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post #661 of 695
Think that cut looks really flattering on you. Think the upper thigh and block look like a great fit.
post #662 of 695

Hi,

 

Am new here and I am wondering where in London or Singapore can I purchase Somet jeans? Am interested in their slim jeans 08.

Thanks
 

post #663 of 695
You can order them trough Blue In Green, which is the sole international retailer for Somet. Might be able to get the directly from Somet too though.

No physical shops that stock them, that I know of.

www.blueingreensoho.com / www.somet.co.jp
post #664 of 695
I thought Context delivers worldwide as well, they carry Somet
post #665 of 695
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Originally Posted by mcdecker1 View Post

I thought Context delivers worldwide as well, they carry Somet

They aren't listed on the website anymore.
post #666 of 695
Almost two months in, one hot soak after about 3 weeks of straight wear: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





post #667 of 695
post #668 of 695

I recently purchased a pair of Somet 005 (straight fit black) in tagged size 30 that I am now selling, if anyone would be interested.

 

The quality of the denim is excellent, but I'm not satisfied with the fit of this particular size.

post #669 of 695
Just purchased a size down a few weeks ago...waist is still a little big, but the thighs are about as tight as they can get...I don't plan on washing or soaking these at all...
post #670 of 695
Update:

Pretty much have been wearing the 29's from the previous post every day since Sept/Oct.

No washes, no soaks. Crotch blown out, pockets torn. They are like a second skin.

Do you think a simple reinforced patch by a local tailor will help the crotch blowout, or do these need to see a "denim doctor". Once I get them fixed, I'll give em a nice long hot soak. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)













post #671 of 695
Those need to be repaired. I would wash them before taking them to a tailor though, for obvious reasons.
post #672 of 695
I don't get the appeal of having a circle fade on one pocket.
post #673 of 695
Not sure there's anything to "get"...its where my lip balm stays all winter. puzzled.gif
post #674 of 695

I would just buy new pair if I were you. Honestly, that circle fade doesn't look good at all. Sorry. 

post #675 of 695
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Originally Posted by NewYorkIslander View Post

Not sure there's anything to "get"...its where my lip balm stays all winter. puzzled.gif

right, what I don't "get" is why you would keep it in there knowing it would fade like that and look terrible.
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