John Elliott - official affiliate thread

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

  1. MIKE_JE

    MIKE_JE Senior member

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    The cut is the same. You might find that the Obsidian feels a bit tighter because it is a 2X1 weave versus 3X1 on the indigo. Based off of specs you should wear the same size. If anything you have more room to size down in the Cobalt.
     


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    This is permanent, however we will be phasing in 2 % stretch selvedge which will help with the slim / skinny cut.
     


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    Not necessarily true. In fact, I doubt anything Atrium has (besides Graphite) is our new cut.
     


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    The indigo will stretch up to an inch in the waist and at any stress points.
     


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    That's what I've been waiting for!
     


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    Cool, I may give them a shot once that's rolled out.


    Awesome. Looking forward to seeing what colors are available.
     


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    Graphite at the atrium and graphite and 2 others at revolve. Whichever pairs they priced at $295
     


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    @JohnElliottCo I am 5 7" 160 lbs and wear a medium in the villain hoodie. Do the escobar sweatpants fit true to size (I typically wear a small in most clothing) or do people usually size up (similar to the hoodies) as they are very slim fit? Would you recommend a size small or medium for the escobar sweatpants?
     


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    I weight a little under 150, and the smalls are snug on me. They're perfect, just how I want them, but make no mistake, there isn't a whole lot of breathing room at the waist and hips. Only worn 'em a couple times so far, so I think they'll stretch a bit, but you might be more comfortable in a medium. @GDMillstein
     


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    I'm also 5'7 but 175 and I tried on larges but they were way too long but besides that the fit was great. I know the medium is only 1/2 an inch shorter than the large but I think at your weight mediums would provide a nice fit just with a decent amount of stacking
     


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    Please let it be White/Black LS Curve U-Neck from the SS14 lookbook
     


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    Were the khaki jeans releasing this season or the next? If this season, any eta?
     


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