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post #10051 of 20549
Where can I find a tailor in Los Angeles that can correctly do an original hem? or chain-stitch
post #10052 of 20549
I think Denim Doctors LA might have a chainstitch machine
post #10053 of 20549
^ They do.
post #10054 of 20549
does anyone endorse jeans similar to Prps or RRL, in terms of pre-distressed denim? i know it's looked heavily down upon here after reading multiple pages but just wanted some opinions/recommendations on brands that have decent "washes" that's not a COH/7forall/Joes etc brand.

any help (if any) would be appreciated.
post #10055 of 20549
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no. skinny guys should fit skinnier id think

Agreed, those are much too wide for skinny guys. You should size down at least one...
post #10056 of 20549
Fit looks good to me.
post #10057 of 20549
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Originally Posted by non boring View Post
does anyone endorse jeans similar to Prps or RRL, in terms of pre-distressed denim? i know it's looked heavily down upon here after reading multiple pages but just wanted some opinions/recommendations on brands that have decent "washes" that's not a COH/7forall/Joes etc brand.

any help (if any) would be appreciated.

I have some raw denim and I like the idea of wearing in on my own jeans. But it seems like a lot of the people who get good, quick fades have physical jobs or hobbies that allow them to wear out their jeans quickly.

Many of us have jobs where we cannot wear jeans every day for six months Since I can really only use my jeans on the weekends it will take like five years before my jeans are worn like some the pics posted on this site. Since I don't really want to wait that long I am also considering getting some worn/distressed jeans. Unfortunately most of the washes I see out there are over the top and look fake.

I think that getting something that has subtle fades is the way to go. That way the jeans are partially faded for you and you can break them in some more on your own. It's also a good thing to not be wearing the same very common brands everyone else is wearing. As far as recommendations go, I like some of the washes I've seen from Acne.
post #10058 of 20549
i have edwin sen raw when they are ready for a wash how do i wash them?
post #10059 of 20549
First soak in pee overnight (the amonia really helps bring out contrast in fades), then use a spray bottle to mist some soap water on it, and then wear them until they dry
post #10060 of 20549
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Originally Posted by non boring View Post
does anyone endorse jeans similar to Prps or RRL, in terms of pre-distressed denim? i know it's looked heavily down upon here after reading multiple pages but just wanted some opinions/recommendations on brands that have decent "washes" that's not a COH/7forall/Joes etc brand.

any help (if any) would be appreciated.

KMW makes awesome washes in the 1950 and 1980 cuts. See Blue Owl's link above. They're an affiliate.
post #10061 of 20549
thoughts on dopest dressy (ie would look good with a pair of boots or paul smith brogues) gray slim, slightly tapered jeans that i can currently get for under $250?
post #10062 of 20549
There's a thread dedicated to jeans that are non-apc sub-200$. Do a quick search; lots of ideas there.
post #10063 of 20549
maybe the 3sixteen grays
post #10064 of 20549
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post #10065 of 20549
that's lame
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