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should i size the faux noir ps the same as indigo?
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Originally Posted by hennree View Post

Hey guys!

Just got my first pair of APC's, went for the Petit Standard. I normally wear 30"-31" waist jeans so went for the 29" tagged size.


Do you guys think these fit okay? I can get them buttoned up okay and they're tight (struggle to get hands in pockets) but comfortable.

I was after a fit like these;

http://i.imgur.com/ZlVJImvl.jpg (Synthese)

They look skinnier to me. Do you guys think I should size down one more to achieve that look? or am I ok?

 

These look great. You mind posting the exact flat thigh measurement 1'' below the crotch (measured edge to edge and not seam to seam)?

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I would, but I've sent them back for a 28" waist :x

Just want to see if they're any better. If not, I'm happy with the 29" and will post measurements.
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You're going to be suffocating in the 28's.
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Originally Posted by jeannoob View Post

You're going to be suffocating in the 28's.

i agree. the 29s looked perfect on you. the 28s are probably gonna be too tight in the thighs/top block, judging from your fit pic of the 29s

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I need some help with the sizing problem of petit standard.  I tried on both size 24 & 25 at the local store.

I can button up all the way in size 25 which feels tight enough. However the salesperson said that its too big and gave me a smaller size.

I tried the size 24, but i can't seem to get my ankle through the leg openings. 

Which size should i get? I am a size 26-27 in nudie thin finn.

Any help will be great. Thanks you!

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Originally Posted by max_r View Post

no.


When I washed my new standards they shrunk back to their original size and stretched back out to fit me pretty quickly, only permanent change is the length, and thats a minor change anyway.

Tailoring them is fine, its probably easiest to do it from the selvedge line on the outseam if you dont mind altering the width of the selvedge line. I had some Petit standards a while back that were too tight in the calf, so I let them out about 1/4" from there. You wont ruin the integrity or anything. Infact, if you can sew a straight line and have a sewing machine that can handle denim, you could probably do it yourself no problem.

You were pretty much right on with your predictions. Thanks again. The 30" rescues I bought came in the mail today. The initial fit looked a little baggy, waist was more like a 33" but perfect length. I am a 32" normally. I did a quick delicate cycle wash w cold water and tumble dry ultra delicate. They turned out great. They lost about two inches on the waist that stretched over the course of the night to a perfect 32. You were right about the color. They definitely didn't fade, but lost that dark magic that comes on new apcs. They are a little more blue-jean ish now, which is the only thing I'm bummed about. Major changes on the length and width of the legs though. I would venture to say they lost a full inch on each knee and thigh, and a conservative TWO INCHES on the length. Making them perfect length without the trademark selvedge roll. Which I'm ok with. Overall very satisfied with the purchase, seeing as I spent $70 shipped on a pair of new with tags apcs that they don't make any more. For big thighed guys - apc rescues are for you, though I wouldn't recommend drying if you want to cuff the bottoms. . They fit perfect, snug but with room to move in. Thanks again for the advice @max_r
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Originally Posted by bik2101 View Post

i agree. the 29s looked perfect on you. the 28s are probably gonna be too tight in the thighs/top block, judging from your fit pic of the 29s

 

But if the waist was already comfortable, wouldn't it stretch to point where a belt is necessary?

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Originally Posted by lyxicon View Post

But if the waist was already comfortable, wouldn't it stretch to point where a belt is necessary?

That was my concern. After reading a lot of this thread and seeing how much the waist will stretch, I was worried the 29"s were a bit too easy to get on. They might be fine, but I thought I may as well give the 28" a go...
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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

should i size the faux noir ps the same as indigo?

Yes.
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Originally Posted by lyxicon View Post

 

But if the waist was already comfortable, wouldn't it stretch to point where a belt is necessary?

 

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Originally Posted by hennree View Post


That was my concern. After reading a lot of this thread and seeing how much the waist will stretch, I was worried the 29"s were a bit too easy to get on. They might be fine, but I thought I may as well give the 28" a go...

sure, but the thighs should generally be the first thing to match. i think a size down from the 29s (at least from what i could make out in your fit pics) is going to be too tight. imo, if your dead set on a certain cut of jeans, the thighs should always be the first measurement you look at. 

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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

should i size the faux noir ps the same as indigo?
Yeah. They'll start off a little bit tighter and therefore end up stretching quicker and also a bit more in the top block, but not enough to justify a size change imo.
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thanks for the info
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Where are some cheap places to buy New Standards? I'd like to buy new and am not willing to wait for a sale, unless there's one going on now. Bummer that they've jumped up to $185 on most sites.

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Originally Posted by ThArtOfWardrobe View Post

Where are some cheap places to buy New Standards? I'd like to buy new and am not willing to wait for a sale, unless there's one going on now. Bummer that they've jumped up to $185 on most sites.

tresbien. $175 minus 20% VAT, assuming you're not in europe

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