Friday, December 11, 2015

Seek & Find: Will you visit J.Crew this Weekend?

This is the weekly "sale watch" post, to help each other find sale items at our various local J.Crew stores. ;)

If you are stopping by a J.Crew store this weekend to see what's available (if anything!) in the SALE, or to see some NEW ARRIVALS {sigh!} in person, maybe you might be willing to share that with us in this post. In particular, if you could share with us a few of the noteworthy items that are available, at what prices, and potential sizes the store is carrying (as well as the store location)- that would be fantastic!

Also, please let us know if your local store is carrying an additional percent off sale. Thanks in advance!!! :)

P.S. I noticed that many of you have already been reporting sale items (and in which stores) in other posts which by the way "thank you!" :) I really appreciate how helpful we are for each other!

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  1. Will go today to make a return.

    Have you guys seen the collaboration of JCrew x Pierre Le Tan (famous French artist)? I think it was for Art Basel that happened days ago in Miami. Pierre is the father of handbag designer, Olympia Le Tan. Her handbags are to die for...

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    1. Yes, I saw it last weekend. They were actually set up at a booth in Design Miami, not Art Basel. I don't care for prints so the collection wasn't my favorite but the travel/cosmetic cases were cute for beach vacations. The colors were all pastels. They had the cases, patches (which were actually adorable but no idea what I'd use them for), scarves/handkerchiefs...lots of little small accessories

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    2. Thanks, Lauren. Ah, it's Design Miami, not Art Basel. I just saw a bunch of pics on my IG feed last week. :)
      I was scrolling on the J.Crew site and saw it on their menu...The umbrella would be nice to own.

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  2. No way, you couldn't get me near a mall on a weekend in December! ; )

    I'll probably go on Monday morning to return the Port Stewart boyfriend jeans. The SA's in my B&M are usually grumpy this time of year so I'll go early before the day gets too crazy.

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  3. Probably won't go by the retail store and I can't make the trek to the clearance store tomorrow so nothing for me. I am really trying to wear the last few seasons holiday items that I have accumulated instead of buying more. I will say I did receive the best shirt from Madewell yesterday...Flannel ex-boyfriend shirt in larchmont plaid. It is flannel shirt perfection, on promo with extra percentage off, has pockets and the flannel is very thick and nice and the colors are awesome. Can't wait to wear it tomorrow, love love love the pockets.

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    1. Thanks for mentioning Madewell flannel. I'm going to order the Sunday Shirt in flannel as presents....never ordered from them before but my mom bought some blouses there this fall and so she might like this flannel one too. Madewell is doing a good promo and free ship for Christmas too.

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    2. pathos - I love the Sunday flannel. I have a close-up shot of the fabric in this Instapic. I sized down one. Love the pockets! Someone mentioned that reviewers commented on shrinkage. I will remember to hang mine to dry.

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  4. I, too, will be avoiding the mall and shopping online as I am seriously behind in my holiday shopping. I receive my plaid Elsie heels tomorrow so I'm excited about those.

    Off topic, but I posted some photos and a review of the Collection Italian Wool Mockneck Top (formerly the cutout top) on my blog here. I know this is sold out but I have seen sizes popping back so if you have your eye on it, keep checking! It's a beautiful top, it's a bit boxier than I expected but once I figured out styling I was sold.

    I also received the full length pant in bi-stretch wool yesterday (E0922). I bought them in black and already wishing I had snagged them in the aubergine color. I usually shy away from side zip pants but after seeing another review here on JCA, decided to try them. They are SO flattering - I am extremely curvy and they aren't too high waisted, extremely flattering and the material is thicker (not scratchy) so even though they're not lined I feel adequately "tucked in" in the midsection. I'm already wearing them today with a blue pinstripe button down shirt, grey schoolboy blazer, glitter Elsie pumps and the crystal Ombre necklace :)

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    1. You look great in the wool top; love how you styled it. The piece is very versatile. I could also see a skinny belt perhaps helping to give a more fitted look if you wanted that as an option.

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    2. @mygoddy thank you, I love the belt idea, I am definitely going to try that!

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    3. Looks great on you! Will hope for popbacks...

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    4. That top looks fantastic on you and I love the way you styled it. The belt suggestion is a great one. One of my all-time favorite J. Crew pieces (and the reason I'm not kicking myself for not ordering this wool "cutout" top) is an older suiting piece that is a very similar grey color. It is thick wool crepe and has a self belt that snaps in the back. It had pleats on the front and a lower neckline, so its not identical, but its an awesome top. I wear it whenever I like to feel polished and professional. One of the things I like to do, which I think you could do with this top, is layer both under and over. Almost like its a men's vest. So, I wear my pinstripe suit, wear the tip over a blouse and the jacket over the vest.

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    5. I posted a review of those pants and yes, they are great. Not fashion forward or edgy but very flattering.

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    6. What a beautiful top (although what does it say about JC that they named it so horribly initially?) and I loved how you styled it! It's far more versatile than I expected, and it's both flattering and professional.

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    7. That looks great on you! About the name, I always thought the cut-out description meant the shoulders were cut out.

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    8. Love how you styled it and I need a necklace like that in my life! I'm not a big accessory person, but that really completes the outfit you 're wearing.

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  5. I got an email about a flash sale but won't be visiting.

    It's well-established that JCrew's quality is down and their designs aren't hitting the mark. Where do you ladies shop for clothes? I want mostly natural fabrics and classic items but I don't want to spend a fortune. A lot of my shopping budget goes to Boden but I was wondering what else is out there (I wish they had a store!). I'm not really into BR right now. I'm 30, married with no kids, and an office job that has a pretty casual dress code.

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    1. I'm an eclectic shopper and I don't spend a fortune or pay full price. But, I have some favorites. I shop Nordstrom; they have multiple price points & while I don't shop the Rack much, it's an option too. I work with a Nordstrom SA and she let's me know when there are sales & pulls what I like. I also like Neiman Marcus, but only shop at the end of the season when they have sales; you can find items at 60 to 70% off when they have an additional % off sales. NM's sale the day after Christmas is usually 50% off sale until Noon. You can pre-shop a few days before and that's what I do; the SA will ring the day of & you can pick up later. If you have a NM Last Call near you, try there as well; I've found great deals. Wanted a leather midi skirt in a cognac color this season. Zara had one, but I'm not a big Zara fan. I picked one up at Last Call for $190; was originally $900. Also, picked up a Vince perforated leather shell (paired with J Crew perforated leather pants) for $29; they were having an 80% off clearance sale. I know that's nuts. The sales can be very good. I've mentioned on here before about picking up Louboutin's for $200 & Frye boots for $130. So, if that's your "cup of tea," you might check them out. TJX & Marshalls are also on my list. You mentioned your office has a casual dress code; all of the stores I mentioned carry Vince & J Brand, which works well for a casual, but chic look. For Marshalls & TJX you may have to call around to see which of your stores carry them, since the options will be more limited. Vince can be pricey, but on sale, it's a good choice & the items last. The same is true of J Brand, but I've bought jeans for less than $50. Good luck!

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    2. Unless you aee looking for silk lining and 100% natural materials, definitely try Zara. Not everything is good and it is kind of difficult to figure out what's worth it and what's not from the website pics but once you find it you won't be disappointed, I have stuff from there that is 20 years old and still looks good.

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    4. I'm in a similar boat with the small exception that I dress more on the formal side most days. Most of my $$ still goes to the Crew but I also find pieces at Kate Spade, Ann Taylor, Talbots, and Land's End.

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    5. I'm with Mygoddy and have been shopping at Nordstrom a lot lately. I love their always free shipping and return policy, plus the fact that they will price match.

      Everlane also has nice, basic items made from natural (silk, wool) fabrics and at a good price point.

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    6. I've also had luck with Everlane, though their sizing can be a bit tricky (not the best for petites or if you prefer tailored fits). I'm liking Cuyana too. It's kind of like Everlane's big sister -- similar focus on quality & natural materials -- but at a higher price point. And, altho Madewell skews a bit young and casual, I do find the occasional piece there that works in my business-casual office. Good luck!

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    7. I would also recommend Club Monaco and Cos - similar price point to J Crew but better fabrics imo. CM does a lot of wool and silk, although their colour palette is limited. On the cheaper side, I buy a lot of Joe Fresh and Loft (esp the Lou & Grey line). And there's always H&M but forget about natural fabrics there!

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    8. I find myself shopping mostly at Bloomies (Theory, Vince, Joie, Equipment), Club Monaco, and occasionally Kate Spade, LOFT, and Ann Taylor. I haven't tried Everlane yet but am interested. I think BR is worse than JC these days. I shop sales only and Bloomingdale's has really good sales/events sometimes. Madewell makes the best silk dresses, but I'm not a fan of their sweaters (although recently it looks like they've been using more 100% natural fabrics in their sweaters).

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    9. I'll second Club Monaco and COS, with the caution that CM's descriptions aren't always super accurate, and COS's tops are cut short for us taller girls. CM's sale with extra % items are final sale, so be careful there. I'm happy with some recent purchases from Emerson Fry (sale), too.

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    10. Another vote for Nordstrom here. For basics like tees, cotton sweaters and cashmere in particular, you cannot beat Lands End quality, customer service and return policy. I also like Everlane. BR and Loft have the same declining quality and churning "fast fashion" styles as J Crew these days, IMO.

      I haven't actually kept anything I've purchased from J Crew in weeks - except for my Chateau Parka (love).

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    11. I also like Vince, Theory and Joie though you need to flip labels. They are all tilting into polyester a lot lately. I have some Everlane pieces I like. I am currently rather obsessed with Emerson Fry which hits all the buttons for me. Natural fibers (for the most part), minimalist, a bit edgy, yet classic.

      Massimo Duti and Ayr have some nice pieces, too.

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    12. Joy, another good one is Kit & Ace. Their styles are sort of dressy casual, and a lot of natural fibers and neutral colors. Their viscose/cashmere blend is lovely.

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    13. @Desert Flower, Love Massimo Dutti! Discovered them first in Italy and found some really nice pieces this summer in Greece. Don't like their online prices since I've seen the real prices in store & the Euro conversion to Dollars is "out of whack." But, they have stores in US; I've worked with store in NY, so you can order and ship. Haven't done it yet, but glad to know it's an option.

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    14. I have gotten some really fun and interesting things at anthropologie. I don't think I would look to them for basics - they do have a lot of fun prints and I've gotten good skirts and dresses there. My office is business casual so I'm always looking for things I can dress up for work and dress down for weekends.

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    15. I've wanted to try Artizia for some pieces, has anyone purchased from them? Uniglo for Heatech knits are great layering pieces and keep me warm; Everlane has nice cashmere and shoes. This season all I've bought from J. Crew were a men's flannel shirt and the black/white patio pants (micro dot). I probably would have purchased the plaid flats if they hadn't sold out so quickly.

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    16. I too am shopping at Nordstrom more. Agree with a lot of you, some pieces at Madewell and Anthropolgie work, even though the main vibe is way too young for me. I used to love Everlane but as Colbolt said, as a petite their sizing has been off, too big and boxy. I am totally loving Eileen Fisher, in PP or XXS, pants, tops, dresses fit perfectly. The fabrics are great, lots of silk, cotton, wool and viscose blends. I shop sale online, Nordstrom and in store. I am always getting sale emails which are great. Thanks for the other recos JCAs until J Crew gets its act together I am looking for new places and names to shop.

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    17. I am also a bit of an eclectic shopper, but mainly shop Madewell, Nordstrom (love finding Vince, DVF, Tory Burch, Eileen Fisher, etc. on super markdown), Sundance, Anthropologie, Neiman Marcus (sale shopper only), Lands' End, & Amazon (great deals & super fast shipping). I prefer natural fibers, but just because a garment contains synthetics doesn't make it a deal breaker for me. I will also occasionally order from Shopbop, Forever 21, TJ Maxx, Target, and Everlane. I also like to visit small boutiques, and consignment shops. My wardrobe used to consist of mainly J.Crew, but over the past several years it has become more of a mix. I try to buy fewer, but better quality items, even if they are a bit more spendy. I've found the investments to be worth it when calculating my CPW over several years.

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    18. @vava. Yes I have purchased many items from Aritzia and am buying more these days because of the continued decline in JCrew quality. I find the silk items to be good quality and worth the price. I also have a few linen pieces which are also well made. Even the polyester pieces, like the drapey Blazers, feel and look nice. just thinking about all the items, I have realized I wear them a lot and always feel good and look good, even though I wouldn't have an entire wardrobe from that retailer.

      I am in Canada and Aritzia is good value for my Canadian dollar these days.

      I also like Club Monaco for their silk items, Anthropologie for unique pieces (can find good quality wool like sweater coats), Eileen Fisher for linen, and Madewell for denim and cotton items.

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    19. THANK YOU EVERYONE! This is so helpful. I have been so bored with shopping and there are some new brands here that I will definitely have to check out.

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    20. For those who prefer garments made of natural fibers, Sundance offers a lot of them. In fact, it is rare to see anything made from polyester or any other man-made fiber in their catalog, or on their website. I know their aesthetic isn't for everyone, but they do offer a lot of beautiful, high quality items, and I'm always able to find lots to love there. They're actually offering 25% off orders of $100+ this weekend, which is one of the best deals they run, so if you've considered purchasing from them before it's a great time to do it. I've shared more info on the promo, as well as my personal picks, and a couple of item reviews on my blog today, for those interested.

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  6. i just want to thank everyone who chimed in about the DRAPEY SIDE-SLIT DRESS IN FLORAL SPLASH (item e5880)

    i just got it yesterday and it is AWESOME! i bought sizes 2 & 4 (4 being my usual dress size) and the 4 is perfect. i can see why some people would want to size down. i didn't notice much difference between the two waist down, but i could feel it in the shoulders for sure. i can get away with it at the length it is, but i'm going to get it hemmed a bit to bring the bottom up just passed my knees instead of mid-leg. at 5'4", it just look proportionally better. i like it so much, in fact, that i'm tempted to get the solid color version too!

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    1. Miss JR - that's great! Hope it works for the wedding and you have a great time.

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  7. No store or mall visit for me...I'll be home playing the waiting game on the orders I placed yesterday. I'm curious to see if they'll expedite since it's getting close to Christmas, or else send them out west at covered wagon speed as usual.

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  8. If you try Zara, watch out for their return policy. I recall that it is pretty short, and they would not make an exception when I was just outside of it. I'm done with Zara because of that. If I could return to a store, I'd probably shop there, but I don't live near one.

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  9. Went in to pick up fair isle leggings in pewter holiday that I put on hold. I saw them in the store a few weeks ago & made a mental note to pick them up when they went on sale. Another JCA mentioned them here & they're really cute. Bought a medium, so fit was tts for me. Leggings were full price w/30% off in store; I let manager know they were on sale online & after verifying she honored the price. Wasn't sure about wearing them out, but they were styled really cute in store with a vest, shirt & beanie. Will likely wear with a cashmere tunic or jc's collection cashmere swing sweater that I picked up this summer. Also, looked at crystal earrings (e8634). They're pretty & surprisingly light. Didn't purchase; still thinking about it. The store manager was a little grumpy, so I didn't want to ask her to price match another online item. Some of her frustration, in addition to slow store traffic, is the fact that her store (West Village in Dallas) is receiving so many online returns. She stated "people shop like crazy online & then return to store because the item(s) look different in person." I thought, yep, that's accurate. May want to fix that JC; one option is to carry more items in store...I'm just saying.

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    1. I have had the same experience with that manager and one of her employees. I dread going in there now and so I will often go to Northpark because they have friendlier employees.

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    2. The employees don't know how to flip a return into a sale. There was a J. Crew mgr who knew how to do it at one of my stores and taught her staff to do it. I never left without buying *some* thing else. Instead of getting discouraged about the return, they need to find a way to be get the customer excited about something else.

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    3. Online returns do not count against the store, so I don't know why the manager would be grumpy to take it. Some of the HUGE returns could be time consuming -- especially if the customer was not organized. Better to do those at an off time.

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    4. Online returns do count against the store if they are shipped from another store @Oneisneverenough

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    5. Ina, do you get a lot of returns shipped from other stores? When I worked there, the big returns were usually direct from the warehouse. Or Lenox.

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    6. @one is never enough. I was actually talking about orders shipped from stores to the customer and then returned:)

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  10. I have zero interest in going. Maybe after the next roll out ?

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  11. I've been waking up early trying to catch the Excursion quilted vest in FLANNEL in an XL as a present for my mom, but no luck. Long shot but if anyone sees this in stores, please let me know! karenturk1@gmail.com. Thank YOU!!

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    1. One popped up this morning online, hoping it ships! Thx everybody!

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  12. I wonder if the weather in the colder parts of the country thus far (very mild) is hurting their sales even further. I bought three coats from J. Crew this season: the teddy bear coat, which is more of a fall coat and great for the mild weather, the collarless wrap coat, which is perfect for work and not super thick or warm, and the long peacoat, which is not thinsulate. But, with this mild weather, I haven't had any chance to wear the peacoat, and I'm wondering if I should keep it. And I live in a very cold part of the country, so I know this mild weather can't last forever. But it still feels excessive to have purchased this many coats when I can't wear them yet/the weather doesn't call for them. I wonder if other shoppers are having the same feelings and it's hurting their sales.

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    1. I was thinking the same thing, Blake! Just when J.Crew needed that holiday miracle with profits. I'm sure the unseasonably mild weather is hurting them.
      My cousin in NYC said she didn't need to wear gloves and scarves, which she usually does this time of year. Weird weather pattern.

      You don't want to keep the coat for when it does get cold? You might regret it. :)

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    2. It can't be helping. In my office the heat has been on since November and with the the temps being exceptional warm for this time of year I have not pulled out one heavy sweater or a heavier coat yet. It is so hot in my office I am still wearing short sleeve or sleeveless. Yes I could wear a coat in the morning as the temp is sometimes in the low 40's but my car is kept in a garage and the walk from my parking lot into the building really makes a heavy cost unnecessary. I did purchase the peacoat in the pretty blue color and the chateau parka in deep forest but they have not been worn yet either. And forget buying heavier weight sweaters. I haven't pulled the ones I have out of storage yet! Not complaining though as I will take 60's in mid December every year over bitter cold.

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    3. I live in the mid-Atlantic region where winter temperatures seem to cycle in and out. When I moved back here in December 2009, my new co-workers were all, "Oh, the winters have been really mild here!" Cue record-breaking snowfall and freezing temperatures that made me so glad I purchased a down coat prior to the move. The "Winter of the Polar Vortex" came along about 3 years later, so I keep that down coat in my closet whether I wear it a lot in a season or not. I've had my balcony door open more than I anticipated this December (as in, more than zero times), but I've also pulled out my Majesty Peacoats (2014 version, yay!) more than once, and I know I'll need my full-length coats at some point. It's hard to get motivated to purchase (or keep) heavy winter wear when the temps are warm, but if your region typically gets cold, it may not be a bad idea to keep them, especially if you really like them and/or got a great deal.

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    4. @JSR, I'm probably going to keep it for later months or next year. Just can't help but think people aren't rushing out to buy many coats with this weather. I also haven't reached for any heavier sweaters. It's been so mild!

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    5. I feel the same re. cashmere sweaters and turtleneck. Usually at this time of the year I have already switched to turtleneck mode but this year I am still wearing shirts without even the need of a cardi (which I am enjoying!) so the heavy sweaters really don't appeal to me. I ordered the classic wool-cashmere turtleneck with the recent promos just because the color is a festive classic red but now I don't even know if it is going to be cold enough to wear it around Xmas so I might just return it.

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    6. Last year at this time we had 2 feet of snow and today it was 60, we've had no winter weather so far and there's none predicted in the 10-day forecast. I haven't had to wear a heavy coat this fall (mainly a sweater coat every once in a while), and although I purchased the pom-pom scarf the week it rolled out, it's still in the bag and I don't know when I'm going to wear it. I feel like Ema, if I don't get to wear it by Christmas it may just go back. Once the January resort stuff rolls out it really changes the feeling of shopping for winter clothes.

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    7. My brother in law works at a major department store (mainly in the southeast) and he says they aren't selling many coats this winter so far. It was 74 degrees today where I live in NC!

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    8. I find it a bit amusing that this year when shearling coats were in every retailer's collection we are going to have the mildest winter in recent years. Good for the sales!

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  13. I went to the flash sale this A.M. in georgetown, DC. They had a computer glitch which meant their registers were down. But they went out and got coffee and pastries for the customers. The two SAs were pretty busy running around but luckily for me the registers came back online so I could complete my sale (they would have rang me up later and shipped everything overnight). I picked up the funnel sweatshirt, the lucite green necklace and a v neck cardigan. But I just noticed that they did not honor the price of an exchange I made (charged me full price vs what I paid for it.....) grrrrrrr do I have to take it back to the same store?? I only did that trek to that store since it was an 8am opening which meant parking would not be a hassle.....grrrrrr

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    1. jam it! I just checked on this item online which is listed 30% off and I would have gotten that 10% extra this morning and they charged me full life!!!! GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR

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    2. FAF - You may want to call CS and see if they can make an adjustment for you. I did this once when a store did not charge me correctly for an item. Not sure if CS will do it, but it's better than braving M Street on a busy Saturday (really, 8am is the only time go into that area . . .).

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    3. FAF, you might even try calling the store. I returned something once and I realized when I was about an hour away that they messed it up. I called them and they were able to fix it over the phone...

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    4. Cool thanks for the advice. I just wrote to CS- with the scanned receipt, requesting at a minimum they honor the price I paid for the jacket (I wonder if this was because I was going from a petite size to regular and those are two different item numbers???) I guess I'll find out soon enough!

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    5. I concur with Lauren, FAF. The retail stores have corrected errors by phone for me on mistakes they made. I read off the cash box no, date and receipt number. I know they can do it. If you can find a slow period at the store when you call, there shouldn't be an issue.

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    6. Agree with others that the store can do it over the phone on the same day. Good luck with it!

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    7. Got it taken care of! Thanks Ladies for the tips!

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  14. Caved and bought the abstract fair isle cardigan this morning. It keeps selling out, so I don't think I'll get a better price than 30% if I keep waiting. At least the reviews are good! I'm a little nervous about pattern (normally I'm a minimalist) but I've seen so many people looking so good in similar fair isle patterns this fall that I decided to risk it. Anyone have this sweater?

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    1. I posted a IRL pic on my IG.

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    2. Aargh it looks so good! Hopefully mine fits, it seems to run huge.

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  15. It looks like there was an update on the website, so if there's something you've been stalking, it might be worth checking for a popback.

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    1. Thanks! I grabbed the bi-stretch full length wool pants on the recommendations of some JCAs. I was able to sweet talk customer service into waiving final sale and they even threw in free shipping. They only came to $60.

      They look like really flattering, really classic pants. The kind of thing you can throw on when you have nothing to wear to work and you'll still look chic. My wardrobe is actually missing basic black pants in a non-ankle length (and even my ankle black ones are older and a bit worse for the wear). I think the side zip / flat front can be really flattering and helps lengthen the leg a lot.

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    2. Got the embellished mock neck sweater in gray - hope it ships and is in good condition!

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  16. How did I miss the Tartan Campbell Blazer on the first go around?! Was this recently uploaded? It's super cute, but not totally sure if I could pull it off. Anyone own this?

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    1. It sold out quickly! I never got a chance to order it but a couple JCAs posted reviews I believe and it's a nice classic with a twist.

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    2. Rynetta has a review on her blog. I think it's the same blazer.
      http://jcrewismyfavstore.blogspot.com/2015/11/j-crew-collection-campbell-blazer-in.html
      Also check her instagram for pics.

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    3. maryeb: You're super sweet, thank you! Here is a direct link to the post J. Crew Collection Campbell Blazer in Tartan HTH!

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  17. OT: Speaking of Nordstrom, they've done a lot of markdowns and price matching online as of late, so there are incredible sales and deals to be found there right now. I've shared a post noting many of the perks of shopping there, as well as my personal picks on a bunch of their recent markdowns in this post on my blog today...stop by if you get the chance. :)

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  18. Myshop provide the best material about clothing. We sale in cheap and best quality. Here are options Large collection of hot dresses, ladies bottom wear, new collection for ladies, Wedding & events, Accessories, Leather products all especially for Ladies.

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  19. OT again: I wore the Sculptured Delight dress from Sundance (which I've reviewed on my blog) to church this morning, and was able to snap a pic before we left. You can see it on me in this post. I also took a pic of The World Journey Bag on me to give an idea of size and fit. That pic is further down in the post. Sorry about the lighting. It's been fairly dark out as of late, so it's difficult to get good photos these days.

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  20. Review of the stripe turtleneck (now $39.99) and Gigi's Gear, with the Factory Vail parka & medallion kitten heels in this post.

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  21. Super curious what the promo will be tomorrow for retail and factory.... Thinking of getting up after midnight to check. ;D

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    1. I checked with CS earlier today - the current promotion runs through December 15th, although I'm willing to be surprised.

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  22. Looks like the website has updated recently...great time to check for popbacks! :)

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