That plaid lining, those corduroy cuffs. Let’s take it back to the first half of the '90s when J. Crew was just J. Crew, the catalog resplendent with a New England WASP essence that Arthur Elgort managed to depict as somehow, cozy, full of regular dude gear, and baggy clothes for chicks. Pre-Drexler, of course. Not the Liquor Store or curators of authentic merch, or purveyors of modern-classic-vintage-chic or whatever they are now. New jacks might say "Oh, when J. Crew was wack,“ but all you thirtysomethings remember when those rollneck sweaters and this barn jacket reigned supreme (picture them now with your pegged jeans, Gap bridle leather belt, Doc Martens or Bass loafers. No socks. Ever. Camel Lights and Tiffany key ring you got for graduation with your first set of car keys jangling in the deep pocket–you with me?). Whether in the quad for lacrosse games at any top tier private college, or on the streets of NYC, key pieces from the J. Crew of the 90s played starring roles in any well-equipped wardrobe.