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ugh richmond is so expensive

revolve put up the terry gauze kake and jasper sweats. LOL at them pics doeeee ...
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Originally Posted by ZanderRosen View Post

I've been contemplating purchasing that hoodie from Barney's for awhile.
The 7.5 hoodie may be my favourite JE hoodie. It's certainly the most comfortable one they've ever made. The inside of the fabric is incredibly soft fleece, it feels amazing and the comfort is on another level when compared to the terry. It's not too heavy either. The co mix colour is fantastic as well
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Did anyone cop the thermals? I bought one or every color except alpine so I can see which color(s) are best. Leaning towards brown and maroon the most. If this waffle thermal is dope and sells well, JE should make a full zip hoodie version!
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Originally Posted by dmill View Post

Did anyone cop the thermals? I bought one or every color except alpine so I can see which color(s) are best. Leaning towards brown and maroon the most. If this waffle thermal is dope and sells well, JE should make a full zip hoodie version!
Why not alpine, that looks like the best color IMO. The slate and maroon look too washed out in the pics
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Originally Posted by leFLOPjames View Post


The 7.5 hoodie may be my favourite JE hoodie. It's certainly the most comfortable one they've ever made. The inside of the fabric is incredibly soft fleece, it feels amazing and the comfort is on another level when compared to the terry. It's not too heavy either. The co mix colour is fantastic as well

 

I have the shorts, and I love them. Almost wish I could get a second pair. I think I'm gonna cop the hoodie.

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Originally Posted by nsubrmnn View Post


Why not alpine, that looks like the best color IMO. The slate and maroon look too washed out in the pics

Totally agree. Had my eye on that alpine since the lookbook. Not sure yet if I'll be copping though. Don't know if I'm in love with the fit based on the model pics so might have to wait for fit pics on here.

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How does the Cast raw indigo fit? I am a 29 in APC PNS and a 30 in in NS

 

Do they stretch as much as APC?

 

Thanks!

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Originally Posted by ZanderRosen View Post

I have the shorts, and I love them. Almost wish I could get a second pair. I think I'm gonna cop the hoodie.
Wish I could cop the shorts!
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Originally Posted by ChasingBobby View Post
 

How does the Cast raw indigo fit? I am a 29 in APC PNS and a 30 in in NS

 

Do they stretch as much as APC?

 

Thanks!


I suggest measuring the jeans you own and comparing it to the product measurements on the site. 

 

BTW i wear a 28 in the APC petit standard and 29 in JE cast 2, prob could do 28 but they are too tight from the get go. 

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picked up the richmond, pretty stoked.

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Originally Posted by nsubrmnn View Post

Why not alpine, that looks like the best color IMO. The slate and maroon look too washed out in the pics

I agree it does look clean but for some reason I'm not feeling it as much. its more of a green(ish) color way correct??
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If anyone wants a pic of the Hoya shorts, here it is. It actually looks pretty cool but too bad I picked the wrong size. :( 


Edited by hannie2 - 9/27/16 at 9:49am
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Ugh, why cropped JE? I was excited for the thermals, but yet again more cropped pieces frown.gif

I get it's the style, but I don't always want to layer with long tees and would rather wear a thermal standalone without it having that cropped 90s look
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Originally Posted by Enexde96 View Post

Ugh, why cropped JE? I was excited for the thermals, but yet again more cropped pieces frown.gif

I get it's the style, but I don't always want to layer with long tees and would rather wear a thermal standalone without it having that cropped 90s look

Most of the items that are "cropped" are not really that cropped, and don't require layering.  For instance, these thermals have a body length of 28" on the large which is actually longer than a lot of other sweatshirts out there that are not considered cropped.

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finally got access to my main account again! Timed out for asking if anyone had a certain piece... and even edited saying I didn't realize JE still had it in stock. Pretty big joke if you ask me... but just a heads up for all of you be careful.
Edited by Mackp12 - 9/26/16 at 11:24am
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