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post #10531 of 12957

Can't tell from height and weight if your chest is a 38 or so you should get a medium.

post #10532 of 12957

I have a pair of size 30 APC PS that while fine I'd like a little more room in the thigh for my next pair, what is the thigh measurement on a new pair of size 29 NS? Context has APC PS as 11, I think 11.5 would be perfect for me.

 

The waist might be an issue though as the waist on my PS is perfect, would I have to size down to the point where my thighs wouldn't fit in NS?

post #10533 of 12957
I'm thinking about getting a pair of size 30 NS instead of my PS 30 to get some more room in the thighs and higher rise. Smart?
If somebody have a 30 NS they want to get rid off or trade for 30 PS, please PM. smile.gif
post #10534 of 12957
Smart indeed but if you like the taper of the PS, then you might need to do some alternations.
post #10535 of 12957
That I do and have understodd that it's needed, thanks for the help though.
post #10536 of 12957
A little confused here after reading the thread, with old NS's they ran true to size in the waist, but with new ones they run 2" + tagged? Also, Context lists them as 1" + tagged. Who's right?
post #10537 of 12957

I asked this in the jeans for beginners thread but it might apply here better

 

Completely aware this is a dumb question, I'm still very new to jeans to arent levi's 

 

Just wondering what APC style jeans is close to Skinny Guy Naked and Famous jeans?

post #10538 of 12957
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Originally Posted by Froosh View Post

A little confused here after reading the thread, with old NS's they ran true to size in the waist, but with new ones they run 2" + tagged? Also, Context lists them as 1" + tagged. Who's right?

They always ran tagged plus 2", there is confusion as to whether the sizing has changed (as indicated by Context, not sure if confirmed by ppl who have ordered from here) or remains the same (as experienced by ppl who have ordered from TBS).
post #10539 of 12957
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Originally Posted by Epstein View Post

I asked this in the jeans for beginners thread but it might apply here better

 

Completely aware this is a dumb question, I'm still very new to jeans to arent levi's 

 

Just wondering what APC style jeans is close to Skinny Guy Naked and Famous jeans?

 

APC Petite Standard.

post #10540 of 12957
Any online shops that stock APC running discount codes at the moment?
post #10541 of 12957
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Originally Posted by dra View Post

Any online shops that stock APC running discount codes at the moment?

i'd like to know as well
post #10542 of 12957
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Originally Posted by itbegins View Post

They always ran tagged plus 2", there is confusion as to whether the sizing has changed (as indicated by Context, not sure if confirmed by ppl who have ordered from here) or remains the same (as experienced by ppl who have ordered from TBS).

Thanks, guess it's safer to just get measurements before ordering. If I want a regular straight fit that isn't too tight and I need a waist that ends up around 34.5" - 35" after all the stretching, should I get something that measures 33" to start or will that be nut crunching?
post #10543 of 12957
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Originally Posted by dra View Post

Any online shops that stock APC running discount codes at the moment?

 

With the 20% off for VAT from Tres Bien Shop, they come down to $157.20 shipped to the US.

post #10544 of 12957

need supply always has a discount code

post #10545 of 12957
In the past I bought new standard on line, which were perfect in the waist at size 29.
I find, however, the low to mid-rise too restricting in leg movement - when a leg is raised .
Can anyone rec a similar quality/price jean with a freer movement?
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