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John Elliott - official affiliate thread

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

  1. randomkoreandude

    randomkoreandude Senior member

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    do you have the washed shirts as well and can compare the thickness?
     
  2. ConradRadCon

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    I purchased the Richmond Pants in black. I loved the style on them so I took a gamble. I'll let you guys know how I like them once they arrive!
     
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    Washed tee is super thin. Just backed a couple as they weren't worth the cost imo.
     
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    @973god if you decide to sell it mate, send me a shout. I saw it on grailed too but wasn't quick on the trigger since I was doing a nursing clinical that very day lol.

    @sameers the material composition is slightly more thicker than regular tees. Therefore it doesn't drape quite the same way but it still has a nice look to it. I just bought the same grey tee from the Bergdorf collection yesterday. Oddly enough, the pattern on the tee reminds me a lot of the yeezy boost pattern on the 350.
     
  6. Jbidwal

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    I actually like the washed tees. Nice material for summer and the washes match. My oversized and uneck fit perfect going true to size
     
  7. Mackp12

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    Co-Mix grey definitely reminds me of turtle doves a bit in person. I'm going to pick up my first co-mix black tee this week and leaning towards the classic crew.

    I'm digging the cut on the classic curve tee and hopefully we will see some non co mix options as I stay away from unecks due to my Sasquatch chest lololol
     
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  8. barrettdudley

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    The Richmond pants are a new material. It's a double faced knit, not terry, that's where the price increase is coming from.

    @John Elliott When can we expect Barneys.com to release JE? Any idea if they'll be carrying the Cast 2 Spring?
     
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  9. CH03

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    Always said this as well.
     
  10. peter1234930

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    Washed tees are dope but the thinness sketches me out - you can see through the shirt in the model shot:[​IMG]
     
  11. MIKE_JE

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    Those are Sprayed tees, not Washed. The Sprayed tees have to be ultra lightweight fabric to achieve the treatment.
     
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  12. Jbidwal

    Jbidwal Senior member

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    I'm going to order a sprayed tee. Fabric seems nice for hot days
     
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    ill take the uneck at a reasonable price ;) pp ready
     
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    Watch out, it'll develope several holes within the hour
     
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  15. Jbidwal

    Jbidwal Senior member

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    Can't be much more fragile than a linen tee.
     
  16. srizvi722

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    ^^It's already established that the sprayed tees are fragile, but I highly doubt they'll develop holes unless recklessly worn. Maybe dude who got holes in it just had a bad batch. If more than 1 person can vouch that it'll hole up immediately with gentle wear, then I'll believe it.
     
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    I know the holes aren't intentional, but it only makes sense to wear shirts with holes in them considering we are all wearing destroyed denim, IMO it brings the whole look together. I'm actually surprised that there aren't any distressed shirts.
     
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    So now it's impossible to cop the oversized cropped hoodie size s anymore?
     
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    Long time lurker, wanted to chime in on the sprayed tee. Aside from the thinness, I think the sizing is off. I normally wear medium crew neck tees and both the medium and large were significantly shorter than the medium crew neck tee. Didn't work out for me but if you're going to order a sprayed tee, just be aware of that.
     
  20. Jbidwal

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    Thanks. I don't mind the shortness as it will work fine for me as a normal tee. Thinness isn't bad either considering some days will be 100+. I don't want holes though.
     

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