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Thoughts on Burberry Slim Jeans?

Anyone here have any experience with these?
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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post
Thoughts on Burberry Slim Jeans?

Anyone here have any experience with these?

Wondering the same thing. I've seen some lately that look amazing. MII. That's all I know. Reasonably priced at $250-$300.
post #14013 of 20655
does anyone know the leg opening on a shrunken pair of sz28 501 stf?
post #14014 of 20655
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does anyone know the leg opening on a shrunken pair of sz28 501 stf?

Just under 7.5"

That's w/ a warm wash and a run thru the dryer
post #14015 of 20655
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Just under 7.5"

That's w/ a warm wash and a run thru the dryer

thanks for the info. Do you happen to know what size you wear in 511s? That leg opening is the same as my sz30 511s. But I just measured my waist and it is 31inches, so I think I'd have to go with a 29 501.
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What are some high quality distressed jeans in a slim/skinny fit?
post #14018 of 20655
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post
thanks for the info. Do you happen to know what size you wear in 511s? That leg opening is the same as my sz30 511s. But I just measured my waist and it is 31inches, so I think I'd have to go with a 29 501.

I have a pair of TTS 511s, and they are ball crushers.... embarrassingly snug in the ass/thighs.
Not something I pull off well.

I buy one size up waist/ 3 sizes up length in the 501 stfs and hit them up w/ a warm wash and trip thru the dryer and have always had great results.

depends on what you are looking for
post #14019 of 20655
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Looks selvege to me.
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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post
What are some high quality distressed jeans in a slim/skinny fit?

Dior 17cm
post #14021 of 20655
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Looks selvege to me.

nice. for $39 at macy's i think thats a steal.
post #14022 of 20655
Picked up a pair of Epaulet smiths a while back. They fit great everywhere except the waist, where they are just SLIGHTLY too tight. Can I expect them to expand in the waist, or not really?
post #14023 of 20655
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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post
Thoughts on Burberry Slim Jeans?

Anyone here have any experience with these?

I was at the Burberry store in Manhattan yesterday and tried on a bunch of their slim fit jeans - I wasn't that impressed. They look GREAT online, but in the flesh don't feel to be as top quality as you'd get with Dior or a lot of Japanese brands. In fact, one of the Prorsum (Burberry's runway line) was made in china and was a step above Tj Maxx!

They have a standard fit MII jean that's quite nice, though.
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Picked up a pair of Epaulet smiths a while back. They fit great everywhere except the waist, where they are just SLIGHTLY too tight. Can I expect them to expand in the waist, or not really?

are they the kaihara or the older cone denim ones? the cone stuff will stretch, though each batch is a little different. I can't speak for the kaihara but i expect it will stretch.
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are they the kaihara or the older cone denim ones? the cone stuff will stretch, though each batch is a little different. I can't speak for the kaihara but i expect it will stretch.

The cone stuff.

Thanks for the answer!
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