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@Perfunction
Hot soak them in the bathtub for minimal indigo loss and good shrinkage, then hem
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

Christ.
lulz. Oh, the irony of you trying to put me in my place when you were the reason he sent back a pair of jeans to begin with. And then for him to correct you? Just the icing.

Now kindly run along and go play hide-and-go-fuck-yourself. Adults are talking.
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Originally Posted by IDH View Post

I know lots of people in WAYWT wear APC - and I think there must be a good reason for this?
Washed denim will fade, just not as dramatically as raw. You still should save your money and go overdyed if you're looking for something more fade resistant.

There are two reasons why people wear APC: fit and price. They're not particularly great jeans but they get the job done for a lot of people.
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Are they not the same denim that I posted above? The thing is I only have a 28" waist
Are you a size 28 or do your jeans, after worn, measure out to 28" in the waist? There's a big difference. If you're too small for APC, you should go the Jean Shop route. Since the cut is unisex, they have smaller sizes. The bonus is that the jeans are overdyed.
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Originally Posted by kaws N effect View Post

What are some fashionable branded jeans out these aside from A.P.C.? Looking for good quality at relatively affordable price.
Acne is probably the next best option, along with Rag & Bone. Stuff like Raf x Raf, drkshdw, etc. are all pretty crappy for the price.
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Appreciate it guys. Price range? - At most, 200.

By "fashionable", I meant a jean with a good look/quality.

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jesus christ whodini, your help is appreciated but you act like you're playing king of the hill here, calm down

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Originally Posted by kaws N effect View Post

Appreciate it guys. Price range? - At most, 200.
By "fashionable", I meant a jean with a good look/quality.

If you google the aforementioned brands, they all go for under $200. There's also a thread on this: http://www.styleforum.net/t/157881/non-apc-sub-200-raw-selvage-denim-options/0_50
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Originally Posted by anomie View Post

jesus christ whodini, your help is appreciated but you act like you're playing king of the hill here, calm down

You're new here, but if I was seriously like this why would I bother keeping on this thread or contribute/work for this forum? What, to be e-thanked by strangers? Who cares. No, there's a lot of misinformation and questions out there and I'm happy to help from my experiences. That's what makes a community like this great. Why would anyone even bother to register for a forum if the information they'd receive was only second-rate or would essentially amount to spending five seconds on google? So excuse me but I have no qualms with putting someone in their place if they're essentially trolling other members into wasting money or giving general "advice" that would pass as fresh on 4chan. Really, I have no filter when it comes to bullshit like that. You want to be coddled, sign up for Pinterest.

LA Guy, you know, one of the guys who runs this place, likes to say that this forum is a lot like a dive bar: you go in to hang out, shoot the shit, and enjoy the wildlife. I'm part of that last bit. You can go page after page after page, year after year of this thread and you'd see a pattern: me giving out tips with scattered showers of sarcasm and dickery.

Welcome to the forum.
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ALBERTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!
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Originally Posted by whodini View Post


You're new here, but if I was seriously like this why would I bother keeping on this thread or contribute/work for this forum? What, to be e-thanked by strangers? Who cares. No, there's a lot of misinformation and questions out there and I'm happy to help from my experiences. That's what makes a community like this great. Why would anyone even bother to register for a forum if the information they'd receive was only second-rate or would essentially amount to spending five seconds on google? So excuse me but I have no qualms with putting someone in their place if they're essentially trolling other members into wasting money or giving general "advice" that would pass as fresh on 4chan. Really, I have no filter when it comes to bullshit like that. You want to be coddled, sign up for Pinterest.
LA Guy, you know, one of the guys who runs this place, likes to say that this forum is a lot like a dive bar: you go in to hang out, shoot the shit, and enjoy the wildlife. I'm part of that last bit. You can go page after page after page, year after year of this thread and you'd see a pattern: me giving out tips with scattered showers of sarcasm and dickery.
Welcome to the forum.

 

buddy, it's not like i'm afraid or threatened or some shit by your posts... rather, you act like you are only helpful cuz it makes you feel good about yourself. why not be as helpful to people who offer shitty advice as you are to those who are asking for advice? when you lash out and use phrases like " saying things like "go play hide-and-go-fuck-yourself. Adults are talking." it makes you seem like you're tryin wayyyyy too hard or that you're threatened that other people are comin in and giving advice in ~your thread~

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So I have a pair of N&F weird guy indigo's that are size 30. I think 30/31 is the correct size for me, but I have pretty big thighs and these things are skintight. I mean they look like jeggings, even after a few weeks of wear.

 

Is there a pair of APC's or something in the <$200 price range that has a similar taper as the weird guys, but a bit bigger in the rise/thighs. I hear APC's stretch quite a bit. 

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Originally Posted by anomie View Post

jesus christ whodini, your help is appreciated but you act like you're playing king of the hill here, calm down

I wish whodini would post in every thread where people are dumb
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I don't think one person can post to that many threads  .  .  .

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Whodini makes me laugh. Mostly because I enjoy his "fuck off" responses. That being said, do you recommend any denim that fits like the PBJ 011 in a deep indigo? Thank you. I own too many slim straights
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Hey all,

I'm jonesing for a new pair of denim. I have a pair of Skull 5010XX 6X6 (size 31, been washed once, can post pics on request biggrin.gif) But point is I love the fit, but would like a skinner leg. Not skin tight, but a more tapered opening, can anyone suggest some fits?

Thanks!
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Whodini, I appreciate what you do for the thread, but please - calm down.  You're making yourself look insecure. shog[1].gif

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Originally Posted by Mauro View Post

ALBERTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!
Yessir.
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Originally Posted by anomie View Post

buddy, it's not like i'm afraid or threatened or some shit by your posts... it makes you seem like you're tryin wayyyyy too hard or that you're threatened that other people are comin in and giving advice in ~your thread~
Do you think any of that diarrhea you just typed is going to put me in my place or make me reach an "It's a Wonderful Life"-like personal realization?

And by calling this "my thread" you're severely discounting the good help of quite a few others on here that have been repeatedly thanked by many others.

Frankly, I don't know why you're so obsessed with me. Would you kindly fuck off so I can go back to answering questions on this thread?
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