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post #21511 of 25316
it looks okay...the shirt really doesn't say much to me in general...just my opinion tho...what happens if it gets cold and wanna flip up the collar to keep the wind off ya
post #21512 of 25316
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Originally Posted by dcvm1979 View Post

it looks okay...the shirt really doesn't say much to me in general...just my opinion tho...what happens if it gets cold and wanna flip up the collar to keep the wind off ya
Do people really flip up the collar of a shirt when it gets cold? Lol
post #21513 of 25316
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Originally Posted by seraphm2 View Post

Do people really flip up the collar of a shirt when it gets cold? Lol

Went to college in Burlington, Vermont, and many of you live in Canada - I've never seen anyone flip their collar up to warm their neck. I'd call you on your shit if I caught any of you doing that. Just don't. None of us are living in The Revenant.
post #21514 of 25316
I'm from Canada and I can confirm I've never seen the popped flannel collar for warmth. I do how ever remember everyone popping their polo collars about 10 years ago
post #21515 of 25316
not only should u flip it up but starch the help out of it hahahahahah....listen do what makes u feel good when u look in that mirror...that's what it's all about at the end of the day...make it your own..own that shit ..I know I feel good when I look in that bitch ya heard
post #21516 of 25316
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Originally Posted by Mackp12 View Post

I'm from Canada and I can confirm I've never seen the popped flannel collar for warmth. I do how ever remember everyone popping their polo collars about 10 years ago

If you pop your collar (non-flannel), you either are on the links, a dad, have a belly that you tuck into your polo, or wear croakies consistently. You could also just live in New England with an exclusive Vineyard Vines wardrobe. See all of the above in Massachusetts on the regular.

...You're probably not on SF either...
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The red flannel. Same cut as the maroon. Material is heavier but not as warm (no wool). Again shirt is fairly generic and you can easily find alternatives if you don't want to spend the money. Fit works for me again on this.
post #21518 of 25316
Shirt is ok. Kinda glad it didn't come out as nice as I thought, saves me money. I'll be sending it back when I get it in tmrw. Thanks for the pics y'all.
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If anyone is interested in / ever deciding between the various types of greys offered by JE, here is a comparison picture of some of my grey JE pieces.

 

Left to right: Mix Grey Terry // Grey Terry // Co Mix Grey // Grey (Standard Grey Poly/cotton/rayon t shirt fabric) // Co Mix Charcoal

 

post #21520 of 25316
The flight jacket is $580
post #21521 of 25316
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Originally Posted by leclutchjames View Post

The flight jacket is $580

Retailer selling it already?
post #21522 of 25316
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Originally Posted by leclutchjames View Post

The flight jacket is $580
The one from the lookbook? How do you know?
post #21523 of 25316
Idk what jacket you guys even talking about but there's the one on barneys
post #21524 of 25316
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Originally Posted by Jbidwal View Post






The red flannel. Same cut as the maroon. Material is heavier but not as warm (no wool). Again shirt is fairly generic and you can easily find alternatives if you don't want to spend the money. Fit works for me again on this.
slp jeans?
post #21525 of 25316
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Originally Posted by Jbidwal View Post

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I actually really like the pattern on that plaid from the pics.
On a different note, I know I'm in the minority here, but buttoned like above the collar spreads way too far out. Reminds me of some John Travolta Saturday night fever ish. No disrepect, just my opinion.



I feel like the shirt either needs to be buttoned all the way up or unbottoned and left open.

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