John Elliott - official affiliate thread

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

  1. stafa

    stafa Senior member

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    Do the JE x Gap jeans stretch a lot?
     


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    GTFan712 Senior member

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    It's been a minute, JECo thread.

    Now that the weather is becoming more Villain-appropriate, I broke my JECo hiatus and grabbed my first two Villains, Dark Grey and Pitch Black. Not surprisingly, the product has blown me away. All other hoodies are now irrelevant. Fit is incredible. Construction is on point as always. Finger is now on the trigger for the Burgundy Villain.
     


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    Glad to hear you are happy with them!
     


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    Since buying the black villain, I've picked up the rebel and some escobars.
    I have a flash dual zip coming in Monday, and I'm excited to try it out.
    Really enjoying the pieces JE has been putting out.
     


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    Or just use the size charts that's provided on the site
     


  6. leclutchjames

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    ^ yup! Cause everything won't fit everyone the same and people wear their clothes differently
     


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    optimaasprime Senior member

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    Exactly, if there is anything I've learned is that JE clothing is very supple and form fitting. You just have to break it in. A lot of people expect perfect fits right out of the bag.
     


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    i ordered on the 13th and still hasnt been fulfilled? do they always take this long?
     


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    optimaasprime Senior member

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    You ordered on a holiday. This ain't nike. Did you inquire customer service, they are quick at responding?
     
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  10. leclutchjames

    leclutchjames Senior member

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    Yeah did you email Brandi?
     


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    Both of the shirts. Pretty nice pieces
     


  12. rufiorufiorufio

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    lmao. basically
     


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    This may perhaps be a silly question but can you iron wrinkles out of the tees? Or is there a specific, recommended method to get wrinkles out of the tees?
     


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    @Jbidwal

    Tell me about the Nep Flannel, been eyeing it but was sure of the texture and weight. Is like flannel (i.e. hairy)? How would you best describe it?
     


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    They both aren't hariy but have that fuzzy texture. They aren't too thick or thin,imo the right amount of weight. I got mediums in both and they fit me nicely. I wear medium in everything. Tees, villains, rest of the hoodies.
     


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