*Offer valid on purchases of full-priced women's apparel in J.Crew stores and at jcrew.com from May 16, 2013, 12:01am ET through May 21, 2013, 11:59pm ET. Offer not valid in the 769 Madison Avenue 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 offer. Offer not valid on CFDA styles, bridal gowns and third-party branded merchandise. Discount on retail purchases applied at register. To redeem online, enter code LOOK20 in the promo code box at checkout. Limit one promotional code per order. Offer 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.
Edith A. Miller is the result of some serious sartorial serendipity; founders Nancy Gibson and Jennifer Murray showed up to a summertime soirée wearing the same adored-but-impossible-to-find stripe tee. Bonded by their love of supersoft knits from little-known Pennsylvania menswear maker Robert P. Miller, they decided to approach the mill with a plan to make women's clothes. One road trip (and a healthy dose of chutzpah) later, a sister line was born. Combining Gibson and Murray's thinking-girl aesthetic with homegrown craftsmanship (the mill has been in the same family for six generations), we sense this might be the beginning of a latter-day American classic.