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post #31 of 292
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I am hopeful for TC Houston in his 7FAMs.


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I don't know what you are talking about but I may bust out my Sears Roebuck blue jean pants, they are quite comfortable with the everstretch waistband.
post #32 of 292
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Originally Posted by TC (Houston) View Post
I don't know what you are talking about but I may bust out my Sears Roebuck blue jean pants, they are quite comfortable with the everstretch waistband.

Hemmed to show 2" of white socks and paired with all white or better yet, all black walking Reeboks....
post #33 of 292
Come on, surely you have opinions about blue jeans? Which are the best jeans? Well, they're not a terribly interesting topic. If you like them, wear them, otherwise don't. Next topic. Nevertheless, I enjoy wearing them. You can get a great jeans from Costco for less than a small steak (and tap water) at Longhorns. For the cost of sixty plus pairs of Costco jeans will get one a pair of Kiton jeans, for instance. I've have found them both to be great jeans. I usually give my dad two pairs of unwashed--hard--Levi jeans for his birthday which often necessitated going to the horse supply store to find his odd size. Recently, he wanted to update my ignorance to know that Levi's makes jeans that are soften and prewashed, and he would much prefer those jeans.
post #34 of 292
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Originally Posted by tropics View Post
Come on, surely you have opinions about blue jeans? Which are the best jeans?

Well, they're not a terribly interesting topic. If you like them, wear them, otherwise don't. Next topic. Nevertheless, I enjoy wearing them. You can get a great jeans from Costco for less than a small steak (and tap water) at Longhorns. For the cost of sixty plus pairs of Costco jeans will get one a pair of Kiton jeans, for instance. I've have found them both to be great jeans. I usually give my dad two pairs of unwashed--hard--Levi jeans for his birthday which often necessitated going to the horse supply store to find his odd size. Recently, he wanted to update my ignorance to know that Levi's makes jeans that are soften and prewashed, and he would much prefer those jeans.

post #35 of 292
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Originally Posted by TC (Houston) View Post
I don't know what you are talking about but I may bust out my Sears Roebuck blue jean pants, they are quite comfortable with the everstretch waistband.

I would like to see someone try to top this Sears jean pants look:




- B
post #36 of 292
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
I think, although I will let UC answer - that we should spy on the SW&D WAYWRN for "inspiration".
I have already removed ribs, narrowed my Levi's to a 4" cuff opening, and bought some Rick Owens at C21. Its on bitchas.

Don't forget your BMX bike and (paint spattered) Fedora for full Williamsburg hipster points

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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
The phrase that we prefer in MC is, "jean pants."
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Originally Posted by luftvier View Post
Are white Kiton jeans SW&D approved?
Bonus points for aquatic sculpture incusion

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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Nice avatar.
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post #37 of 292
For this challenge, jeans aren't necessary - but it's definitely not a "business casual" look. So whereas you can dress down a tie, you can't dress down slacks. I can't believe I just typed "slacks."
post #38 of 292
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Originally Posted by FStyles View Post


wisdom from the master

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post #39 of 292
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I would like to see someone try to top this Sears jean pants look: - B
The toughness of new Toughskins (and the JC Penney's counterparts) was the reason I ditched jeans entirely during a good part of the 80's and substituted them for neon colored OP and Hang Ten cotton pants. Thanks, mom.
post #40 of 292
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Originally Posted by UrbanComposition View Post
For this challenge, jeans aren't necessary - but it's definitely not a "business casual" look. So whereas you can dress down a tie, you can't dress down slacks.

I can't believe I just typed "slacks."

So how is this different from the other challenge from a few weeks again?
post #41 of 292
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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
So how is this different from the other challenge from a few weeks again?
Well, given that this thread has now been linked in random fashion thoughts in SW&D you might get some more interesting entries.
post #42 of 292
somebody should get a CCP leather and destroy this competition. in fact the winning outfit can be put together with one stop at atelier
post #43 of 292
Hmm, Atelier SAs vs. MCers, I wonder whose head would explode first
post #44 of 292
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Originally Posted by shahanshah View Post
somebody should get a CCP leather and destroy this competition. in fact the winning outfit can be put together with one stop at atelier

You have no idea of the voting tendencies of MCers. They consider voting for best security guard outfit as voting for the person who looks most like a security guard. CCP leather and all - you might find the crickets circling your post ... lol.

Should be fun though.
post #45 of 292
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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
So how is this different from the other challenge from a few weeks again?
It's hard to say. I can't say, "Don't wear wingtips," because some look awesome with jeans, and others look silly. Same with button-up shirts, sport coats, etc...and I can't say, "Just wear jeans & sneakers," otherwise someone'll bust out with this outfit: Just don't wear a suit, and don't wear slacks. Dammit, I typed slacks again.
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