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post #856 of 1038
Did J Crew update their website with a new look?
post #857 of 1038
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Originally Posted by J BAILEY View Post
 


Come on, we all know you didn't spot that news while reading Business Insider.

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Originally Posted by jhwendland View Post
 


Come on, we all know you didn't spot that news while reading Business Insider.

 

ha. i spotted that news while reading the Uniqlo thread, hence the quote. :) 

post #859 of 1038
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Originally Posted by Duncan Mak View Post
 

I've been looking around for bomber jackets for the spring, and so far, I haven't found anything that I liked.

 

I tried the Alpha Industry Burnett jacket, but it didn't fit right - http://www.urbanoutfitters.com/urban/catalog/productdetail.jsp?id=30619498&parentid=M_OUTERWEAR

 

I just ordered one from Topman, we'll see how that goes - http://needsupply.com/mens/outerwear/olive-ma-1-bomber-jacket.html

 

The one that looks really on point is this one from Wallace & Barnes last year, but it's completely sold out (I tried eBay, but no luck):

 

https://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/outerwear/wallaceandbarnes/PRDOVR~82853/82853.jsp

 

Any other suggestions?

 

http://www.portlandtradingco.com/products/copy-of-woolwich-woolen-mills-corduroy-track-jackets

 

post #860 of 1038
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Originally Posted by Duncan Mak View Post
 

I've been looking around for bomber jackets for the spring, and so far, I haven't found anything that I liked.

 

I tried the Alpha Industry Burnett jacket, but it didn't fit right - http://www.urbanoutfitters.com/urban/catalog/productdetail.jsp?id=30619498&parentid=M_OUTERWEAR

 

I just ordered one from Topman, we'll see how that goes - http://needsupply.com/mens/outerwear/olive-ma-1-bomber-jacket.html

 

The one that looks really on point is this one from Wallace & Barnes last year, but it's completely sold out (I tried eBay, but no luck):

 

https://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/outerwear/wallaceandbarnes/PRDOVR~82853/82853.jsp

 

Any other suggestions?

Don't want to take the thread off topic, but here's one last suggestion.

 

http://www.valetmag.com/personal-shopper/shop-talk/2014/spring-buying-planner-outerwear-bombers.php

post #861 of 1038
They're pricier, but Epaulet has some leather bombers that I believe are somehow less expensive than the one J Crew is selling.

http://epauletnewyork.com/collections/suits-outerwear/products/eisenhower-loden-suede-jacket

http://epauletnewyork.com/collections/suits-outerwear/products/eisenhower-natural-deerskin-jacket
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I saw these Wallace & Barnes pants in person yesterday and I was very surprised at how badly constructed they are. The finishing on all of the seams looks terrible. The pants look like they are falling apart straight off the rack. I understand trying to design clothing to have a vintage aesthetic but this is just ridiculous. I have a pair of pants from American Eagle that I bought for $30 with better construction and finishing than these.

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Did you tell him your opinion? I bought two pairs of vintage style chino for $20 each at woodbury outlet. They are really nice for the price though. 

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does woodbury sell retail jcrew or factory

post #865 of 1038

Only factory items.

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Only factory items.

well, i don't recommend washing them. It's going to fall apart :hide:

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Haha. It is okay because they cost only $20. Anyway, I've washed them, but they still look solid.

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I saw these Wallace & Barnes pants in person yesterday and I was very surprised at how badly constructed they are. The finishing on all of the seams looks terrible. The pants look like they are falling apart straight off the rack. I understand trying to design clothing to have a vintage aesthetic but this is just ridiculous. I have a pair of pants from American Eagle that I bought for $30 with better construction and finishing than these.

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They got decent reviews on the RRL thread... For selvedge / thick chino, RRL makes a good pair, and Epaulet's duck canvas chinos look great as well
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I saw these Wallace & Barnes pants in person yesterday and I was very surprised at how badly constructed they are. The finishing on all of the seams looks terrible. The pants look like they are falling apart straight off the rack. I understand trying to design clothing to have a vintage aesthetic but this is just ridiculous. I have a pair of pants from American Eagle that I bought for $30 with better construction and finishing than these.

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^ Anybody know the Brand and name of the boots the model is wearing? Thanks in Advance.

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^ Anybody know the Brand and name of the boots the model is wearing? Thanks in Advance.

Looks like https://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/shoes/AlfredSargentForJCrew/PRDOVR~02802/02802.jsp
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