*25% discount valid on purchases of $100 or more before taxes and shipping are added. 30% discount valid on purchases of $200 or more before taxes and shipping are added. Offers valid on purchases made in J.Crew stores and at jcrew.com from December 9, 2013, 12:01am ET through December 10, 2013, 11:59pm ET. Offers not valid in the 769 Madison Avenue store, Liquor Store, Ludlow Shops, J.Crew Factory stores, jcrewfactory.com or on phone orders. Offers cannot be applied to previous purchases or the purchase of gift cards and cannot be redeemed for cash or combined with any other offers. Offers not valid on babies' merchandise, wedding gowns or select Collection, Ludlow suiting, men's footwear, crewcuts outerwear, leather apparel, Wallace & Barnes or third-party branded merchandise. In-store discounts automatically taken at the register. To redeem online, enter code MERRYMERRY in the promo code box at checkout. Offers valid in the U.S. and Canada only. 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.
Writer, editor, musician, style guru and man-about-town Glenn O'Brien has penned the ultimate in guy-style advice (his monthly magazine column, "The Style Guy," is a natural precursor). As noted in the Los Angeles Times Magazine, "Rather than a list of do's and don'ts, How to Be a Man is part philosophy treatise, part sartorial self-help manual and part call to arms for the Renaissance man. It's a clever collection of essays on topics ranging from grooming ('Man Is a Fur-Bearing Mammal') and accessorizing ('Jewels and the Man') to behavior ('How to Fight Like a Man') and death ('How to Exit'), all in prose that's entertaining and fun to parse." We couldn't agree more—this one's a must-read that should be on every guy's coffee table.