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post #1 of 24
Thread Starter 
I have never owned a pair of premium denim jeans, i dont really understand what that means or whats the difference between old navy's and nudies.

Well i have been looking alot for a good deal on jeans and i think i found a good one.

can someone please reply with what they think about them and which ones are the best looking?

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_nr_p_...20Denim&page=1
post #2 of 24
Stay away from Paper. The brand's been bought out and heavily diluted, both before and after the takeover. Quality's generally pretty unimpressive, at this point.
post #3 of 24
Its a shame, they made a nice pair of jeans 3-4 years ago, but sadly quality has really declined.
post #4 of 24
Yeah, some of the PDCs I got in 2002-2003 are among my favorite jeans but the current offerings are unimpressive, go for ES instead if you want somehting with a similar look.
post #5 of 24
My first pair of PDCs were purchased from Marshalls for $22 in about 2003, so I figure the pair was made around 2002. They have held up great, and have probably been washed 20-25 times or so with only minimal fading. The model is ICN i believe, and the wash is 'Clone' which has a cool slight graycast effect to it.
post #6 of 24
if you like the wash, at that price it's still a pretty good buy. Haven't been too impressed with PDC jeans recently, however I would deal hunt to see if you can get deals on something else. Try da'mage jeans/earnest sewn, you can find these at times at nordstrom rack.
post #7 of 24
They're a good jean for the price, but the quality has gone down over the years. Try and hit up a Nordstrom's Rack, Neiman Marcus Last call or Saks Off 5th for deal on them and to look at some ES.
post #8 of 24
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Originally Posted by VersaceMan
My first pair of PDCs were purchased from Marshalls for $22 in about 2003, so I figure the pair was made around 2002. They have held up great, and have probably been washed 20-25 times or so with only minimal fading. The model is ICN i believe, and the wash is 'Clone' which has a cool slight graycast effect to it.

Do you think the ICN can still be worn without looking too dated? The bootcut is fairly pronounced.
post #9 of 24
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Originally Posted by dusty
Do you think the ICN can still be worn without looking too dated? The bootcut is fairly pronounced.
sure... with a bit of help from a sewing machine.
post #10 of 24
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Originally Posted by dusty
Do you think the ICN can still be worn without looking too dated? The bootcut is fairly pronounced.

Right - I haven't been wearing them as much lately, but broke them out the other day. They don't fit very slim on me - they are probably one size too large, but since they are looser, the bootcut doesn't look too bad.

I have a few pairs of bootcut PDCs that might get slimmed up w/ a sewing machine. However, I have muscular thighs and I think the bootcut sihlouette looks more balanced on me than straight or tapered leg denim.
post #11 of 24
Thread Starter 
what length are these? I am planning on getting two pairs for 80 bucks with another coupon. I am 5"7
post #12 of 24
Thread Starter 
any help?
post #13 of 24
My PDC jeans from the early days are still my favorites. And I couldn't care less what the current style is, bootcut jeans look 1000% better on me than skinny straight legs.
post #14 of 24
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My PDC jeans from the early days are still my favorites. And I could care less what the current style is, bootcut jeans look 1000% better on me than skinny straight legs.

Word.
post #15 of 24
Thread Starter 
yea yea, i get that but im only 5'7 in high school, will these be too long on me? pls i need some help
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