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09-01-2006
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diesel .. G-star.. lee ..

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14-01-2006
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My selection of jeans is composed of Dior Homme mostly, second comes Dolce & Gabbana (not D&G, where in which the quality is cack for the money you pay IMHO) and Levis. I also own a number of jeans from labels as A.P.C., Evisu Genes, Gucci, YSL and more obscure stuff from Japan.

I really do love the Vintage American Line from Levis, especially the shrink to fit unwashed 501's and the skinny 606 replicas, those of which are favorites in my closet. And for Dolce & Gabbana, I find my favorite denim of theirs come from the F/W 03', S/S 04' and F/W 04' collections.

Insofar as Dior Homme denim goes, I've taken some sort of obessive liking to four of their styles (vintage blue wash circa luster, waxed bleu clair circa strip, waxed black circa luster and raw denim circa whenever; all of which in the 17 cm and 19 cm cuts) so I've actually been buying multiple pairs of the same style jeans (I have two twin pairs in the raw denim and bleu clair waxed as well as three pairs in the vintage blue wash!). Note that I refuse to buy any of the denim that isn't made in Japan... which is unfortunately the trend Dior is moving toward these days.

I'm not really a big fan of the uber-trendy denim out there, that is to say, seven, true religion, rock & republic, chip & pepper, paper denim and whatever else have you... clearly, I am not up to date on which jean is trendy these days = =".

Anyway, that's that, I think I spent way too long rambling about jeans, lol.

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15-01-2006
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^wow really great collection of jeans man!

my favorites that i wear most:
nudie regular ralf dry selvage
levi's vintage 501 xx blue blood
dolce&gabbana, can't remember what collection
some generic one wash diesels, nothing special but they're very comfortable and the cut is very nice: low rise, straight cut and slim

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i love cropped jeans!
levi's


nordstrom.com
do you guys know of some other brands that make good cropped jeans?

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I like my jeans low slung coz i have a long frame and long legs so a high waist will make me look fat and extremely long. I love Next jeans but i also love the fab fit of a pair of replays. wranglers are good for all round workhorse jeans. I love indigo jeans but i also like a pure blue wash. i dont mind fading but not lots of it and not of a different color.i love jeans and black pointed toe shoes. but i also love them with timberlands, cowboy boots, my biker boots and Vans.

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31-01-2006
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Comfortable Jeans
As of now, I've never worn jeans without stretch...
does everyone buy jeans depending on if they have stretch or not?
I found a pair of sass & bide jeans today on sale but they were 100% cotton and I wasn't too sure if they would be comfortable in the long-run. I was also wondering if anyone knows which true religion jeans is not too low-rise...I find all of them to be super low

I think these jeans brand are comfortable:
1. Versace jeans
2. paper denim
3. AG
4. Miss sixty

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31-01-2006
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Quote:
Originally Posted by miumiugirl
As of now, I've never worn jeans without stretch...
does everyone buy jeans depending on if they have stretch or not?
I found a pair of sass & bide jeans today on sale but they were 100% cotton and I wasn't too sure if they would be comfortable in the long-run. I was also wondering if anyone knows which true religion jeans is not too low-rise...I find all of them to be super low

I think these jeans brand are comfortable:
1. Versace jeans
2. paper denim
3. AG
4. Miss sixty
in my experience S&B jeans stretch heaps! Like a whole size. So get the smallest you can squeeze into.

hope that helps

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Sass and Bide jeans are super comfy. But coconut ice is right about the sizes- mine stretched a whole size so if you do buy them, buy the smallest size you can fit into.

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01-02-2006
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I buy my jeans based on fit, wash and comfort, I don't necessarily look for those with stretch only.
Any pair of jeans can be comfortable, so long as you choose the right size and fit for your body

S&B are really comfy, that's true..but mine didn't really stretch that much, though the pair that I had is not the wildly popular frayed misfits.

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05-02-2006
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one of my mango jeans but i look fat in it!

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06-02-2006
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Jeans without stretch annoy me.
You buy the smallest size you can fit into and then they stretch, and then you have to wash it after every single time you wear them so they regain some of their original form.

Maybe I just bought bad jeans?? They were Marcs.... :S

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06-02-2006
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Jeans! Jeans! Jeans!
These jeans are giving me orgasm. I don't like this guy's style but those jeans (on the first set of pictures) are to die for. How can they make his legs look like twigs?

http://www.bryanboy.com/bryanboy_le_..._the_colo.html

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06-02-2006
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Guys wearing skinny leg jeans
What do you think of guys wearing skinny leg jeans? Yay or Nay?
The guy in the link above is wearing skinny leg jeans and he looks OK.
Should guys be wearing them or should they stick to loose/slouch/boot cut? Do you think skinny leg jeans are more of a girl's style than guys?


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06-02-2006
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Those jeans are made in Sweden and they are called Cheap Monday. They are made for and worn by both guys and gals over here. Also, they're stretch, which would explain his thiness, besides him being thin already. it's like 98% cotton and 2%spandex(they opted for the cheaper material instead of elastan(?) to keep prices really low)or something.
In Sweden they sell for about $50.

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06-02-2006
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are those jeans unisex?


i LOVE those jeans!

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