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John Elliott - official affiliate thread

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

  1. npa23

    npa23 Senior Member

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    I'm also an L in those JE tees and XL in classic crews. I own a classic LS and curve LS and they fit the same as TTS. 6'2 for reference it's a little long
     


  2. iamfudge

    iamfudge Well-Known Member

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    I e-mailed them too last week and they told me they didn't have a plan to restock at the moment. I'm assuming maybe they will later? also, does revolve usually carry XS sizes?
     


  3. tommo

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    So I bought the hanois.

    The detail was great, denim quite dirty. If they fitted well I’d have kept them but they suffered majorly with that overly baggy top block that makes them like shit

    I’ve got springs, nimbus, odeon and have had plumas but these were crazily baggy.

    I sent them back and bought SLP D02 in the trash denim for the same look. The difference in the two is stark.

    Can’t trust the QC on JE denim anymore so I just buy basics like Ts / sweatshirts which is a real shame
     


  4. marcus-chi

    marcus-chi Senior Member

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    I wish you had a fitpic to post along with this description cause they dont look baggy in the model pics...I'm thinking about grabbing these myself.

    THE_CAST_2_HANOI_01.jpg
     


  5. Mackp12

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    A washed black capsule to close out this season would be great!
     


  6. srizvi722

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    I posted pics a long while back.
    They aren’t very helpful bc they turned out blurry, so my bad. But you can get an idea.

    I actually sent them back because I thought they were tooooo tight. With absolutely no stretch.
    Edit: I couldn’t button the top button and ordered my usual JE denim size

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  7. JR918

    JR918 Distinguished Member

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    Your usual 29s were tight or 28? Also, how’s the wash compared to plumas?
     


  8. srizvi722

    srizvi722 Distinguished Member

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    The Hanoi were a 28. I’m sure most can grab their TTS and let it stretch. But I rarely wear denim, so I need them to be a perfect fit out of the bag

    Wash is very similar to plumas.
     


  9. marcus-chi

    marcus-chi Senior Member

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    Man, in your pic they look pretty fire tbh...that just made me wanna cop more. Thats the kind of tight I actually want out of this pair, with being able to button them up all the way of course.
     


  10. MaTtKs

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    Monday bathroom selfie...

    Dual Flash / Finished Hem AE / Dillon Black

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  11. tommo

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    It’s worth ordering the hanois, give them a go. They have no stretch as otherwise mentioned. I’m just done with ordering a pair of John Elliott denim and them being fine and then ordering the same size and then being completely different to a matter of inches.

    I’m based in London so when I’m ordering them once I’ve paid for shipping and import they are over 500 dollars. Once you’re in that range they just don’t stand up to the competition.

    It’s luck of the draw man, you might get a well made pair. I didn’t so had to spend another 50 bucks sending them back to LA. It’s beyond annoying
     


  12. marcus-chi

    marcus-chi Senior Member

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    I get that, ordering from London is tough when you have to deal with so much money added on shipping, returns, etc.
     


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    Vintage springs tomorrow. Perfect summer jeans. I can see these selling out quickly
     


  14. Mackp12

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    @hermesonly will be happy
     


  15. hermesonly

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    Omg.. Really..!! Cool.. Thanks for the heads up..I appreciate it
     


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