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Acne Max Cash

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Thanks, now is just the question if a 32 length will fit me since I am 6.1' : /
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How many pairs of raw denim would you say is too much? I have a pair of Dior MIJ 19cm (slim) raw indigo, Dior MIJ 19 cm raw noir, and now Dior MIJ 17cm (skinny) raw indigo. Is that overkill? I love them all. The 19 cm indigo are my go to and have nicely faded after about a year. The raw noirs are fairly new, but I get the sense will never fade. The 17cm are the newest and stack differently than the others.
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dumb question i know

 

but which APC jean is cut like Naked and famous skinny guy?

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Ended up getting some Pure Blue Japan jeans. What is the best way to remove the leaf logo without a seam ripper?
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Damn really?  I love that leaf logo.

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In the past I bought new standard on line, which were perfect in the waist at size 29.
I find, however, the low to mid-rise too restricting in leg movement - when the leg is raised .
Can anyone rec a similar quality/price jean with a freer movement? Maybe a higher rise will be necessary. & doesn't have to be online- I prefer trying on in-store given the choice.

(cross-post fr. APC for more suitability to this thread)
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How many pairs of raw denim would you say is too much? I have a pair of Dior MIJ 19cm (slim) raw indigo, Dior MIJ 19 cm raw noir, and now Dior MIJ 17cm (skinny) raw indigo. Is that overkill? I love them all. The 19 cm indigo are my go to and have nicely faded after about a year. The raw noirs are fairly new, but I get the sense will never fade. The 17cm are the newest and stack differently than the others.

 

I think this is something you can only answer for yourself.  I've got one pair of indigo that were raw and that's it and it's enough (I also have a black pair and a white pair).

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In the past I bought new standard on line, which were perfect in the waist at size 29.
I find, however, the low to mid-rise too restricting in leg movement - when the leg is raised .
Can anyone rec a similar quality/price jean with a freer movement? Maybe a higher rise will be necessary. & doesn't have to be online- I prefer trying on in-store given the choice.
(cross-post fr. APC for more suitability to this thread)

 

I don't have an exact answer for this question but what you're looking for is a higher rear rise, aka more room in the ass.

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Ended up getting some Pure Blue Japan jeans. What is the best way to remove the leaf logo without a seam ripper?

Seam ripper is the only way I've seen it done. Personally love the leaf too, don't know why you'd want to tear it out.
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Originally Posted by a View Post

In the past I bought new standard on line, which were perfect in the waist at size 29.
I find, however, the low to mid-rise too restricting in leg movement - when the leg is raised .
Can anyone rec a similar quality/price jean with a freer movement? Maybe a higher rise will be necessary. & doesn't have to be online- I prefer trying on in-store given the choice.
(cross-post fr. APC for more suitability to this thread)

Levis is going to have a higher rise than the French brands: http://www.contextclothing.com/item.php?id=1996.
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I think the colored leaf does not fit on the black nc´s. Removed it with nail scissors and tweezers. was no fun...
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Just wanna know somewhere I can get some grey jeans, I'm new to the whole fashion game and i'm lookin to step it up.

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Originally Posted by SirGrotius View Post

Levis is going to have a higher rise than the French brands: http://www.contextclothing.com/item.php?id=1996.

thanks. You could be right. The jeans in the link seem higher than I'd want.

I got some perfect fitting Diesels mid-90s which weren't so high-rise but were second skin -like to wear. Admittedly the denim wasn't as raw as the APCs.
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Question regarding presoaking…

I have a pair of APC that are a year old, worn off and on. They are partially broken in but not fully, just some light whiskering. They're sized down 2 but are still pretty tight even after a lot of biking and activity. Would I benefit from soaking them in a tub then wearing them around to stretch them out? I'm not ready for a wash yet, I just want them to loosen up.
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