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What about these?

http://www.nudiejeans.com/shop/thin-finn-flood-used/p/3585

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What about these?
http://www.nudiejeans.com/shop/thin-finn-flood-used/p/3585


I'm looking for something selvedge as well. Appreciate the help though, I'll definitely keep these in mind if I can't find anything selvedge.
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Then these?
http://levisvintageclothing.com/product/1967-505-jeans/


Not the wash I was looking for. Looking for something with a bit less blue and more of a white hue (not bleached though).
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Hey, I know these are balmain jeans but does anyone know which exact 1s they are? https://twitter.com/OfficialASRoma/status/601424219101073408
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Which brands have the option of 30" inside leg? Don't like the pocket stitching on the Nudie Jeans so they are out, I have only found Diesel which I can find.

 

I am after slim and skinny jeans


Edited by Phil T - 5/24/15 at 2:53am
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I'm looking at a pair of Levi 513, they fit me amazing in the waist and top block, and a little snug in the knees when sitting.

 

Do jeans that are 98% cotton / 2% elastine stretch out the way a pair of cotton jeans do over time?
 

They elastine gives them plenty of "stretch" but I mean will it be a "permanent" stretch until I wash them again like 100% cotton jeans?

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I'm looking at a pair of Levi 513, they fit me amazing in the waist and top block, and a little snug in the knees when sitting.

Do jeans that are 98% cotton / 2% elastine stretch out the way a pair of cotton jeans do over time?

 
They elastine gives them plenty of "stretch" but I mean will it be a "permanent" stretch until I wash them again like 100% cotton jeans?

No, they won't permanently stretch out in the same way.
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Any way to avoid raw denim bleeding onto shoes without cuffing the leg opening? 

This is one of the main reasons I've been avoiding raw denim but I love the effect of fades contoured to one's body. 
Edited by J1994 - 5/24/15 at 8:08pm
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Hello all,

 

I am looking for a pair of slim mid rise jeans and I stumbled upon the 0036MWZ from Wrangler. I read that people here generally think that Wrangler fits well and that'd be a plus but how about the color? the 0036MWZ is darker and I hope it doesn't make me look like I am wearing mom jeans. Do you think they look fine? Thank you for your time.

 

-ST

 

*Both pics are supposed to be the same pair of jeans (they offer only one color) but with different lighting.

 

 

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Hi there,

I can't seem to find a consensus on this. I want to buy a pair of Nudie Jeans on Nordstrom, but for some reason they have different waist sizes but all the inseams are 34. My inseam is 30 so I'll have to get them altered, but my bigger issue is if the 34 inseam would mean that the rise is different than a 30 inseam. In other words, for Nudie jeans, does the rise change with the inseam or is the rise the same across all inseam lengths?

Thanks in advance!
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Originally Posted by DasaniLover View Post

Hi there,

I can't seem to find a consensus on this. I want to buy a pair of Nudie Jeans on Nordstrom, but for some reason they have different waist sizes but all the inseams are 34. My inseam is 30 so I'll have to get them altered, but my bigger issue is if the 34 inseam would mean that the rise is different than a 30 inseam. In other words, for Nudie jeans, does the rise change with the inseam or is the rise the same across all inseam lengths?

Thanks in advance!

I believe the rise changes based on the waist measurement/tag size.
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Originally Posted by DasaniLover View Post

Hi there,

I can't seem to find a consensus on this. I want to buy a pair of Nudie Jeans on Nordstrom, but for some reason they have different waist sizes but all the inseams are 34. My inseam is 30 so I'll have to get them altered, but my bigger issue is if the 34 inseam would mean that the rise is different than a 30 inseam. In other words, for Nudie jeans, does the rise change with the inseam or is the rise the same across all inseam lengths?

Thanks in advance!

Inseam length is just that - the length from the crotch to the hem of the pants. Everything else (with the possible exception of leg opening) will be the same regardless of inseam length.

As the previous poster stated, rise will generally scale with waist size. Inseam length won't affect the length of the rise.
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Thanks to both of you for the quick answers!
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Any advice on how to wear loose fit jeans without feeling silly?

 

I got a pair of vintage early 90's Levi's leather tab in a beatiful deep wine color. They're kind of old fashioned, very high waisted, they sit right below my belly, but the rise is very neat and the top block fits very nicely. 

 

Things go bad from knee downwards. They are loose just like the label says, similar to a 550's. They bag at some sides of my leg and the denim is very stiff and heavy and weights a ton, they're definitely for the winter.

 

When i walk i notice how heavy they are and they make a very loud noise as the inseam rubs with each other on every step.

 

They are very classic with a touch of bohemian, but i don't feel confident about taking these outside.

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