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post #11311 of 33197
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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post


I don't have a stomach either, that's part of the problem baldy%5B1%5D.gif It creates these folds under the arms that swoop down and make it look like I have a belly. Anyway, that about settles it these are going back. I had the same issue with their merino vnecks.

Yikes, yeah, size down then.

I've noticed pretty erratic sizing with J Crew sweaters, anywhere from a medium to an XL fits me.
post #11312 of 33197
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Originally Posted by cliche View Post

But these loafers are maybe not the perfect time to use now in this ''winter'' ? Or they it doesnt matter what time in year you can use them?

I wear suede year round. I will admit the color gets the darker the colder it gets (i.e. I am more likely to wear sand colored in summer, snuff in fall, chocolate in winter, etc) but I think it's a versatile enough color you shouldn't fret.
post #11313 of 33197
Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post


Yikes, yeah, size down then.
I've noticed pretty erratic sizing with J Crew sweaters, anywhere from a medium to an XL fits me.



I think it's the way the armholes are placed and it may be due to my chest or something but their sweaters just don't fit me. It's a shame because it's nice wool and I got them for $45 a piece. C'est la vie. I'll just stick with BB sweaters which fit me a lot better.

post #11314 of 33197
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Originally Posted by cliche View Post



But these loafers are maybe not the perfect time to use now in this ''winter'' ? Or they it doesnt matter what time in year you can use them?

Suede is great in fall and winter, just be sure not to wear them in the snow.
post #11315 of 33197

I think ill go with the loafers man because i think they look mutch more nicer then the double monks!

post #11316 of 33197
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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post


I don't have a stomach either, that's part of the problem baldy%5B1%5D.gif It creates these folds under the arms that swoop down and make it look like I have a belly. Anyway, that about settles it these are going back. I had the same issue with their merino vnecks.

If you really don't have a stomach, definitely size down at least. Personally, I'd return it. Never been happy with any of J. Crew's sweaters. They're "in good company" ones may be better, don't know, but their own always feel cheap to me.
post #11317 of 33197
Originally Posted by VLSI View Post


If you really don't have a stomach, definitely size down at least. Personally, I'd return it. Never been happy with any of J. Crew's sweaters. They're "in good company" ones may be better, don't know, but their own always feel cheap to me.


I think it's a structural issue so I'm just going to return them and continue my quest for clothing that fits! I have a BB sweater that fits perfectly but they don't make a lambswool sweater in staple colors.

 

post #11318 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Liquidus View Post

Is there somewhere online where I can purchase a sample bottle of Terre D'Hermes with free shipping?

I don't think the shipping is free, but you can get tester-sized decants of hundreds of different fragrances from The Perfumed Court.
post #11319 of 33197
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Originally Posted by JubeiSpiegel View Post

That would be a sample, and as my first reply stated, they can be acquired for free at many establishments.
When i re-read your post, i wanted to make sure you were not asking about buying a tester bottle online (which is the bottle on display you get to spray in stores).
Hope that clears up everything, hunting for samples is a hobby of mine, happy hunting my friend biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Sanguis Mortuum View Post

I don't think the shipping is free, but you can get tester-sized decants of hundreds of different fragrances from The Perfumed Court.

Thanks for the suggestions. Shipping is $5 or $6 at Perfumed Court which is too much for a $3 tester bottle.
post #11320 of 33197
Looking for a loafer similar to this:

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In a shade of brown, doesn't have to be suede.

Any suggestions?
post #11321 of 33197
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Originally Posted by dmbp View Post

Looking for a loafer similar to this:
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In a shade of brown, doesn't have to be suede.
Any suggestions?

Budget?
post #11322 of 33197
I just purchased a 3 button navy blue pinstriped Donald Trump suit and I need to have the pants hemmed. The trousers have no pleats, and I was wondering what will look better, cuff or no cuff? Your opinions will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
post #11323 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Rob01IV View Post

I just purchased a 3 button navy blue pinstriped Donald Trump suit and I need to have the pants hemmed. The trousers have no pleats, and I was wondering what will look better, cuff or no cuff? Your opinions will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks

For a flat front, I go with no cuff, the exception being if it a very lightweight material. In which case, a cuff is simply more functional, since it will help weigh down the legs, and create a wrinkle free look.
post #11324 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Rob01IV View Post

I just purchased a 3 button navy blue pinstriped Donald Trump suit and I need to have the pants hemmed. The trousers have no pleats, and I was wondering what will look better, cuff or no cuff? Your opinions will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks

How tall are you?
post #11325 of 33197
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

How tall are you?

I'm 6 ft even
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