It was 30% off by default plus the code still worked.
Once the web store hits 50% off ill likely try a few other things also.
And also they advise to size down from the other pants to account for stretching. I would agree with that if the measurements were the same as the other styles (standard jeans, etc..).
But the measurements for a given size are already smaller. So I don't get it...
I really, really want the Ervell jeans from before this season with more room in the seat/thighs in Navy. I'm a true 31. If anyone has these and would like to sell them please let me know.
As a reference point, I wear 32 APC PNS and 32 Acne Max Raw which stretch out to 33, my true size.
I've got the FW13 Standard Jeans in 34 and as I mentioned earlier they are really quite baggy in the thighs, taper from the knee into a slim/straight leg. In the waist i'd say they're about an inch too big for me.
I just received the SS14 Standard Jeans in 32 and these feel like a size 30 easily. I managed to get them done up, but I could barely fit my ass/hips/junk into them. They were basically painted on.
I think the SS14 Standard Jeans are 1 size smaller than listed but the FW13 Standard Jeans are TTS. I'm getting the SS14 Standard Jeans in 34 now which I imagine will fit well.
Also good to note, the weight of the SS14 jeans is lighter than the FW13 and they will conform a hell of a lot more. I've worn my FW13 quite a lot now (10 times each) and they're still quite stiff.
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