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J Crew F/W 09 Discussion

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Teger, Jul 10, 2009.

  1. Robert

    Robert Well-Known Member

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    +1 Robert.
    Around here...all the stupid yuppies and 30k millionaire are buying their kids these TR and Lacoste polos.

    http://www.truereligionbrandjeans.co...00/p/3268.html



    And mostly, kids don't really care until they get into junior high.
     
  2. chiamdream

    chiamdream Well-Known Member

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    I yelped yesterday when I realized the kids' Macallister boots are $85.
     
  3. thenanyu

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    And mostly, kids don't really care until they get into junior high.

    And 8th graders are not usually going to be into tweed and desert boots.
     
  4. Robert

    Robert Well-Known Member

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    Ha ha, true! Or shawl collar cardigans.
     
  5. StephenHero

    StephenHero Well-Known Member

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    I bet a good deal of Crewcut sales are returned after a week when the family portrait is finished.
     
  6. deveandepot1

    deveandepot1 Well-Known Member

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    And 8th graders are not usually going to be into tweed and desert boots.

    Most of the cc stuff I have seen would at best, only fit the smallest 5th grader.
     
  7. Uker

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    What would you guys suggest for a good fall / spring jacket ?

    I'm looking at the new Langham jacket but I'm not sure. Planning on going to a store later this week to try them on! Anyone have some experience with it ?
     
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    UPS delivered my Mariner sweater to the wrong address! Someone even signed for it, can you believe that.
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    thanks for the sweater!
     
  9. youalreadyknow

    youalreadyknow Well-Known Member

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    so is it lost for good or is UPS gonna take care of it?
     
  10. ToruOkada

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    What would you guys suggest for a good fall / spring jacket ?

    I'm looking at the new Langham jacket but I'm not sure. Planning on going to a store later this week to try them on! Anyone have some experience with it ?

    yeah dude, alot of people have experience with the jacket. What do you want to know?
     
  11. Uker

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    yeah dude, alot of people have experience with the jacket. What do you want to know?

    Uhm....how is it ? The fit ? The construction ? The obvious questions....
     
  12. PAguy22

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    Has anyone seen the MacAlister boots in anchor grey? I'm wondering if they're closer to something like the grey Clarks, or if they're sort of dirtier like they seem on the website.

    I'm trying to decide between those or the olive, but my store doesn't have the grey.


    I actually bought them online and then took them back because I didnt like the color. I'd have a hard time explaining or relating the color to someone, but for me they just looked off. They didnt seem to go well with anything I owned.
     
  13. wallpaper

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    I wear a small in the secret wash shirts, but i sized down to an extra small in the Langham. It's not a very thick coat, but it is waterproof. I'm very happy with it.
     
  14. sazon

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    Uhm....how is it ? The fit ? The construction ? The obvious questions....

    I have the Langham. Solid Jacket all around, IMO. Nice fit, on the slimmish side. Good feeling waxed cotton. Mid weight quilted lining.

    British Millerian Co. Not sure how good they really are but I just like throwing that in there.

    Recommended.
     
  15. muffinman

    muffinman Well-Known Member

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    Can anyone proxy me some j crew stuff to Australia? Of course I will make it worth your while. Pm me if interested.
     
  16. synovoid

    synovoid Well-Known Member

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    I thought they ship worldwide, no?
     
  17. Robert

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    UPS delivered my Mariner sweater to the wrong address! Someone even signed for it, can you believe that.
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    That sucks. Is the address in your area? Would take a lot of balls for a neighbor to walk around your neighborhood wearing this!

    I've had UPS delivery stuff next door before. Fortunately my neighbors always brought the packages over to me. I've found that FedEx is much more reliable.
     
  18. muffinman

    muffinman Well-Known Member

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    I thought they ship worldwide, no?

    Nope they don't do international shipping. I really like their stuff so if anyone wants to share the love that would be great.
     
  19. beowolf

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    I am going to pick up some secret wash shirts this weekend from the J. Crew outlet.
     
  20. wannabeagiant

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    I have the Langham. Solid Jacket all around, IMO. Nice fit, on the slimmish side. Good feeling waxed cotton. Mid weight quilted lining.

    British Millerian Co. Not sure how good they really are but I just like throwing that in there.

    Recommended.


    Have you tried on the oilcloth field jacket? Does it fit the same as the Langham? I'm usually a medium but was going to go for a small since it seems baggy. If the field jacket is slim also, I'll go for the medium. Thanks.
     

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