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@jackstenzz revolve has other sizes left too http://www.revolveclothing.com/DisplayProduct.jsp?code=JELL-MJ9
post #4142 of 25702

30% off on Fall new arrivals on Roden Grey.

 

Seems like the code works on Alma sweats..etc.

 

Code: F14-SHOP-HOP

 

http://rodengray.com/collections/john-elliott-co

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Originally Posted by tkm225 View Post
 

30% off on Fall new arrivals on Roden Grey.

 

Seems like the code works on Alma sweats..etc.

 

Code: F14-SHOP-HOP

 

http://rodengray.com/collections/john-elliott-co


Looks like it's only 20% not 30%.

post #4144 of 25702
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Originally Posted by optimaasprime View Post

revolve and atrium

@JohnElliottCo Can y'all confirm this?
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Originally Posted by wurlwyde View Post

@JohnElliottCo Can y'all confirm this?
Go look at the product numbers on revolve. JE.S13 is old fit, JE.S14 is the new fit. They price is increased on there site too I believe the S14 is $295, but they always hand 10% off making making like $265. Free shipping and free return shipping if you don't like the fit.
post #4146 of 25702
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@JohnElliottCo Can y'all confirm this?
Atrium has old denim up currently.
post #4147 of 25702

Had to get another mercer tee with that Roden Gray code...this makes 4 lol.

post #4148 of 25702
so pissed. i had to break up a fight at my bar tonight.


blood all over my white mercer tee.

smh JE+co can yall hook it up?

not srs kinda srs
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pics
post #4150 of 25702
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so pissed. i had to break up a fight at my bar tonight.


blood all over my white mercer tee.

smh JE+co can yall hook it up?

not srs kinda srs

You've gotta wear shitty clothes to work, homie. Whenever I DJ, it's all beater everything. It kinda sucks, because you see some fly girls...but nothing good happens in the club, especially to your sneakers.
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what makes it worse is that i want working this evening. it was the owner, and our two friends out to dinner. we then hit a strip club

whilst making it rain, he received a phone call from his son, the manager that a patron was refusing to pay a tab and also threatened to kill the owner's son.

we drive back to the bar and the owner chokes up the guy and they proceed to scuffle.

after all said and done i had to pull them apart along with like three other people.

the rowdy customer also got sucker punched.

also got blood on a pair of grey khakis i had thought i lost and wore today.

just threw both items in the trash and bout to see if I can pick up some stuff off the RG site

/xanga
post #4152 of 25702
Damn. I'd keep the Mercer and try to take it to the cleaner. You can get blood off. Although off white, it's a lot harder.
post #4153 of 25702
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Originally Posted by wurlwyde View Post


You've gotta wear shitty clothes to work, homie. Whenever I DJ, it's all beater everything. It kinda sucks, because you see some fly girls...but nothing good happens in the club, especially to your sneakers.

 

Does that mean you bust out the good stuff when you go on your coffee runs? Performing in front of people is probably one of the only times you should actually not wear beater clothes and wear stuff that will, you know, attract the attention of your audience. 

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Does that mean you bust out the good stuff when you go on your coffee runs? Performing in front of people is probably one of the only times you should actually not wear beater clothes and wear stuff that will, you know, attract the attention of your audience. 

I understand what you're saying....but it all depends. If I'm the headliner, then I wear nicer things, but if it's week to week in a club, I generally don't. I know it sounds counter intuitive, but most DJ booths are designed moronically with ALL/MOST of the amps for the whole club within them, coupled with generally poor ventilation, meaning that it's significantly hotter than the rest of the club and making for you becoming semi drenched in sweat by the end of the night. That's not to say every place is like that but I've ruined ALOT of nice clothes DJing. I always dress nice to parties/dates/dinners/etc pretty much every thing other than coffee runs and DJing.
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Originally Posted by wurlwyde View Post


I understand what you're saying....but it all depends. If I'm the headliner, then I wear nicer things, but if it's week to week in a club, I generally don't. I know it sounds counter intuitive, but most DJ booths are designed moronically with ALL/MOST of the amps for the whole club within them, coupled with generally poor ventilation, meaning that it's significantly hotter than the rest of the club and making for you becoming semi drenched in sweat by the end of the night. That's not to say every place is like that but I've ruined ALOT of nice clothes DJing. I always dress nice to parties/dates/dinners/etc pretty much every thing other than coffee runs and DJing.

 

I mean I get it, I grew up dj'ing in l.a. at some of the worst venues and basement rooms in the trashiest raves from dtla to san bernardino, spending most of the night in a tiny booth filled with cigarette and weed smoke and then waiting for promoters to pay in the morning. I still think it's a good reason to at least generally dress well or how you'd like to be perceived rather than throw on beater clothes. I'm not saying you should pull a diplo and wear a suit for a gig at los globos like you're djing at hakkasan or anything. Anyway, just a random observation that caught my eye. 

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