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J Crew F/W 09 Discussion

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

  1. sonicreducer

    sonicreducer Well-Known Member

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    You just need to wear that sweater with: child molester mustache, sideburns, flannel lined skinny jeans, and cute animal sweatshirt for layering.

    that was embarrassingly unfunny.
     
  2. Mossy

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  3. tiecollector

    tiecollector Well-Known Member

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    that was embarrassingly unfunny.

    It was supposed to be sad as it reminds me of something a hipster would wear.
     
  4. blank

    blank Well-Known Member

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    The internet took this traditional/classic style and threw it into a food processor, chopping it up and spewing it out in tiny little consumable bits, ruining the originality of its style.
     
  5. Robert

    Robert Well-Known Member

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    Some of the new shirts look interesting. I like the idea of a year-round urban slim chino. Hope to see that in the store so I can see if it works for me.
     
  6. phoenixrecon

    phoenixrecon Well-Known Member

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    i like that fisherman's cardigan however it does have a lot of buttons
     
  7. robin

    robin Well-Known Member

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    Pictures of the Superior Labor engineer 2way canvas tote.

    Comes packaged in a fabric bag.

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    "THERE IS STRONGLY NO USELESSNESS"

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    Large logo is stamped on the other side.

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    Picture showing how some of the dyes and oils in the leather have rubbed off into the canvas when it was packaged up.

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    The hardware is all solid brass. The zipper is a nice sturdy one from Waldes, a Japanese company that specializes in making real deal repro vintage zippers.

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    Stamped 09SS, serial SL002.

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    Top view with the cover zipped up.

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    Unzipped, the top cover just falls down to the sides of the bag and remains unobtrusive.

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  8. mulansauce

    mulansauce Well-Known Member

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  9. toothsomesound

    toothsomesound Well-Known Member

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    Wow, very impressive. Not a fan of the repro stamping though. Beautiful bag anyway.
     
  10. Django

    Django Well-Known Member

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    a bag within a bag, truly we live in interesting times
     
  11. deveandepot1

    deveandepot1 Well-Known Member

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    If I order something from crewcuts why can't they keep the free shipping when I add something from the mens section. They both come from the same place. IT MAKES NO SENSE.
     
  12. StephenHero

    StephenHero Well-Known Member

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    Has anyone else noticed outrageous shipping charges from J.Crew lately? It seems like they're working the bottom line by tempting online shoppers into buying through low prices on sales items, only to hit them with exorbitant surcharges after they've already made up their ming. A smart business move I guess.
     
  13. Razele

    Razele Well-Known Member

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    Do they do in store tailoring to Boo yet.

    Srsly.
     
  14. Robert

    Robert Well-Known Member

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    If I order something from crewcuts why can't they keep the free shipping when I add something from the mens section. They both come from the same place. IT MAKES NO SENSE.

    Has anyone else noticed outrageous shipping charges from J.Crew lately? It seems like they're working the bottom line by tempting online shoppers into buying through low prices on sales items, only to hit them with exorbitant surcharges after they've already made up their ming. A smart business move I guess.

    whine, whine, whine.... [​IMG]
     
  15. Doctor Quack

    Doctor Quack Well-Known Member

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    J.Crew's shipping has always been outrageous. It sucks for those of us who can't find our sizes in the stores and would rather not trek to the local store to order from the red phone. I often try to wait for the free (with at least $150 purchase) or flat-rate shipping codes that wander the internet from time to time.
     
  16. robin

    robin Well-Known Member

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    lol wut

    Here are the shipping fees:
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    There's nothing outrageous on there.
     
  17. Doctor Quack

    Doctor Quack Well-Known Member

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    What can I say? I really don't like paying for shipping (especially when they basically set it up so that I would have to do so), but I am also lazy. Perhaps I've just been spoiled by places with free shipping or USPS Priority flat-rate.
     
  18. Razele

    Razele Well-Known Member

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    Hello, could I please have everything on a plate and also not pay for it?

    Good silverware too.
     
  19. EdenResident

    EdenResident Well-Known Member

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    I always wait for free shipping code. I'd rather get free shipping than percentage off. The reason is that if I change my mind and return the items, I'll be out nothing.
     
  20. Robert

    Robert Well-Known Member

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    so you either pay for the gas and your time to go visit a brick and mortar to buy what you want, or you pay for the convenience of staying in your living room and having it delivered to your doorstep. OR you go to that red phone for the things that aren't in the store and get free shipping. What's the big deal.

    You can't really expect all retailers to just suck up the shipping costs.
     

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