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post #1 of 10
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How are these jeans? I've heard a few good things about it and I'm planning to buy a pair.
post #2 of 10
I've had a few pairs of them. They aren't fancy denim or anything, but in my experience, fairly well put-together jeans.
post #3 of 10
They're fine and sturdy enough, but they're a bit pricey for what you're getting IMHO. I'm not a fan of the washes, but you could certainly do a lot worse.
post #4 of 10
How's the fit on Lucky Jeans?

Are they moreover the classic style (Sits on the waist, high rear rise, not
to big at the hips)?
post #5 of 10
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Originally Posted by PreppyBoy
How's the fit on Lucky Jeans?

Are they moreover the classic style (Sits on the waist, high rear rise, not
to big at the hips)?


I've had a couple pair and they fit me very well. I hate to say that as I don't think they are that popular on this board. The quality wasn't the greatest. I wore them as I would wear other jeans and they did wear out pretty quickly. (When I say wear out, I mean fraying around the button fly and other places)

If you really like them, def. get them but when I go shopping for jeans again, I am going to spend a little more and try some different brands. I am sure I can find the fit in another brand - just a matter of trying them on - and get a little bit better quality.
post #6 of 10
Thanks!

I actually seen a pair of Lucky's on a manicuin in Saks, that fitted
so well, it drew my attention.

Thanks again!
post #7 of 10
they are by no means "fancy" but i have a pair from a few years ago that are great kick around sunday type jeans - and they broke in rather nicely.
post #8 of 10
I tried some on in a Lucky store last weekend. I didn't like them much until I tried on the slim bootcut, which fit ridiculously well. The fabric didn't impress me, and neither did the wash. Gap 1969 does both as well or better at half the price, and easily a quarter or less on sale. But the fit was wonderful. I just can't imagine paying the fairly ridiculous prices.
post #9 of 10
My Lucky's are actually my favorite jeans...

And I got them at Nordstrom Rack for like $40.
post #10 of 10
Those of us on the far side of 40 (who don't have anorexia) love Lucky jeans. I have 3 or 4 pairs.

The great thing for me is they come in a 35" inseam. 34 is usually the most a lot of jeans come in, and those are too short for me.

Luckys have been a life saver.
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