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post #16 of 29
anyone see the cheap monday eiffell tower jeans? they're the ultimate mom-pant for girls. SO, its so nice to find out that I'm not the only one who's spent hours staring at their levi's trying to figure out whats wrong with them...the rise is too high for sure; but its mostly the size and sacing of the pockets-they're too low, too far apart and too big. dammit.
post #17 of 29
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Originally Posted by nomovement
anyone see the cheap monday eiffell tower jeans? they're the ultimate mom-pant for girls. SO, its so nice to find out that I'm not the only one who's spent hours staring at their levi's trying to figure out whats wrong with them...the rise is too high for sure; but its mostly the size and sacing of the pockets-they're too low, too far apart and too big. dammit.


http://www.cheapmonday.com/content/AW06/collAW06.htm



So hey, about that argument about guys wearing womens jeans? Yeah, you can have them. Really. It's fine by me.
post #18 of 29
[quote=nomovement]anyone see the cheap monday eiffell tower jeans? QUOTE]
Wow, the first jeans you buy according to chest size.

NARROW_5730_grey45minstonewash - without equivocation the best jeans on that page.
post #19 of 29
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Originally Posted by whodini
http://www.cheapmonday.com/content/AW06/collAW06.htm



So hey, about that argument about guys wearing womens jeans? Yeah, you can have them. Really. It's fine by me.

The person who designed the jeans on that page needs to be hit by a bus. HARD.
post #20 of 29
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Originally Posted by whodini
WHISKEY TANGO FOXTROT
post #21 of 29
i get it! they're meant to be ugly!
post #22 of 29
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Originally Posted by nomovement
but its mostly the size and sacing of the pockets-they're too low, too far apart and too big. dammit.

I agree, the pockets are too big.

But what's a good jean that isn't cut like a 501? aren't most jeans copies of 501's
post #23 of 29
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Originally Posted by letters
I agree, the pockets are too big.

But what's a good jean that isn't cut like a 501? aren't most jeans copies of 501's
??????????

Paper Denim. Earnest Sewn. Rock and Republic. Nudie. Oni. Dior Homme. The list goes on...
post #24 of 29
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Originally Posted by whodini
I think anything with a long rise looks awkward on a person. If they wear it low, it looks like diapers. If they wear it normal, the look like Fred from I Love Lucy. That may play with dress pants or even khakis but it doesn't work with me and denim. Levi's just happens to standard in that regard. Even their "Low-Rise" jeans look/feel like crap on me.

i need a long rise, as i have a long waist. my levis and canes are both traditional long rise, and both sit on my hip bone and almost crush my balls. low rise doesnt work.
post #25 of 29
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Originally Posted by cheapmutha
i need a long rise, as i have a long waist. my levis and canes are both traditional long rise, and both sit on my hip bone and almost crush my balls. low rise doesnt work.
If this is the reason why, you might want to check in with a doctor: Yeah, I realize people have longer waists than others and honestly from all the pics I've seen of your canes I hardly tell that they have a traditional rise because they seem to fit you perfectly. Just from my personal experience when I see a pair of 11"+ rises, I either think of an old man or some punk kid wearing them low and baggy. If the levis/canes are a bit tight, how are you able to survive your rrl's?
post #26 of 29
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Originally Posted by whodini
If this is the reason why, you might want to check in with a doctor:


Yeah, I realize people have longer waists than others and honestly from all the pics I've seen of your canes I hardly tell that they have a traditional rise because they seem to fit you perfectly. Just from my personal experience when I see a pair of 11"+ rises, I either think of an old man or some punk kid wearing them low and baggy.

If the levis/canes are a bit tight, how are you able to survive your rrl's?

because mine are the "authentic" cut. high rise, levis type cut. id say they are cut like 66 levis... a bit slimmer than my canes but sitll an 11" or more rise.
post #27 of 29
Gotcha.
post #28 of 29
Hi,

I find the LVC'501 1947 to be one of the most flattering jeans I have (I wear it quite tight). The most flattering for me is definately RRDS. Baggy jeans with small leg opening usually look really bad on my body-type.

Chipopo
post #29 of 29
Super low rise on me. Muffin tops=world of no.
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