Can anyone recommend a pair of reasonably priced dark grey raw denim? I need something tough enough to wear in my studio but that still looks decent and I have too many black pants. I was gonna go with these unbrandeds but they're sold out and being discontinued
I'd like to spend under $150 and lower would be even better. Should I just go with these grey naked and famous, or are there better options?
(also, how much stretch in the waist can I expect in the n&f? at least .75 inches?)
@fireflygrave N&F is notorious for stretching a lot. don't know about that specific pair. but 12.5 oz isn't particularly tough.
yeah sorry, tough was maybe the wrong word. What I meant is I have to bend down, squat, crouch, etc a lot in the studio and I don't want to do that in pants with weird spiral seams and stuff bc I don't know how they would react to that stress. Usually the only thing the pants will be exposed to is sawdust and sweat (if I'm using paint or varnish I switch to extremely shitty jeans i keep in the shop that already have paint and fiberglass all over them).
So, maybe n&f's stretchiness would be a good thing. Basically I just want something I can wear when I'm not working with chemicals and can walk out onto the street and look ok.
(ps- how stretchy in your experience if you've owned a pair? I don't really want to have to put a ton of breaking in work on them, but I don't want them super baggy. I'd be choosing between a size .75 in smaller than my other pants, and one nearly 2 in. My gut says go with the .75, but if they have 2 in of stretch that would be good to know!)
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