*Offer valid on purchases made in J.Crew stores and at jcrew.com from December 11, 2013, 12:01am ET through December 24, 2013, 2:59am ET. Offer not valid in the 769 Madison Avenue store, Ludlow Shops, Liquor Store, J.Crew Factory stores, at jcrewfactory.com or on phone orders. Offer cannot be applied to previous purchases or the purchase of gift cards and cannot be redeemed for cash or used in combination with any other offers. Offer not valid on wedding gowns, babies' merchandise, select Collection styles, select leather apparel, select men's footwear, select men's Ludlow suiting, select Wallace & Barnes apparel, select crewcuts outerwear, High Line merchandise or select third-party branded merchandise. In-store discount automatically taken at register. To redeem online, enter code GIFTNOW in the promo code box at checkout. Limit one promo code per order. Offer valid in the U.S. and Canada only. Terms of offer are subject to change.
**Free shipping valid on any purchase made at jcrew.com from December 11, 2013, 12:01am ET through December 12, 2013, 11:59pm ET. Offer not valid in stores, at jcrewfactory.com or on phone orders. Offer cannot be applied to previous purchases and cannot be redeemed for cash. Free shipping automatically applied at checkout. Offer is valid on orders shipping to the U.S. via economy shipping (6 to 8 business days) and to Canada via standard shipping (4 to 7 business days). Return requests must be made in accordance with our return policy. Terms of offer are subject to change.
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PLEASE NOTE: The cost of adding a monogram or critter is $10 and personalized items cannot be exchanged or returned. Please allow two weeks for delivery. All Monogrammed and Personalized critter items ship separately from other ordered items; one item per gift box. For group sales, please call 800 205 3877.
J.Crew offers triple-initial monograms in either a classic block or diamond insignia.
For classic block monograms, in which all letters are the same size, the initials will appear in the following order: first name, middle name, last name.
For diamond insignia monograms, in which the center initial is larger than the rest, the initials will appear in the following order: first name, last name, middle name.
Rather than cutting them from pre-colored fabric, we dye our sun-faded chinos after they've been constructed. The result? A supersoft pair of lightweight pants, saturated in color, that you can (and probably will) wear every day.
Sits below waist.
Slim through hip and thigh, with a narrower leg than our classic fit.
15 1/2" leg opening (based off size 32/32).
Off-seam pockets, back welt pockets.
Named after Red Wing founder Charles Beckman, this boot has all the authenticity and true beauty—plus a dash of polish—that have made Red Wing Shoes (est. 1905) a favorite for over a century. We dyed the stitching to match and gave it some extra hand burnishing for a richer, more handsome finish that's exclusive to us. Handcrafted in the U.S. from the finest S.B. Foot leather, they're definitely built to impress.
For the best fit, we recommend ordering a half size smaller than your usual size.
SB Foot leather upper.
Roughed-out leather interior with lined cap toe.
Signature Vibram® Roccia sole for traction.
Mougin & Piquard might be the greatest watchmaker you've never heard of. (Hint: It's pronounced mooj-awe and peek-are.) Started by the Mougin family in 1852—Piquard joined in the 1920s—the company later shut its doors, and its watches have been collector's items ever since. Now, thanks to watch authority Tourneau®, this once-defunct brand is back just for us. Based on sketches from the archives and details from our designers' own collection of antique watches, this 1920s-inspired style boasts state-of-the-art functions. Each one is hand assembled in Switzerland using Swiss quartz movements (and you won't find them anywhere but here).
Diameter of watch case: 40mm.
Stainless steel watch case.
Swiss quartz movement.
Made in Switzerland.
Simply the most iconic pair of sunglasses ever to shade the sun. Since its launch in 1952, the Ray-Ban Wayfarer has graced the faces of style greats from JFK to Madonna, becoming a cultural phenomenon all its own (for half a century and counting). As you might expect from a legend, the Wayfarer has evolved with the times—this new model sports a trimmed-down profile with a slightly smaller eye shape. (We think it's better than ever.)