizing is worse, less details, etc. The only thing I usually find wearable at the outlets is the 100% wool sweaters.
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