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John Elliott - official affiliate thread

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

  1. victoorious

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    i would do M.
     
  2. Joebo21

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    not for 345
     
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  3. Jbidwal

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    Yes. Both colors
     
  4. Vindeleon90

    Vindeleon90 Senior member

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    @JohnElliottCo does the Yuma shirt have any stretch to it? I am always in a dilemma with your button ups. Large is too slim and XL too loose
     
  5. leclutchjames

    leclutchjames Senior member

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    Yes it should have stretch.
     
  6. leclutchjames

    leclutchjames Senior member

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    medium if you want them to fit like the model. L if you want a little loose
     
  7. victoorious

    victoorious Senior member

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    You get the same size as a villain hoodie ?
     
  8. mcking

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    What size is both items? Thanks.
     
  9. Jbidwal

    Jbidwal Senior member

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    Yes. I always get the same size.
     
  10. helvete

    helvete Well-Known Member

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    Kinda indifferent about the denim shirts. What's with the bib-esque hemline? LOL.
     
  11. DrinkOrDie

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    Thinking about picking up the blue denim but I don't like the slit like on the rue hoodie..... I do already own the 41 overshirt, tempting.
     
  12. MIKE_JE

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    Actually, would not expect this to stretch much.
     
  13. MIKE_JE

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    The hem is pretty much a standard BD shirt hem, I would not compare it to the Rue or say it is anything out of the ordinary.
     
  14. DrinkOrDie

    DrinkOrDie Senior member

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    that's what i'm thinking LOL
     
  15. MIKE_JE

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    A little surprised by this feedback, the hem is no different from the 41 over shirt and is pretty similar to most button down shirts. Not really that exaggerated.
     
  16. kjbaron89

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    The outline of the hem is fine. But that ~2 inch panel that follows on the back of the shirt does not look good IMO.
     
  17. DrinkOrDie

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    They just seem more dramatic/longer than the one on the 41 overshirt, don't get me wrong, I do see the hem on my 41 overshirt, but the denim ones seem cut longer.
     
  18. drb1911

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    Yeah, if I'm being honest..the Indigo shirt is a nice to have, but not a need to have. To me the pockets/buttons used look like a standard western style shirt. I've kinda been there done that. The hemline is starting to become ubiquitous in JE designs...I'm personally looking for timeless pieces that are more traditional but with an awesome fit. 1-2 shirts with a unique hemline is okay, but I just don't want several shirts in my wardrobe that require layering and really need to be worn unbuttoned to look good. Still wear JE as my go to brand; just sharing feedback.
     
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  19. leclutchjames

    leclutchjames Senior member

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    I like the little distressed detail on the denim shirts.
     
  20. dcvm1979

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    @Jbidwal
    Ive noticed you have a couple overshirts.do u have any mediums and if so how do u like compared to a small per say..i missed out on the small black so i took a medium i got a couple m villians and the fits cool with me ..im 5'8 155-160 so i think i should be ok ..i can always return it tho..also what size did u get in the yuma
     

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