Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JOHN ELLIOTT, Apr 10, 2013.
That sounds AMAZING.
No free shipping if you're spending $943?!?!!!!! >.<
Just fixed that. You should see an option for free shipping > $300.
Can someone post a real picture of the 41 overshirt? I want to see some on pics.
Awesome!! M65 + essentials copped!
I thought shipping was just free now?
None of my recent orders even under 300 have gotten charged shipping
Stadium Jacket looking gooooooooooooood!
As long as his brand maintains a fairly decent price point it will continue to be my go to!
I just got my first shipments of tees in today and I am so impressed by the fit and quality. It's like I've been searching for the perfect tee my entire life and I was introduced to some divine intervention of John Elliott. I don't think I can ever be satisfied with the amount of John Elliott tees I own. My plan now is to literally buy 3 of color of every style.
How often do they offer promotions?
I'm the same way haha. I literally own over 20 JE tees. The silk blend are my favs. Love the white silk blend. Not many promos other than your first buy. You can buy from other retailers that offer deals here and there
I would actually consider buying a silk blend tee except for the fact I can get 2 tees for the same price and having to dry clean it everytime it gets dirty
The new dry clean is gentle wash line dry..
After you feel one it's well worth the price. Different kind of a fit and feel. I got 5 now. Rather have silk over 2-3 normal. That's just me though.
For spot cleaning I use Jason markk. It's a cleaner made to clean shoes and I use it on all my expensive shoes. It's gental enough on suede, leaves no marks. Just a bonus it works on clothes too. I just pour a small amount on a towel, make it damp and just clean out the stain. For oder just a quick cold water wash and lay flat to dry. I used this method on all my JE and Alexander wang tees.
We recommend dry clean only because we wouldn't want to recommend machine washing, when there are so many variables in the kind of machines different people use, and it could ruin the garments.
With that being said, I personally machine wash mine on delicate cycle, cold, with Woolite, and hang dry. Once dry I'll sometimes fluff them in the dryer. I don't necessarily recommend doing this for everyone, but you can try it at your own risk.
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