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John Elliott - official affiliate thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JOHN ELLIOTT, Apr 10, 2013.

  1. leFLOPjames

    leFLOPjames Well-Known Member

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    Actually folks, I heard that JE is 'in the process' of making more Nero denim. I'd expect a restock or at the very least they will show up at some retailers.
     
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  2. nsubrmnn

    nsubrmnn Well-Known Member

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    Damn got an inside connect? That's the best news I've heard all day
     
  3. leFLOPjames

    leFLOPjames Well-Known Member

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    you can e-mail info@rodengray and ask them to reserve you a pair in your size.. they are definitely getting some - when I do not know. I had been waiting for a while so I e-mailed them again saying I guess you guys aren't getting any? And I was told JE is in the process of making more and RG will be receiving them. In my experience on RG they usually sell out right away so it's best to e-mail them to inquire about your size. I have a feeling if they're making more though JE will do a restock.

    RG will send an e-mail invoice once it arrives.
     
  4. nsubrmnn

    nsubrmnn Well-Known Member

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    I don't f with rg, their prices are insane with the conversion. I'd rather get them thru JE. In all honesty I was hoping from some non ripped neros. I'm sure I'm in the Minority here, but I think they will have more staying power.
     
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  5. notwithit

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    That's who I've always used. They taper from the inseam and leave the selvedge outseam untouched, and they do a damn good job making the alteration invisible. I've also had them fix crotch blow-outs (which they darn to match the original fabric). I haven't had any other alterations done, but they'll do waist and top block adjustments as well. Not cheap but worth it if you care about the work that's being done.
     
  6. leFLOPjames

    leFLOPjames Well-Known Member

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    I bet if JE is making more they will do a re-stock on their website, so hopefully you can just grab a pair there
     
  7. Jasonronn

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    i tried the skittles on at barneys last week. the fit was very good, definitely slp-like. there was a big difference from the knee down from the old springs i tried a few months ago. glad i passed on the springs initially.
     
  8. nsubrmnn

    nsubrmnn Well-Known Member

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    Stitched the collars down from the inside, what do you guys think?
     
  9. Bimmer93

    Bimmer93 Well-Known Member

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    Not a fan of buttoned/pinned down collars on casual flannels personally, but if you like it, go with it!
     
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  10. Jbidwal

    Jbidwal Well-Known Member

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    I'm not a fan either. Imo the JE aesthetic really isn't a proper button down shirt. The flannel is more of a casual wear with jeans for me. But if you like and it fits your look then that's all that matters
     
  11. dcvm1979

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    it looks okay...the shirt really doesn't say much to me in general...just my opinion tho...what happens if it gets cold and wanna flip up the collar to keep the wind off ya
     
  12. seraphm2

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    Do people really flip up the collar of a shirt when it gets cold? Lol
     
  13. ZanderRosen

    ZanderRosen Well-Known Member

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    Went to college in Burlington, Vermont, and many of you live in Canada - I've never seen anyone flip their collar up to warm their neck. I'd call you on your shit if I caught any of you doing that. Just don't. None of us are living in The Revenant.
     
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  14. Mackp12

    Mackp12 Well-Known Member

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    I'm from Canada and I can confirm I've never seen the popped flannel collar for warmth. I do how ever remember everyone popping their polo collars about 10 years ago
     
  15. dcvm1979

    dcvm1979 Well-Known Member

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    not only should u flip it up but starch the help out of it hahahahahah....listen do what makes u feel good when u look in that mirror...that's what it's all about at the end of the day...make it your own..own that shit ..I know I feel good when I look in that bitch ya heard
     
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  16. ZanderRosen

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    If you pop your collar (non-flannel), you either are on the links, a dad, have a belly that you tuck into your polo, or wear croakies consistently. You could also just live in New England with an exclusive Vineyard Vines wardrobe. See all of the above in Massachusetts on the regular.

    ...You're probably not on SF either...
     
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  17. Jbidwal

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    The red flannel. Same cut as the maroon. Material is heavier but not as warm (no wool). Again shirt is fairly generic and you can easily find alternatives if you don't want to spend the money. Fit works for me again on this.
     
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  18. srizvi722

    srizvi722 Well-Known Member

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    Shirt is ok. Kinda glad it didn't come out as nice as I thought, saves me money. I'll be sending it back when I get it in tmrw. Thanks for the pics y'all.
     
  19. fdyla

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    If anyone is interested in / ever deciding between the various types of greys offered by JE, here is a comparison picture of some of my grey JE pieces.

    Left to right: Mix Grey Terry // Grey Terry // Co Mix Grey // Grey (Standard Grey Poly/cotton/rayon t shirt fabric) // Co Mix Charcoal

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  20. leclutchjames

    leclutchjames Well-Known Member

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    The flight jacket is $580
     
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