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post #661 of 983
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Originally Posted by Fenderplyr View Post

You can get it right now for 95 shipped,

 http://www.jcrew.com/browse/single_product_detail.jsp?PRODUCT%3C%3Eprd_id=845524441835152&FOLDER%3C%3Efolder_id=2534374302028624&nav_type=&bmUID=kdpzRi2 

using the code SHOPHAPPY. I happened to get it when there was free shipping and saved an extra $5

I'm trying to decided

http://www.jcrew.com/browse/single_product_detail.jsp?PRODUCT%3C%3Eprd_id=845524441825406&FOLDER%3C%3Efolder_id=2534374302028624&nav_type=PRMVR&bmUID=kdqaLub

or

http://www.jcrew.com/browse/single_product_detail.jsp?PRODUCT%3C%3Eprd_id=845524441835213&FOLDER%3C%3Efolder_id=2534374302028624&nav_type=SALESITE&bmUID=kdqb1fS

I have a peacoat already and the barn jacket, need one that's versatile with jeans and pants
post #662 of 983
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Originally Posted by Fenderplyr View Post

You can get it right now for 95 shipped,

 http://www.jcrew.com/browse/single_product_detail.jsp?PRODUCT%3C%3Eprd_id=845524441835152&FOLDER%3C%3Efolder_id=2534374302028624&nav_type=&bmUID=kdpzRi2 

using the code SHOPHAPPY. I happened to get it when there was free shipping and saved an extra $5

I actually ordered the pea coat in the same color, not the Wallace and Barnes jacket. smile.gif
post #663 of 983

Seems like everyone is buying the Skiff Jacket, which might be a good deal on sale. That jacket elicits no reaction from me, other than it might not be warm enough to wear in a cold climate. (i.e. the weather we are experiencing in the northeast right now.) Alternately, I would buy that peacoat if it was actually ninety dollars, which is a price that I have no seen.

post #664 of 983

For me the hooded jacket is slightly more versatile for a casual style, as you could get by with chinos, jeans. The skiff jacket would work in both casual settings, and situations where you need to wear dress pants. I guess that would make the skiff jacket more versatile. However, I agree with the statement of the previous poster. It doesn't really stand out very much, it's quite plain, which is fine, but there's nothing to be excited about with it. If I was in need of another peacoat, I'd purchase it on sale, but would opt for the hooded jacket if I had a choice between the two.
post #665 of 983
J. Crew hasn't had shit for a month. Nothing.
post #666 of 983
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Originally Posted by Tck13 View Post

J. Crew hasn't had shit for a month. Nothing.

What are you looking for? Seems like the transitional point in the season, when spring lines have not come out yet and winter stuff goes on sale. That said, I've noticed that J. Crew peppers the sale section with a lot of of SS stuff from the previous season-managed to get a couple of Broken-In Pocket Polos for cheap. 


Edited by Arnold Grape - 1/8/14 at 7:38am
post #667 of 983
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J. Crew hasn't had shit for 3 years. Nothing.

FTFY
post #668 of 983
Some pretty good discounts on a lot of outerwear right now.
post #669 of 983
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Originally Posted by Robert View Post

Some pretty good discounts on a lot of outerwear right now.

Anybody have experience with the denim jackets?  I like the faded chino W&B corded trucker.  Wondering if it's slim enough for me.  I usually take slim smalls in J.Crew shirts/sweaters.

post #670 of 983
is anyone interested in a lightly worn broadmoor quilted vest in a size S? i had to upsize to a M thanks to the holiday 15 lol.
post #671 of 983

The collection is very colorful, I'd have to say I realy love the matches of the striped shirts and shorts (like the purple ones or the blue ones!)

post #672 of 983
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Originally Posted by Arnold Grape View Post

What are you looking for? Seems like the transitional point in the season, when spring lines have not come out yet and winter stuff goes on sale. That said, I've noticed that J. Crew peppers the sale section with a lot of of SS stuff from the previous season-managed to get a couple of Broken-In Pocket Polos for cheap. 


I've noticed (and I said it earlier in the thread) that J. Crew didn't buy "deep" into many things. Meaning that there were a lot of things that once they sold out they didn't come back. There are several sweaters that I haven't seen since November, Jackets and Coats that they haven't had a size large in for 2 months, Bowery Slim wool pants they haven't had since August, etc... I could've also had a cashmere overcoat for about $100 but I balked on it (this was at our store) and they shipped it out and I never got it. (This, of course, was my own fault)
post #673 of 983


What?... I don't even...

post #674 of 983
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post



What?... I don't even...

Lol. That guy works in my office, and we often talk about vintage sewing machines and his weekend motorcycle hobby. 

post #675 of 983
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post



What?... I don't even...


Hah, I actually think the chambray suit is cool (I wouldn't be shocked if I ended up getting it at some point), but I dislike how J Crew styles a lot of the stuff they show in their catalogues and online. The suit would look great with a white shirt and a navy knit tie. They have also shown that suit with a dark denim shirt (sans tie), which could work for a casual look. The key with J Crew suits is to basically ignore how they style the suits online and basically style them as regular suits (get them tailored to a standard length instead of super short, etc).

EDIT - I would actually consider this exact ensemble as I have the shirt already (and wear it often):
http://www.jcrew.com/mens_feature/WinterBlues.jsp#/4
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