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I picked up the Olive crewneck from Gap today.. Very impressed. Thicker than I expected. Perfect for late fall/early winter with light layering. Went with a Large. I'm pretty bulky so it's pretty fitted on me.
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Originally Posted by DrinkOrDie View Post
 

The Gap x GQ collection is definitely John Elliott inspired but way more baggier, I wonder why they did this.

 

 

Gap has always been with clothes baggier than others....JE design, Gap material...
Picked up the crew and hoodie in NYC and it was the last ...honestly the material on the hoodie and crew is just average...i may just return it...
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Why would you pay $100+ for gap quality clothing 

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Any good news about the white denim?
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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post
 

Why would you pay $100+ for gap quality clothing 

 

Same goes for "why pay $200 for a hoodie"?

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Originally Posted by ChasingBobby View Post
 

 

Same goes for "why pay $200 for a hoodie"?

 

Because it looks good, is made in the USA, fits good, and is good quality.

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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post
 

 

Because it looks good, is made in the USA, fits good, and is good quality.

 

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If anyone is interested in buying, I'll probably won't keep JE and En Noir sweats in medium. Figured I can sell to someone in need here than returning it!

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so you have no real point to make, gotcha. 

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Mainly wanted the jacket and that's the only thing I got. Sits at hip. I went tts with a large and I'm 6 2, 200pounds. Only gripe with it is the really cheap inside lining, it's polyester. And the sleeves are super stiff right now. But it's leather so it should soften up after a few wears.

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Just saw on ebay, people trying to resell hoodies and sweats for twice the retail. lol

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^ if that's the case, then just buy the real deal.
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In response to the comment above about why would someone pay $200 for a hoodie - anyone who doesn't care for fashion, style, etc would think all of us were crazy for spending that amount on an article of clothing. Only WE know what it's worth and what product and designer we are supporting. My mom would spank me if she knew my hoody was $200. And I earn close to 6 figures!
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Originally Posted by kbasanti View Post

Mainly wanted the jacket and that's the only thing I got. Sits at hip. I went tts with a large and I'm 6 2, 200pounds. Only gripe with it is the really cheap inside lining, it's polyester. And the sleeves are super stiff right now. But it's leather so it should soften up after a few wears.

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Jacket looks nice
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Just received my JE Villain hoodie. Im 5'4" and 145 lbs and went for medium like some people here forum advised me to go, also Brandi from JE said the same, but what do you guys think? Should Ive gone to small?

 

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