Juicy Couture

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  1. handler4me

    handler4me Well-Known Member

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    Hey everyone,
    I received the Juicy couture velour jacket as a present, and I must admit it's great. Its the black velour track jacket and its warm and comfortable. I completely recommend it. Its selling at Neimans in black and a mossy green color for about 130. What track jackets does everyone else have?
     


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    Is it not too shiny? I would be afraid of wearing a shimmery velour tracksuit myself. I have a black/white/orange Y-3 track jacket.
     


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    drizzt3117 Senior member

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    Juicy is starting to make quite a few guys things, thankfully they don't have their logos on them [​IMG] They seem to be high quality though, the velvet blazer looked good.
     


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    handler4me Well-Known Member

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    It's not shiny at all. Its of a soft non shimmery velour. I believe the brands like Phat Farm, Ecko, etc. all have the shiny velour. But i agree juicy is making top quality items for men. The items like the blazers/velour are decently prices with great quality. However they seem to go overboard when they charge 66 bucks for a plain white t-shirt [​IMG]
     


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    Aaron Senior member

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    I've got a Lululemon track jacket, one of the most comfortable garmets I own, love the material. I used to have a few vintage Fred Perry, Adidas, and Puma jackets when I was in high school, but I kind of wore through them. I'm kind of curious to see what the Juicy jacket looks like, any pics?

    Aaron
     




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    yeah, my brother was commenting the other day about JC track pants for women and how it spells out J-U-I-C-Y right on the ass. then we were doing some post t-giving shopping at Nordstrom Rack yesterday and saw someone wearing those pants. got a good chuckle out of that one. -Jeff
     


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    Aaron Senior member

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    This one looks pretty comfortable. Can't say I'd go for the whole "tracksuit" (always been an anachronism to me) but the jacket looks comfy. Aaron
     


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    [​IMG] It's the return of the tiny-faced guy.
     


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    I happen to have a few juicy suits - a black velour, navy terry cloth, and just sold a camel velour suit. They are perfect for the weekend.
     


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    I have the velour jacket. Very comfortable for hanging around the coffeeshop or library or chilling at home in. Really glad it doesn't say "Juicy" on the back.
     


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    Do people really pay $220 for a warm-up suit?
    Just asking.....way out of my league.
     


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