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post #31 of 1037
If you're a Large, I'll sell you mine at close to the regular retail price. I was just kidding about doubling the price.
post #32 of 1037

Who has the hillside madras and red chambray in small for sell?

post #33 of 1037
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Originally Posted by Robert View Post

If you're a Large, I'll sell you mine at close to the regular retail price. I was just kidding about doubling the price.

you're willing to sell a J. Crew piece that you "wear to death" at close to regular retail?
post #34 of 1037
thought this was funny, this was a "reasons why style was great in the 90s" list
http://www.complex.com/style/2013/02/30-reasons-style-was-awesome-in-the-90s/j-crew



J. Crew was the official wardrobe provider for Dawson's Creek.
And EVERYTHING was relaxed fit.
post #35 of 1037
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Originally Posted by mcdecker1 View Post

you're willing to sell a J. Crew piece that you "wear to death" at close to regular retail?

Yes, I am. I would like to replace it with a size down (medium) because I've lost some weight. Or, alternatively, buy another jacket, e.g., one of the Barbours.
post #36 of 1037
Visited the store today. First time in a while that stuff in the store looked better than stuff online (there are things in the store that I don't see online). For instance, the lightweight chambray shirts with hidden collar buttons are great! I really need to go back for at least one of those. Also, a great looking light-blue v-neck sweater.
post #37 of 1037
Any ideas when the next online sale might be? I'm looking to pick up 3 chambray shirts (gray, blue, red), and would rather not pay almost 100 bucks a piece.
post #38 of 1037
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Originally Posted by Flyswatter View Post

Any ideas when the next online sale might be? I'm looking to pick up 3 chambray shirts (gray, blue, red), and would rather not pay almost 100 bucks a piece.

They have them almost all the time. Just keep checking back. You can also subscribe to email notices through the J. Crew web site.
post #39 of 1037
So... has anybody actually purchased anything from the S/S13 line yet?
post #40 of 1037
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Originally Posted by deez nuts View Post

thought this was funny, this was a "reasons why style was great in the 90s" list
http://www.complex.com/style/2013/02/30-reasons-style-was-awesome-in-the-90s/j-crew



J. Crew was the official wardrobe provider for Dawson's Creek.
And EVERYTHING was relaxed fit.

Here's a great looking relaxed fit in the current line-up (sarcasm intended): Some baggy-assed pants

I mean, look at those--they're huge!
post #41 of 1037
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Originally Posted by Robert View Post

Here's a great looking relaxed fit in the current line-up (sarcasm intended): Some baggy-assed pants

I mean, look at those--they're huge!

As are these: http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/pants/chino/PRDOVR~64795/64795.jsp

I've always found the name "Giant Fit" hilarious:
post #42 of 1037
Well, this isn't S/S but I hit the clearance store today and came away with this Lambswool mocneck sweater only in navy, and a pair of "wheat" white jeans in vintage slim from the Summer 12 season. All for only $45.
post #43 of 1037
Wow. I see everybody is really impressed. Oh, well... I'm impressed. I'm wearing those things tomorrow... white jeans with the navy mockneck and probably a striped OCBD underneath.
post #44 of 1037
^That's a good looking sweater! smile.gif
post #45 of 1037
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Originally Posted by Robert View Post

Well, this isn't S/S but I hit the clearance store today and came away with this Lambswool mocneck sweater only in navy, and a pair of "wheat" white jeans in vintage slim from the Summer 12 season. All for only $45.


Wow sick sweater man. J.Crew's lambswool sweaters are too good. Must look great with the wheat white jeans, good choice!

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