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post #196 of 440

Do pre-washed diors stretch much in the waist? If they are pretty tight initially should I size up? 

post #197 of 440

Quick question guys, Do MIJ jeans come in any other inseam length than 38 inches?

post #198 of 440
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Originally Posted by Jamaican12 View Post

Quick question guys, Do MIJ jeans come in any other inseam length than 38 inches?

 

No.  Why would you want that?

post #199 of 440
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Originally Posted by Jamaican12 View Post

Quick question guys, Do MIJ jeans come in any other inseam length than 38 inches?

That's what scissors are for

post #200 of 440
Maybe he just wants to know if someone is lying about their "original unaltered 32-inch inseam"
post #201 of 440
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by 1234 View Post

Do pre-washed diors stretch much in the waist? If they are pretty tight initially should I size up? 

They'll stretch a little. Mine generally move about a half inch. I feel them at the store and over time they become very "comfortable."
post #202 of 440
Anyone know if Dior has any raw denim that's not quite so slim? I love my 21cm's, but after working out regularly for a while they're gettin mighty tight in the thigh.
post #203 of 440
no dior isn't for fatties or hulks
post #204 of 440
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Originally Posted by tellure View Post

Anyone know if Dior has any raw denim that's not quite so slim? I love my 21cm's, but after working out regularly for a while they're gettin mighty tight in the thigh.

Like said above, do not think about Dior if you are overweight or hulking up, they are too expensive and the result will not be good. In stead i would recommend Uniqlo or Levis
post #205 of 440
Thanks for the "recommendation" smile.gif. Not hulking up on squats or anything, just getting fit from running. Weird thing is I seem to remember seeing a relaxed fit of Dior's on their UK website a while back, but that online store is gone now it seems.

Anyone know of any other brands that have a similar high quality lighter weight denim? One of the things I love about my Dior's is that the denim feels pretty strong/dense but it's not too thick; it feels a lot lighter weight than my Imperials or Fullcounts.
Edited by tellure - 7/11/12 at 10:10pm
post #206 of 440
try getting something with polyurethane in the blend. it'll stretch more so it'll feel softer. either that or get something with a lighter weave/less heavy denim. seriously though, hedi era dior isn't for anyone who's not rockstar/asian skinny. you can wear it, but it just won't look good.
post #207 of 440
Luisaviaroma have a pair of 19cm's called "Nostalgy brut denim" - does anyone know if these are raws? I'm sure I have read on here that dior jeans don't fade as much as APC (which I already own) and I'm after a pair of raws with minimal fades
post #208 of 440
brut means raw

you probably want to get the ones made in japan though
post #209 of 440
Thanks, they don't have the MIJ raws in my size (28" waist) do you know any other online suppliers I could look at?
post #210 of 440
if you want to save money, check sufu/here/ebay

i think i saw some brand new raws in 28 on sufu very recently for well under retail

otherwise see if thegrapist still proxies them on sufu - that is where i got mine
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