Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JOHN ELLIOTT, Apr 10, 2013.
Why can't we get a word on the rider? Been looking forward to it since first drop.
Whatt color is that on the left?
Left is the new comix, middle is the silk and right is the normal terry
How is the comix? Thicker or lighter material and is it as slim fitting as the normal tees?
Can anyone help me with mercer fit compares to regular t? Does it fit slimmer longer etc etc
Anyone know what the plan is for future SS Villain Crews? Im trying to decide which Long Sleeve Mercer to pick up especially wondering about the Dune
do you know by any chance whether to size up on those or is it true to size?
Cody from JE told me that it is TTS..
but he told me that I am kind of similar to John Elliots size who is 5'10 and wears a medium In most garments, that he got a size small in the Rider. But Cody recommended me a medium. Based on the pics I saw on John, it does look a bit tight. So i might just get a small and a medium then return the size I don't need.
Sorry I ask way too many questions since I'm new to this lol.. but I got a size 30 in the APC Petit new standards and they were way too tight for my liking (I'm usually a size 32 in all pants/levis jeans) and made my legs look awkwardly skinny since I'm kinda tall. Do you guys recommend me sizing down just one for the coasts to size 31 if I don't really like that tight fit? Thanks
If 30s in the petit standard are too tight, I'd go with a 32 in the coast. (I have both those jeans in both those sizes.)
Anyone know where i can score some small court shorts or when they will restock either color would do? Thanks
Size small in Moon : http://www.revolveclothing.com/john-elliott-co-court-short-in-moon-grey/dp/JELL-MF5/?&d=Mens
Thicker, more like a normal tee. Fits the same. I personally didn't like the fabric in the crew cut. It's fine in the u neck
anyone get the moab check or black check snap overshirt? they look good. But Im very hesitant because of the pricing. Is it worth the steep price?
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