John Elliott - official affiliate thread

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

  1. Bertdinner2

    Bertdinner2 Senior member

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    theyre meant to be. That's y I don't like them
     


  2. Cg23

    Cg23 Senior member

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    From a line that's based entirely on slim fit everything i find it a little odd with the baggy sleeves. Kinda a bummer.
     


  3. Jbidwal

    Jbidwal Senior member

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    I'm not sure if they are meant to be or a design compromise (maybe it's just extended sleeves of the tee) but I agree they are too baggy. I find them way too loose by the wrist area. This is the reason I chopped off the sleeves of my ls uneck. Anyone want to comment on the sleeves of the new colors of this season?
     


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    ejz2590 Well-Known Member

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    I have the black LS mercer and my sleeves are baggy as well. I wish they were more tapered.
     


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    glad to know im not the only one. i may try to tailor the sleeves one day. i tried a method similar to pinrolling for the sleeves which seemed to work for me, but im not going to keep the sleeves like that 24/7, it'd just get annoying. i think now that the s/s villains are out, more people are going to have ls mercer tees, and have the sleeves exposed, and JE knows their whole aesthetic is slim, so maybe we'll get a revamped fit for f/w
     


  6. drb1911

    drb1911 Senior member

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    Agreed...like the long sleeves, but the baggy look to the sleeves is no bueno.
     


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    Shirt+Pants Senior member

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    Any plans for elongated short sleeve mercer tees? I really like the style but the medium is too short and the large too baggy.
     


  8. MIKE_JE

    MIKE_JE Senior member

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    Yes, very soon!
     


  9. Shirt+Pants

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    That's great news! I'll stay tuned.
     


  10. thekunk07

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    the arms just do not sit right on the standard mercer. xl body is perfect but i have 21" arms and the sleeves are still too wide
     


  11. PocketSock

    PocketSock New Member

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    They're just kind of baggy.
     


  12. Bertdinner2

    Bertdinner2 Senior member

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    Yea the long sleeve sleeves are bagggyy but hey they can't please everyone
     


  13. victoorious

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    any plans on other color ways of Court shorts? perhaps heather grey?
     


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    Im looking to buy a dark grey villain hoodie size Large. They sold out in my size before I was able to buy one. Anybody selling a brand new one?
     


  15. Phil T

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    There has been a restock today as I just bought one, Still up on the site too but id be quick as they will go
     


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