Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by weirdnjfan1, Nov 21, 2006.
the MIJ denim is a great value, and they fade pretty nicely too.
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Those look good. Are those the slim fit or regular? Thinking I might just go with Uniqlo jeans for now on.
there was tons of the MIJ jeans when i was at the 34th street location Saturday
both regular and slim fit...i think they had black in only the slim but i could have been the regular...all $89.90
store wasn't busy at all around 2PM...must have had about 1 employee for every 2 customers there
On a 36 waist it's about 9inches which is barley acceptable.
Outside is 78% wool, while the interior lining is 100% poly. If it wasn't for the pattern I wouldn't of pulled the trigger. +J wool flannel are superior build/comfort.
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Can any New Yorkers shed some light into whether or not down filled vests are still available at any of the shops?
Good size run still??
thanks in advance
Plenty of +J down vests(reversible ones not as much in smaller sizes).
Sucks that the jeans cost so much now. They used to be $35 I believe.
+J Wool Flannel jacket in size M slim fit and Small regular fit all sold out in GRAY 07, good amount of black and navy left
+J reversible down vest coming in today. I hope its good
If there are any left, people should scoop up the +J cashmere cardigans. theyre so nice.
wish I did but I spent my allowance for the month.
which color is better, maroon or green?
i'm thinking green
honestly they're both really nice because they're slightly speckled. I feel like green is more "interesting" but the maroon will be easier to pair up with other things.
Yeah the speckled aspect is very interesting to hear about.
Now I am more intrigued.
But I don't think I plan on purchasing anymore cardigans--kind of diffused them out of my wardrobe.
Told myself would only splurge on nicer knits like SNS, Inverallan etc.
The green is nice, seen it in store over the weekend. It is VERY SLIGHTLY speckled.
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