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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JOHN ELLIOTT, Apr 10, 2013.
best place in NYC to try some Escos? Kith/Atrium?
i just purchased the silk blend classic T in white from apartment number 9, now is this the old or new fit? because if i recall correctly there was an issue previously with the collar I could be wrong though... Any replies would help greatly
Are people seriously dry cleaning these t shirts? I cant imagine it. Every time you wear it youre down a couple bucks and you have to take it to the dry cleaner?
When does the longsleeve mesh hoodie drop ?
Tomorrow 9am est
Aren't JE shirts extremely thin and delicate?
I have a bunch of u-necks and classic T's (not the silk ones) and they've all been cold washed and hang dried at least 10 times without problem.
Although, the first iterations have all gotten tears at the beck of the neck where the stitching from the label has pulled the material apart, but the newer ones have been fine, so I just use those 3 for gym shirts now.
The only issue I have run into was washing the white rebel, the black fleece bled all over the white mesh. I've actually come to love how it turned out but would've preferred it stayed white and clean, but if I was going to do it again I still wouldn't dry clean it, just hand wash cold.
But the silk variant says dry clean only
I cant imagine anyone buying them. Its just so impractical.
Yes I own a silk tee. It's some boss ish. Haven't washed mine yet though
How many times you worn it?
Less than 10
Does anyone know how the sizing works on the flannel shirts? And the retail was $300 or so if I remember correctly?
I've never taken any of my tees to the dry cleaner. I just wash and hang dry, shirts stay perfectly fine.
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