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post #406 of 1020
still on the fence about a chambray shirt.. I think the dark indigo denim is too dark for me..

is this chambray shirt just a passing fad? I currently like the look with the tie and jacket.
post #407 of 1020
please, please, please dont wear a chambray shirt with a tie and jacket.
post #408 of 1020
I finally went and checked out the only J Crew store in Canada with a men's section. Can't say I was impressed, prices were higher then in the US (which is to be expected) but more importantly the selection was pretty poor. Nothing at all in slim fit.
post #409 of 1020
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I finally went and checked out the only J Crew store in Canada with a men's section.

Eaton Centre or Fairview?
post #410 of 1020
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Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post

I finally went and checked out the only J Crew store in Canada with a men's section. Can't say I was impressed, prices were higher then in the US (which is to be expected) but more importantly the selection was pretty poor. Nothing at all in slim fit.

A lot of stores in the US dont carry slim fit either.

post #411 of 1020
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Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post

I finally went and checked out the only J Crew store in Canada with a men's section. Can't say I was impressed, prices were higher then in the US (which is to be expected) but more importantly the selection was pretty poor. Nothing at all in slim fit.

 

Vancouver also has a J Crew with men's section. I was there in the summer and they had all the slim fits (484 slim, urban slim pant, thomas mason slim). 

 

Which items did you find the prices to be higher? I bought two pairs of urban slim pants for work and they were the same prices as the online store. 

post #412 of 1020
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Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post

I finally went and checked out the only J Crew store in Canada with a men's section. Can't say I was impressed, prices were higher then in the US (which is to be expected) but more importantly the selection was pretty poor. Nothing at all in slim fit.

Vancouver, and now Edmonton, have men's sections. The Edmonton one just opened up like three months ago. Definitely has slim fit stuff.
post #413 of 1020
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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post

please, please, please dont wear a chambray shirt with a tie and jacket.

too trendy? by itself then?
post #414 of 1020
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Originally Posted by Jimi Kul View Post

Is the 484 the same? I could purchase a pair of royal blue from my local j.crew at 39.99. What do you say about the deep harbor and chester brown chinos? Do they look super bright and tacky? Can they both go with a lot?

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Originally Posted by sygyzy View Post

Are you serious? I am going to place an order based on this information. I hope you are right.

FWIW, I am a 34 TTS waist (take 34 in tts brands like Epaulet / Left Field etc.) and take 32 in urban slim fit. I can get get my legs through the 484 fit though (tried 32-34), like not even any chance, at least 2-3 inches too tight in calves and thighs. I find it ranges a little bit too though for a few random pairs that I got as some 32s were too tight
post #415 of 1020

Looking at the bayswater peacoat...how often do people have their peacoats altered for sleeve length or even jacket length?

 

I tend to have a problem with the length the most in coats (5"5" / 130 lbs).

post #416 of 1020
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Originally Posted by hyogen View Post

too trendy? by itself then?

I don't see anything wrong with it at all, as long as the rest of your fit borders on casual. For example, I probably wouldn't wear a chambray shirt and tie with a chalkstripe suit, but often wear it with a horseblanket sportcoat and khakis/jeans.

Edit: the more I think about it, I probably would not pair anything other than a knit tie with chambray either..
post #417 of 1020
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Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post

I finally went and checked out the only J Crew store in Canada with a men's section. Can't say I was impressed, prices were higher then in the US (which is to be expected) but more importantly the selection was pretty poor. Nothing at all in slim fit.

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Originally Posted by pnewelljr View Post

A lot of stores in the US dont carry slim fit either.

Yeah, I've been to a few Jcrew stores in the US and not much was happening in them either. I don't expect the Canadian ones to be any different.








Has anyone here bought the navy dot Japanese twill BD shirt? It dissappeared from the regular section almost as soon as it was introduced. Then it started popping up in the sale section a couple of different times - each on sale with an extra 30% off sale price (99.99). Most recently (Monday morning) they had xs, s, and m on sale, and, as expected, they dissappeared quickly.
post #418 of 1020
Whoa.... Maybe I'll see some pop up on eBay then.. I wish I had seen the navy dot twill bd shirt in e sale section!

I want a medium if anyone has one to sell
post #419 of 1020

If only the twill dot shirt came in slim fit...

post #420 of 1020
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If only the twill dot shirt came in slim fit...

Take it to a tailor. Takes 3 minutes and costs $15. 

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