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post #12271 of 13265
Wear a belt from the start. Take care of most of the waist stretching.
post #12272 of 13265

Anyone have experience with the rich blue stretch skinny guys? Any fade pictures? Want a second pair of N+F (first was WG LHT).  I love the vintagecast but the rich blues are online for $90!

post #12273 of 13265
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Originally Posted by crosswound View Post

Wear a belt from the start. Take care of most of the waist stretching.

I'm usually wearing a belt, but I don't notice a big difference. Thanks for the advice though

post #12274 of 13265
didnt know the forrest greens came in non selvage. ordered a pair from featurelv and they arent selvage. now i gotta return. about to grab some indigo/indigo. anyone have pics of those worn?
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one quick question. how come some raw deim is soft and others are super stiff? my greencast were super soft. will they fade and form just like the stiff ones? im guessing no
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New shipment from N&F arrived! Chinos will be up soon, until then here is the Jade selvedge in skinny guy!

Naked & Famous "Skinny Guy" 13oz Jade Selvedge Denim

Last month we received the Weird Guy Jade Selvedge as part of the Naked & Famous fall 2013 lineup....Now we are finally excited to introduce the Skinny Guy version of this same fabric! The Naked & Famous Jade fabric is one of our favorites of the current fall 2013 collection. This fabric has such a beautiful shade of indigo achieved by using natural brown cotton for the warp yarns that are dyed with a blue-green indigo.

Naked & Famous "Skinny Guy" Jade 13oz selvedge denim in indigo. 100% cotton. Made in Canada. Sizes 28-34, 36. $148. For more information on the N&F skinny guy jade selvedge, click here.

This uniquely colored denim uses a 13oz selvedge made with natural brown cotton warp that is dyed in a blue-green to achieve the unique "Jade" color.

Custom engraved hardware with Naked & Famous logos

1/4" thick American Bison leather patch!
Edited by Jay-D - 7/30/13 at 2:41pm
post #12277 of 13265
Here are the new colors for Naked and Famous' chino! In person they're all pretty amazing, we're glad that we can offer the new options.

Naked and Famous' new shipment has arrived here in Seattle, and seeing these new chino colors really brings out the character in them! Every one of the new colors looks incredible, and we're excited to be offering them. The Naked and Famous chino has been one of our most popular items. They make great year-round staples, with the new colors only adding to the number of cool options to choose from. With this shipment we're introducing Rust, Navy, Black, and Petrol in Weird Guy, along with Rust in Skinny Guy.

Naked & Famous "Skinny Guy" 12oz Selvedge Chino in Rust. 100% cotton. Fabric made in Japan. Assembled in Canada. Sizes 28-34, 36. $150. For more information on the Skinny Guy Rust Chino, click here.

Made with a rust 12oz Japanese red line selvedge twill chino fabric.

Naked & Famous "Weird Guy" 12oz Selvedge Chino in Petrol Blue. 100% cotton. Made in Canada. Sizes 28-34, 36. $150. For more information on the Weird Guy Petrol Chino click here.

Made with a patrol 12oz Japanese selvedge twill chino fabric.

Naked & Famous "Weird Guy" 12oz Selvedge Chino in Black. 100% cotton. Made in Canada. Sizes 28-34, 36. $150. For more information on the Weird Guy Black Chino click here.

Made with a black 12oz Japanese selvedge twill chino fabric.

The black version of the chino has custom rivets with a Canada Maple leaf engraved.

Naked & Famous "Weird Guy" 12oz Selvedge Chino in Navy. 100% cotton. Made in Canada. Sizes 28-34, 36. $150. For more information on the Weird Guy Navy Chino click here.

Made with a navy 12oz Japanese selvedge twill chino fabric.

Naked & Famous "Weird Guy" 12oz Selvedge Chino in Rust. 100% cotton. Made in Canada. Sizes 28-34, 36. $150. For more information on the Weird Guy Rust Chino click here.
post #12278 of 13265

Hey guys, 

 

So here is a fit pic of me in a size 30. I want a skinner silhouette, I feel if these stretch out they will to big. However these fit good, but I would much rather size down if I could. Would you guys recommend a size 29?

 

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upper thigh area looks pretty tight as it is but you could go slimmer in the lower leg. i think if you went slimmer in the top it be close to the painted on territory. pretty sure if you hemmed off like 3-4" it would clean up the lower leg look and make it look a lot slimmer.

all those stacks is making it look not as clean but i'd measure the hem opening to wear you want to hem to make sure the hem opening doesn't get too big compared to the original.

my advice would be not to go slimmer in the lower leg and just get it hemmed i think if you went slimmer it would just make your thighs look bigger than they are which is usually a bad look for a man.
i know women get away with that terrible look probably because they all been doing it for years.
post #12280 of 13265
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Originally Posted by crosswound View Post

upper thigh area looks pretty tight as it is but you could go slimmer in the lower leg. i think if you went slimmer in the top it be close to the painted on territory. pretty sure if you hemmed off like 3-4" it would clean up the lower leg look and make it look a lot slimmer.

all those stacks is making it look not as clean but i'd measure the hem opening to wear you want to hem to make sure the hem opening doesn't get too big compared to the original.

my advice would be not to go slimmer in the lower leg and just get it hemmed i think if you went slimmer it would just make your thighs look bigger than they are which is usually a bad look for a man.
i know women get away with that terrible look probably because they all been doing it for years.

Thanks for the advice!

 

Yeah the thigh area is tight, but I know I could probably squeeze it down another size. I'm only worried about what will happen after it stretches. I feel the thigh area would look to loose if I stuck with the 30's. But then again it all depends on what I do while i'm wearing the jeans. Still a bit conflicted between sizes. 

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This may have been addressed previously but I bought the weird guy dirty fades when they 1st came out.  They have a totally different selvedge id than the pair i see online .  Mine have the common white selvedge with a thin red line down the middle and the pair I see on online has a solid red selvedge.  I wasnt sure if there was a change to them or if I was sent the wrong pair in the 1st place,  facepalm.gif


Edited by Dirty Denim - 8/1/13 at 11:25am
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Thigh area wont be loose if it was tight to begin with (like it appears in your pic). The thigh area wont stretch as much as the waist. 

post #12283 of 13265

Hi, im wearing a APC Petit Standart 32 right now and a 34 in most of my other Jeans. Im thinking about buying the Weird Guy in Grey Selvedge, which size would you recommend (looking for a tight fit)?

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What's the sizing like for the skinny-guys with 2% elastane and how much do they stretch over time compared to the regular skinny-guys?

I'm thinking about getting a pair of these light blue ones in particular.

 

Should I just follow the regular sizing guidelines and charts for normal skinny-guys?

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I just ordered a few sizes of weird guy indigo jeans from Nordstrom and I'm having some trouble deciding which size to keep.  This is the pair I bought:

 

Link to Nordstrom

 

I have a big butt, big thighs, and decent sized calves.  This isn't from working out, just runs in my family and that's why I thought the WG would be a good choice.

 

First I tried on the 36's and they felt pretty comfortable everywhere, except the waist was really big.  Next I tried on the 34's and they are pretty tight around the thighs and hips, but my waist has plenty of room.  Buttoning them up was a little tough, but that seemed to be from my hips and not my waist since the top button was easier than some of the lower ones.

 

They seem to be stretched somewhat tight around the buttons and crotch so I don't want to stress them too much, but I'm not sure if I can deal with the huge waist on the 36's.  Also, they seem to be very "low rise" and even if I wear a tight belt, whenever I crouch down (which is a lot since I have an 11 month old) there's a lot of butt crack showing if I don't have a long shirt on. The pockets are very tight, but that seems to be common with N&F.

 

Here are pics of the 34's...

 

 

Here are pics of the 36's...

 

 

 

Would you guys keep the 34's and hope they stretch a little, or would you keep the 36's and wear a belt all the time? Thanks!


Edited by joshmv - 8/2/13 at 12:00am
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