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post #16 of 820
http://www.jcrew.com/AST/Browse/Mens...6037/96037.jsp Anyone try their Wool University Coat? I kind of like the look. Worth it?
post #17 of 820
if you size down it should be fine...
post #18 of 820
No, it's not worth it.
post #19 of 820
That yellow jacket i'm going to stalk come sales time.
post #20 of 820
Their sale section is great. I picked up a thermal henley, a chino work shirt and a watch cap.

You can find current promo codes here...

http://jcrewaficionada.blogspot.com/
post #21 of 820
they're sales are great. don't forget to stack your student discount on anything andeverything
post #22 of 820
I've recently been embracing American traditional fashion and J. Crew has as of late been filling the spot once held by APC. I own the Ludlow suit (grey wool flannel, half canvased and bought 20% discount card) and have been making a list of things to purchase. The trims of some of their items are quite good (shell and Corozo buttons) for the price. I think I have a pretty discerning eye (I work in fashion design) and I have to say J. Crew is looking quite good lately.
post #23 of 820
As per J Crews sexist restructuring, Omaha will see none of these goods outside of the internetz or a catalog.
post #24 of 820
I'm sorry but this is beyond awesome. http://images.jcrew.com/erez4/erez?s...if&tmp=prdDtIm
post #25 of 820
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Originally Posted by constant struggle View Post

http://www.jcrew.com/AST/Browse/Mens...9853/99853.jsp
Sutherland Herringbone Topcoat

This piece, the herringbone looks real nice, I could see myself wearing this to work, or when i'm dressed up a bit such as going out to dinner or something... Once again if it fits, it could work.

i sorta liked this coat, too, but like pretty much everything else at J.Crew -- except their classic-fit khakis, maybe -- i'm hesitant to buy because i'm sure i could get something better for a little more, if not the same price.
post #26 of 820
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Originally Posted by robbie View Post
As per J Crews sexist restructuring, Omaha will see none of these goods outside of the internetz or a catalog.

I found that out when I went to the store last weekend. I live about 5 minutes away from Village Pointe, and I had no idea they switched over in August (I think that's what the sales girl said).
post #27 of 820
I've been waiting for this coat to show up on their website,



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J.Crew black watch plaid jacket, $595, available at jcrew.com

and then for the price to drop by about 60%
post #28 of 820
I have that jacket from a couple years ago in plain navy, I think I paid $70 for it in the after Christmas sale.
post #29 of 820
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Originally Posted by James Bond View Post
I found that out when I went to the store last weekend. I live about 5 minutes away from Village Pointe, and I had no idea they switched over in August (I think that's what the sales girl said).

are you an Omahan? hmm... that makes atleast 4 of us now.

crazy.
post #30 of 820
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British Millerain oilcloth field jacket http://www.jcrew.com/AST/Browse/Mens...6051/96051.jsp

It's a very good value if you don't want to pony up for a Barbour or Belstaff waxed jacket. It's very heavy and is lined in a plaid fabric just like it's British counterparts. My only complaint with it though, is that they used velcro on the cuffs for tightening them up (should be buttons imo).



I have this. It's quite nice for the price. Unexpectedly warm.
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