John Elliott - official affiliate thread

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

  1. Jbidwal

    Jbidwal Senior member

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    The standout is what I'm looking for. I'll Pair them with a simple tee and vans. No biggie if I don't have them though. They aren't a must. Getting over the whole destroyed denim anyway. I do want the bandana boots though
     


  2. Jbidwal

    Jbidwal Senior member

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    You ever see their stuff in person? I don't even know how things fit.
     


  3. nsubrmnn

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    No haven't tried anything on, hoenstly some of it's a little out there for me. I like the simple pieces like the bombers, the western shirts and the bombers. The denim seems to fit well, but it'd only get the non distressed stuff. The prices are a bit hard to swallow for me.

    I love this jacket
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    And this western shirt
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    It's the new slp for me but the prices are crazy.

    Seems to fit well at least on @itzkoolkidkam
     


  4. Jbidwal

    Jbidwal Senior member

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    I agree with the prices. Too much for me as well. Can't pay those prices and get much out of it. Hopefully it gets carried more where stuff eventually hits discount. I'll pay for boots since not many alternatives that cost less but clothing I'll pass for the most part. Same with fear of god. I like some of the sports pieces but not the price. The fitted hat is the perfect example
     


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    boxdok Senior member

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    looking at JE instagram it looks like we will be getting Japanese selvedge denim again in the not so distant future. If you follow the link in JE instagram you can see a preview of Season 11 denim in
    nobuhiroyamamoto instagram
     


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    I am wondering what for was shooting that JE showed on insta story yesterday. Only for instagram photos or for the lookbook? Because the model on product shots for online store is different guy and those photos were probably taken some time ago...
     


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  10. itzkoolkidkam

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    The mx1 are the most comfortable denim I've ever worn (98/2). Yes, even more so than my skittles. They're pretty slim and I wear the same size as my slp. Some guys size down but I can't see myself going down a size. The mx2 is more of a slim straight cut.

    The tops vary, somethings run tts while others are oversized.
     


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    How is a gray sleeveless tank ridiculous looking? Serious question
     


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    I am trying to view the photos that have been posted onto this thread in an album format or in a way so that I do not have to flip through every page to see them. Is there a way that I can view the photos posted to this John Elliott forum without going through each individual page to view the fits of different pieces? Thank you in advance for the help.
     


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