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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JOHN ELLIOTT, Apr 10, 2013.
EDIT: the one in the middle is Olive I believe. The rest are grey.
Seriously?! That's grey? I mean I am colourblind but fuck, did not think that was grey.
Lookbook is live.
I'm digging this denim button up...
same. are the pants supposed to drop too?
Man I wish they listed the pieces like their first SS15 look book.
Super hard to tell but it looks like the model in the back is wearing a mesh T-shirt; would really like to know what that is and when it will be released.
Grey Duo 2 Almas are interesting.
Lmao. Ridiculous on so many levels.
I know they have a fishnet tank. I like the new hoody
I want a white LS u-neck. :'(
Denim shirt is what caught my eye too. Any dates on it? Not passing that up. I'm guessing the pants arent coming until fall.
Since spring is coming soon, I am planning on buying a few John Elliott Tees. The question I have is what are the best cuts and materials for standalone wear? I like the assymmetrical hem of the mercer tees for layering, but I'm not sure how great they look on their own. The co-mix materials also look interesting. I am specifically looking to buy two white short sleeve tees and one grey, I'd just like you guys' opinions on which ones I should get!
Mercer tees look fantastic on their own
As well as the rest. You should get what you like. And will wear the most
It depends on preference. If it were me, based upon my experiences and style, for standalone wear I'd go with the following:
grey: comix all the way. Classic
1st white: silk blend. Classic
2nd white: U neck (you may find you want the u neck in comix, but depends on if you want a non drape fit as the standard tees drape better than comix)
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