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04-03-2006
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i love them off completely! the black, grey.....the shops are selling them big.

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04-03-2006
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I still prefer the more dense black jeans, never go out of fashion

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04-03-2006
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I love very dark jet black denim. Its different to the usual grey skinny jeans which are everywhere.

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05-03-2006
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I like the skinny black denim as well- but how long do you think this look will be around before it looks dated? And with that in mind, do you think it's worth investing in a "good" pair (I have my eye on the black skinnies by Habitual) or can I be happy with a pair from H&M?

I'm usually a quality over quantity girl, but I also don't want to spend alot on a pair of jeans that I'll hate two months from now...

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05-03-2006
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Quote:
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I like the skinny black denim as well- but how long do you think this look will be around before it looks dated? And with that in mind, do you think it's worth investing in a "good" pair (I have my eye on the black skinnies by Habitual) or can I be happy with a pair from H&M?

I'm usually a quality over quantity girl, but I also don't want to spend alot on a pair of jeans that I'll hate two months from now...
We're not talking about orange jeans or acid wash here; black/dark jeans may vary in popularity from time to time but they're always present at some level. I'd be more afraid about the skinny part which is just a reaction to bootcuts and will eventually fade from the mainstream. If you want your jeans to last long get something like a slim but straight leg instead of a tappered one.

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05-03-2006
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I'm glad I picked up the last pair of the old Sorahiko distressed sulfur-dyed black jeans at 45 RPM

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05-03-2006
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I love black skinny jeans... so much more modern than ordinary blue denim.

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06-03-2006
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Just adding to the chorus. I have one pair of faded black (charcoal grey, really) skinny Nudie jeans and a pair of super black skinny Number Nine jeans. I love them. And they're EVERYWHERE in London. Everything from light grey, to faded black to overdyed.

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06-03-2006
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yeah... i have a pair of levis premium city straights, black overdye, and love em. the black is starting to fade and wear off in places, so its fading to 3 different colors; black in areas with no real wear, blue with some wear, and just a littlewhite coming thru on the thighs

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06-03-2006
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i like black faded skinny jeans...but no thte ones that are soooo faded theyre grey like the ones posted on the previous page. i mean the genuine vintage levis that are supposed to be black but are worn out in some places

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06-03-2006
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Black denim is a classic..... I will alway be a loyal fan of black & denim, so imagine black denim......


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09-03-2006
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I like it but I'm already bored with it... it's the whole Kate Moss thing (at least in London and London influenced cities)... of which I'm getting sick and tired....

I think the specific trend is getting out of hand and has already become a uniform...

if you want to stand out of the crowd, grey skinnies is definetely a no-no... it will do just the opposite... blend you in...

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09-03-2006
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i love black denim. I have this pair of black denim jeans (bootcut i think, more straight though) that are so fabulous. I've been wearing them for a few years though, so now they're fading beyond my comfort zone. it may be Rit time... I also have this amazing black denim jacket that I carry with my everywhere, it has a motorcycle look when it isn't buttoned to the throat. either way its very rock n' roll.

black denim can be very chic, it doesnt have to be trendy.

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melt977, I think it all depends where you live too. In some cities and towns you're right, and it's almost as much as a uniform as white gypsy skirts were last year.... but in other smaller places you can still stand out wearing grey skinnies.
Either way, I love black denim

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09-03-2006
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melt977, I think it all depends where you live too. In some cities and towns you're right, and it's almost as much as a uniform as white gypsy skirts were last year.... but in other smaller places you can still stand out wearing grey skinnies.
Either way, I love black denim
I aknowledge this... you are right... that's why I said tha I am referring to London and cities influenced by London fashion...

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