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Hey all I need a suggestion.

I own a pair of APC PS by find the cut of the legs to be a little too tight for my liking (too much tapering as well). However, the rise is perfect on me. Can anyone suggest a pair with a similarly very low rise but with a wider, straighter leg?
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Anybody know where you can buy Naked & Famous in the US ? (Online purchase)   bigstar%5B1%5D.gif

Barneys, Neiman Marcus, Karma Loop, Need Supply, Tobi, eBay and probably 500 other places google could have told you in a second.
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I agree with this as well. Being selvage does not necessarily make a denim superior. However, all of the best denims out there today do happen to be selvage.
You missed my point. Trousers weren't even made of denim. It's the idea people blindly tick off details that others value with little to no understanding of what they're paying for themselves.
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Im getting tired of my apc petit standard blue jeans so I need a new pair of blue jeans. I am thinking about getting roy black n blues or dior 19 cm whereby I already have some black diors`. any other recommendation?
Rogue Territory RK ISC. Same fabric as Roy b&b but $150 less.
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Originally Posted by Spaghettimatt View Post

Hey all I need a suggestion.
I own a pair of APC PS by find the cut of the legs to be a little too tight for my liking (too much tapering as well). However, the rise is perfect on me. Can anyone suggest a pair with a similarly very low rise but with a wider, straighter leg?
Somet, PBJ.
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Anybody know where you can buy Naked & Famous in the US ? (Online purchase)   bigstar[1].gif


blueowl, tobi, revolve clothing

 

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Even kloop sells N&F...
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blueowl, tobi, revolve clothing

 



Revolve gives a 20% new member discount too. I got Weird Guys for $100 and they have free return shipping.

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blueowl also does a free chainstitch hemming service for pants bought from them

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I bought a pair of Uniqlo S002 (kaihara denim version) the other day. I'm a true 31 waist, but where I wear jeans it's more like 32. Anyway, the 32's felt pretty tight (took a little effort buttoning them up) so I ended up getting a 33. Now I'm second guessing that decision because they feel a little too loose in the thighs and waist after wearing them for a day.

If I went and got the 32's would they end up stretching to fit more comfortably? Does anyone have experience with these?

Thanks
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My main problem with finding a good pair of jeans is that I have a small waist, but larger hips, any suggestions?
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I'd say 501s. Try on a couple washed pairs at your local mall's workwear store.
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You missed my point. Trousers weren't even made of denim. It's the idea people blindly tick off details that others value with little to no understanding of what they're paying for themselves.

Fair enough, I didn't read your post carefully enough.
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My main problem with finding a good pair of jeans is that I have a small waist, but larger hips, any suggestions?

So long as they are within your budget, I would give Eternal a try. They tend to have a lot of room in the hips relative to their waist size.
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Originally Posted by StagJackson View Post

I bought a pair of Uniqlo S002 (kaihara denim version) the other day. I'm a true 31 waist, but where I wear jeans it's more like 32. Anyway, the 32's felt pretty tight (took a little effort buttoning them up) so I ended up getting a 33. Now I'm second guessing that decision because they feel a little too loose in the thighs and waist after wearing them for a day.
If I went and got the 32's would they end up stretching to fit more comfortably? Does anyone have experience with these?
Thanks

All denim stretches, so the 32 should work for you, especially if the 33 stretched out to be too big after a day.
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Does anyone have experience with Thvm Atelier jeans? Some pairs are on sale for 40 bucks so I think it could be worth a shot for some cheap dark skinny denim. Wondering about sizing though.

Nobody here has/had a pair of Thvm Ateliers? confused.gif
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Originally Posted by whodini View Post

You missed my point. Trousers weren't even made of denim. It's the idea people blindly tick off details that others value with little to no understanding of what they're paying for themselves.
Rogue Territory RK ISC. Same fabric as Roy b&b but $150 less.
Somet, PBJ.

Thanks for the advice fabric is great but the cut of Rogue Territory´s seems to be very very carrot leg like frown.gif
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Originally Posted by Jacob_G View Post

Thanks for the advice fabric is great but the cut of Rogue Territory´s seems to be very very carrot leg like frown.gif

Are you judging by measurements or photos? I don't think they're as pronounced as Dior 19cms, but it depends on how you wear them. If you check out the RT thread, you'll see a pic of what I mean.
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Nobody here has/had a pair of Thvm Ateliers? confused.gif

I have two pairs. One tapered and one straight. Both are quite a bit larger in the waist than tagged. I would probably suggest sizing down 2-3 sizes if you don't have large thighs/thick legs.
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