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new york fashion week f/w 2013 menswear review: j. crew

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Quality casual menswear is hard to find for a price that is respectful to both the company and the customer.  It seems as though women have an easier time shopping because not only do they have more options of what they can wear, they also get a wide array of price points to pick between.  Most guys I know have something, at least one thing that is from J. Crew.  Their f/w 2013 collection keeps that casual-young-professional look that is so iconic of the brand while experimenting with a color pallet that is as beautiful as their options for men’s knit socks.  J Crew has a lot of looks for their release for next season but I think most of the power is in their individual pieces rather than complete catalog looks.  I don’t normally think that, but it is difficult not to when you look over their look book.  The dynamic printed sweaters are amazing and their suits/outerwear are great (for the most part), but I’m admittedly not their pants for next season.

photography (c) of J. Crew

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