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J Crew F/W 09 Discussion

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

  1. Barrylicious

    Barrylicious Senior Member

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    Man, I hope J crew do a premium line in the future.

    Sort of like RLBL / RLPL.

    I would buy heaps more PRL if it was no horsee. That's a
    deffinite plus for me with j crew, but I would really love a high quality line. They have good ideas and design, thier colours are excellent, I just want better quality.


    A J Crew premium line would be pretty nice for sure. One of the reasons that I buy so much J Crew shit is because it's not emblazoned with dumbass logos all over the place. I almost bought a green RL gingham shirt the other day... but there was a bright purple horsey sitting on the chest and it was all I could look at. Who wants that?
     


  2. robin

    robin Stylish Dinosaur

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    lol @ the denim detergent. Ridiculous.
     


  3. Django

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    J. Crew's premium stuff is really their collaborations. I really don't think we need them to pull a Jcrew Purple Label and charge 300 bucks for better shirts.
     


  4. Razele

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    A J Crew premium line would be pretty nice for sure. One of the reasons that I buy so much J Crew shit is because it's not emblazoned with dumbass logos all over the place. I almost bought a green RL gingham shirt the other day... but there was a bright purple horsey sitting on the chest and it was all I could look at. Who wants that?
    I think all of us did at one point, most people on SF label bashed. I'm during for a good basics company. So hard to find. Are basics that unprofitable? Ah well.
     


  5. g transistor

    g transistor Distinguished Member

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    Damn, I love shawl collar cardigans. I have about 5 of them. [​IMG] How do I look here? [​IMG]
    That is a damn good look.
     


  6. EdenResident

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    That is a damn good look.

    Thanks, man. I seriously don't want to look all grandpa-ish and stuffy.
     


  7. Barrylicious

    Barrylicious Senior Member

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    J. Crew's premium stuff is really their collaborations. I really don't think we need them to pull a Jcrew Purple Label and charge 300 bucks for better shirts.

    Yeah their collaborations do fit the bill pretty well (IE the Thomas Mason shirts), but it wouldn't be the worst thing in the world to have something more permanent.
     


  8. driveslowk

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    Thanks, man. I seriously don't want to look all grandpa-ish and stuffy.

    uhhh you do but it loooks good
     


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    lol @ the denim detergent. Ridiculous.


    I think I need the What a Man Should Know book.
     


  10. g transistor

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    Thanks, man. I seriously don't want to look all grandpa-ish and stuffy.

    Yeah, you do look grandpa-ish but it looks damn good. The only problem is most people outside will just see the grandpa-ish and not the good, but they're just walking ballsacks.
     


  11. Meis

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    uhhh you do but it loooks good

    +1
    though I don't know if I'd say grandpa-ish... It doesn't look old man or frumpy- more along the lines of it looks like it could be one of the pictures ACL posts from the Life Archive.
     


  12. driveslowk

    driveslowk Distinguished Member

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    would look better without the hat
     


  13. g transistor

    g transistor Distinguished Member

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    I really dig the hat, but it would make it less "old".
     


  14. pokpok

    pokpok Senior Member

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    I'm so kopping the J.Crew Denim Detergent!1!11 On a serious note, the knits look good.
    kop this too.. [​IMG]
     


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    If anyone is in the NY/NJ area, I would recommend checking out the Men's shop in the Garden State Mall in Paramus.

    They were unloading so much stuff yesterday. The store was chock full.

    Picked up a new British Millerain jacket in Black that I don't see on the website. I think the inside says Langham jacket.
    $198 but it seems well constructed and I was quite happy with my oiled BM fieldcoat from last year so I gave this a shot.
     


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