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This fit is toooo cold
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This fit is toooo cold

Agreed bro! Such a nice switch up as far as styling and the look itself. Definitely got a more grown up feel to it

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Agreed bro! Such a nice switch up as far as styling and the look itself. Definitely got a more grown up feel to it


Yeah most def. that grown and sexy look lmao.
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How do you guys store/organize your JE shirts, hoodies, etc? I don't hang any of the clothing because of unwanted shoulder bumps. I've just been tossing them on a top shelf in my closet and it's proving to be too messy/unorganized. 

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This is kind of stupid...

It happens in all the other threads anyway (SLP, EG etc)...

 

That's the problem with the SLP thread as well, it's turned into an annoyance with less discussion about collections/pieces and more advertising of buying/selling (not to mention sizing questions every other post)

 

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 This is not a thread for discussing the artistic pretensions of the designer and musing other esoteric shit it is about hypebeasting and copping...

 

That is exactly what this thread is supposed to be for lol, you just wouldn't know that anymore because of the people breaking the forum rules and turning it into what it's not for. If you read the original post by JE, it clearly states this thread was opened to discuss JE, not buy/sell. As said, there is a whole other section on this website for that, it takes two clicks to get there.

 

Edit: Thank you mod for clarifying, apologies for continuing this discussion. Last post on this.

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How do you guys store/organize your JE shirts, hoodies, etc? I don't hang any of the clothing because of unwanted shoulder bumps. I've just been tossing them on a top shelf in my closet and it's proving to be too messy/unorganized. 


I've always hung all of my tees and hoodies. Imo I've never noticed my hangers causing shoulder bumps.

I do use wooden hanger tho.
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How do you guys store/organize your JE shirts, hoodies, etc? I don't hang any of the clothing because of unwanted shoulder bumps. I've just been tossing them on a top shelf in my closet and it's proving to be too messy/unorganized. 

 

 

Personally I hang the hoodies as shown above, and fold the tees and sweaters. (Not my pic, credit to another forum poster in here)

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How do you guys store/organize your JE shirts, hoodies, etc? I don't hang any of the clothing because of unwanted shoulder bumps. I've just been tossing them on a top shelf in my closet and it's proving to be too messy/unorganized. 

I fold mostly everything JE that I own. Some of it goes in my wooden drawers, and some of it goes on a large triple layer shoe like rack thing - I will post a photo later.  You can get them for cheap, they look good, and they hold a lot of clothes.  My thing is I like to have my rack full as it is very easy to visualize and put pieces together.  If everything is sitting in drawers then it is tough to remember everything that one may own and doesn't help with conceptualizing the combinations.  A few things such as jackets and some of the overshirts/dress shirts/buttonups are hung up though with quality hangers.

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I fold mostly everything JE that I own. Some of it goes in my wooden drawers, and some of it goes on a large triple layer shoe like rack thing - I will post a photo later.  You can get them for cheap, they look good, and they hold a lot of clothes.  My thing is I like to have my rack full as it is very easy to visualize and put pieces together.  If everything is sitting in drawers then it is tough to remember everything that one may own and doesn't help with conceptualizing the combinations.  A few things such as jackets and some of the overshirts/dress shirts/buttonups are hung up though with quality hangers.

are you talking about something like this?

http://www.containerstore.com/s/closet/hanging-bags/indigo-6-compartment-hanging-sweater-bag/12d?productId=10031156

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Personally I hang the hoodies as shown above, and fold the tees and sweaters. (Not my pic, credit to another forum poster in here)

I have never seen this wizardry before. Thanks for that haha. 

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are you talking about something like this?

http://www.containerstore.com/s/closet/hanging-bags/indigo-6-compartment-hanging-sweater-bag/12d?productId=10031156

No.  That could work tho. I do like my solution better though but if you want to save space and just have something in your closet then that could be a good choice.  I will post a photo here in a few hours once I get home from work.

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I just hang everything on wooden hangers. The bumps just steam out. I used to fold but the fold lines are too much to deal with
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I just hang everything on wooden hangers. The bumps just steam out. I used to fold but the fold lines are too much to deal with


I do the same, but the folding over the hanger method in that picture would definitely minimize stretching on heavier or more delicate sweaters. 

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Folding over the hanger method FTW! Been using it for the last few years. Props to the genius who posted it

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thank you to whoever returned their medium thumper! Copped it!

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