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J. Crew Fall/Winter 2011 Discussion

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Given the new arrivals online, I think it's about time we moved the discussion over to this thread.

And to get us started...

http://www.acontinuouslean.com/2011/04/01/a-comprehensive-guide-to-j-crew-aw11/
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Nothing fantastic so far. Not that many Medium Tall Slim items. frown.gif
A lot of items now have stupidly high prices.
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Def going to grab the wool cashmere cable shawl cardi in Navy.
I have it in black from last year that got tons of wear.
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thoughts on these?:
500
Edited by aphextwin07 - 8/18/11 at 7:12pm
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anxiously awaiting the bowery wool pants (#44448) in Navy. The charcoal version was super soft.

some of their full retail prices for these made in china items are getting out of hand.
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J. Crew prices are getting way too high for what they are, but I can't deny that I like some of the looks that they've put together. Always dig F/W more than S/S. It's too bad none of the stuff fits half as well in real life as it does in the lookbooks, though. But I'm really just deadhorse-a.gif at this point.
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free shipping on $100+; expires 8.26.11 (week from today, next friday)

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thoughts on these?:
500

They are almost $300 more expensive than they would have been 2 years ago.
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none of that shit will fit well. fuck j crew.
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Also, shipping to UK now open.
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none of that shit will fit well. fuck j crew.

Go fuck a land mine.
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Does anybody have any of the Jcrew Indigo line Fleece sweaters? How Is it cut, slim or classic? How's the material, good or bad? Also is it worth the premium dollars?

Thinking about picking up these two:

http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/polostees/indigo/PRDOVR~49736/49736.jsp

http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/polostees/indigo/PRDOVR~49884/49884.jsp
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JCrew fits me well. I'm muscular and probably lower body fat % than you. nod[1].gif
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none of that shit will fit well. fuck j crew.
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What am I missing here? It looks like all the shit they normally carry. Those grey pants with the giant patch pockets are an abortion.

I did like the Asian model with the "did I not speak English?" face.
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Purchased their Broadmore quilted vest yesterday at my local J. Crew at $118.00. It fits me pretty well, and I could definitely use some casual layering pieces.

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It wasn't until I got home that I saw that the Barbour quilted vests on their own site were going for just $110.00.

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Any word on quality differences between the two pieces? If Barbour is of higher quality, I'm going to return the J. Crew version and snag a Barbour somewhere else. The color is definitely more desirable, too.

Also picked up the Timex 1600 watch on a whim. Not bad.
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