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post #1261 of 1303
Tees run small, button down sizing seems to vary with the different shirts. Quality is way better than J. Crew It's a really cool line.
post #1262 of 1303
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Originally Posted by deez nuts View Post


saturdays shirts run small. i wear a S in j crew button ups, but i need a M in saturdays. i'll have measurements up later this week.

cool, I may need a S then since I usually wear a XS in jcrew shirts. Are you able to get XS as well?
post #1263 of 1303
Anybody have experience with the Repp Pique polo's in the tailored fit? Comparison to Polo Custom Fit? Looking for some cheap polo options for my large frame.
post #1264 of 1303
Does anybody have a spare 20% off coupon from the most recent catalog that they are not planning to use?
post #1265 of 1303
Yeah, I have always gotten coupons in the past but this catalog came without one...I was bummed as I was really looking to pick up a couple things. If there are two people who have them and aren't going to use them I would love to get ahold of one if possible, after edubs01 of course.
post #1266 of 1303
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

Anybody have experience with the Repp Pique polo's in the tailored fit? Comparison to Polo Custom Fit? Looking for some cheap polo options for my large frame.


Absolutely. I have size S in both the J.Crew Repp Pique tailored fit polos and the RL Custom Fit polos. The RL polos are slimmer through the midsection, and I'd be tempted to size down one in the J.Crew. The length is about the same on both.

post #1267 of 1303
Picked up the Fireman's jacket from the sale, I'm pretty happy with it. We'll see how it holds up come fall when I take it on my little Euro-trip.
post #1268 of 1303
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

Anybody have experience with the Repp Pique polo's in the tailored fit? Comparison to Polo Custom Fit? Looking for some cheap polo options for my large frame.

I found to be also larger in the mid-section than RL custom fit. It seems to be somewhere between RL custom and classic fit, imo. I found that is longer than my custom fits as well.

Quality wise, they are a good buy on discount. Also, I would recommend to check out a factory store if you have one near you. The factory version and retail seem to be nearly identical in quality and fit for the pique polo's.
post #1269 of 1303
Hmmm. Thanks for the input guys. Don't know which size I should go with then, L or XL. Guess I'll have to order both.
post #1270 of 1303
Also bumming for a spare 20% off coupon, if anyone's got one shog[1].gif
post #1271 of 1303
Looking for navy very thin pinstripe ludlow cotton trousers. Rare chance that someone has them I know, but I'll pay pretty well. 31 or 32 or 33 length doesn't matter
post #1272 of 1303
Hello, I'm looking to buy a pair of chinos from J crew and I'm usually a 28 or 29 waist from most brands. Are they usually TTS or are they one size larger?
post #1273 of 1303
Size larger and crappy cotton = ridiculous stretch. Buy a 28, you may even have to have them taken in.
post #1274 of 1303
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Originally Posted by dEX View Post

Hello, I'm looking to buy a pair of chinos from J crew and I'm usually a 28 or 29 waist from most brands. Are they usually TTS or are they one size larger?

Size up...also check out the "broken-in" chinos over the stanton chinos. The Broken-in are quite a bit thicker so they are better for the fall than the stanton. I find the stanton to be thinner and stretch easier. Plus, the broken in chinos are cheaper as well! The only down side is that the broken-in chinos have less color choices than the stanton...
post #1275 of 1303
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Originally Posted by WFU_guy View Post


Size up...also check out the "broken-in" chinos over the stanton chinos. The Broken-in are quite a bit thicker so they are better for the fall than the stanton. I find the stanton to be thinner and stretch easier. Plus, the broken in chinos are cheaper as well! The only down side is that the broken-in chinos have less color choices than the stanton...

+1 on the broken in chinos! the navy ones are by far my favorite.
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