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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by stylegurrl, Apr 28, 2004.
People are crazy...
...I don't wear jeans, anyway
getting the jeans of a moment is an addiction i share with so many...it's glad to know i'm not alone.
ugh... have to sign up to look at the article. hate these things
Hahhaha.. same here.
oh god, i feel ya!
i think i wear 5 pairs regularly and then there are like 30 some odd pairs that make it into the rotation. i've put some on ebay on gotten some very good money for them. its amazing what people will pay for used clothing on there.
oh god, i feel ya!
i think i wear 5 pairs regularly and then there are like 30 some odd pairs that make it into the rotation. i've put some on ebay on gotten some very good money for them. its amazing what people will pay for used clothing on there. [/b][/quote]
It can get a little ridiculous sometimes.
You can get most of those brands at Loehmann's or similar retailers for 50 bucks (same price as Gap jeans). Only silly people pay full price.
with ebay, i always want to ask those high bidders..."why do you bid the price above retail? can't you just buy them at neimanmarcus.com if you are willing to pay that price?"
Ahh...truer words have never been spoken.
It really is hard to find a good pair of jeans for under 70 bucks at least. I would say above $100 is where all the good ones are. On that note....
Does anyone know where I can get a pair of straight leg, slim fit, low rise jeans with nice washes?-for under $100?
ugh i need to sign up too.
anyways, some jeans are actually worth the full price you know? i mean, take D&G. their jeans rock, and they are of good quality, even tho they are sky high price tags!!
Here you go. I was going to post that article yesterday anyway, but I decided that any article on overpriced jeans is two years too late. Guy Trebay can do waaay better than that.
Thanks for the article. I have been toying with the idea of expanding the denim gallery in my store so this is very interesting. I have always been a denim addict my weakness is for worn in Levis 501s and the 2 year old Diesel jeans (that have been patched and restitched numerous times) that I wear almost every day, literally.
Where are you located? I can't believe you haven't jumped on the bandwagon yet.
they just don't make diesels like they used to....they've phased out so many favorites of mine
Where are you located? I can't believe you haven't jumped on the bandwagon yet. [/b][/quote]
It's not that we haven't jumped on the bandwagon, I'm just considering stocking A LOT more brands than we currently have. I'm also considering breaking away from being employed by somebody and employing myself with my own store. Denim is key for me, but hasn't been for my employers until they started to see the results. I'm getting tired of making other people (that are clueless) money and working my a** off for a salary.
they just don't make diesels like they used to....they've phased out so many favorites of mine [/b][/quote]
Tell me about it. I would love to be able to get another pair of Fankers. These are so patched and worn they look like the Paper Denim & Cloth "ripper" jean. Will need a new pair soon.
bluefly.com usually has some good discounted designer jeans in the $80-$100 range.
Lucky Brand jeans cost about that new. They have some good fits and washes.
I lvoe deisgner jeans , i love jeans, their an osbesssion. I'm nto so intot the hot brands, btu I do have favorites.