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This is a little OT: For a while I've been wanting a lipstick red jacket to complement my red studded Kiki flats from last year. Hurrah, when on eBay I found a old J.Crew blazer in red boiled wool with a traditional cut. It's unlined, but the seam allowances are bound with red and yellow striped tie silk.ReplyDelete
So, I knew it was old . . . .how old was it? It was made in the USA, that's how old!
Wow! I can't remember ever seeing made in USA on their stuff!Delete
That older boiled wool is so great, wears like iron and lasts forever.
You should check out the hashtagReplyDelete
#jaijcrew on Instagram to see dozens of photos from the J Crew event held in Paris today announcing the arrival of their stores there!!
Sorry. The hashtag is:ReplyDelete
Which means I love crew!
#jaicrew on Instagram here
Thanks for sharing the link. I wonder if the clothes will be different than those offered in the States or maybe just styled differently? The colors certainly look Springy.Delete
The hashtag is one of those clever little word plays: jaicrew = j'ai crew (I have crew) -- pronounced J.Crew!ReplyDelete
(Coming soon to a t-shirt near you)