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post #1141 of 1149
Sorry, wrong picture posted but it is my pbjs

I'll have one more go but can't promise - my iPad is broken and will probably be replaced on Monday, so I'm trying to do all this on an iPod touch!

Did it!!!
post #1142 of 1149
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Originally Posted by Hirsh View Post

Sorry, wrong picture posted but it is my pbjs

I'll have one more go but can't promise - my iPad is broken and will probably be replaced on Monday, so I'm trying to do all this on an iPod touch!

Did it!!!

Don't worry, I'm not quite as skinny as when that pic wS taken, after grieving from losing my only Aunt to brain cancer.

I'm back to my regular 84 pounds now!😊🐱

And look forward to wearing out my PBJ jeans which are now at the 2 year mark and the fades are great, just the zip broke - why can't they put button flies on girl's jeans???
The jeans are so worn it's not worth replacing them, but I wear my shirt over the fly so it doesn't matter 🐱
post #1143 of 1149

Hi, I just recently purchased some XX-010 in size 36 however my normal size for jeans are usually 33/34 (Nudies, LVC, 3sixteen etc..). When I tried the size 34 in store the waist was very tight so I wasn't sure which size to get however the sales clerk suggested I size up since the waist shrinks 3" because its unsanforized. When checking online with other users, it seems like the consensus is to get true to size because it will eventually stretch to the tag size. Do you think I should return the size 36 and exchange it for 34 or if I should just soak the 36 in really hot water? I don't like to wear my jeans super tight however I do want them to fit snugly. (The waistband on the 36 is barely touching my waist and has about 0.5"-1" slack. It feels like the waist should be tighter than the unwashed fit and if it stretches out any more from this size that would be way too big).

post #1144 of 1149
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Originally Posted by David Park View Post

Hi, I just recently purchased some XX-010 in size 36 however my normal size for jeans are usually 33/34 (Nudies, LVC, 3sixteen etc..). When I tried the size 34 in store the waist was very tight so I wasn't sure which size to get however the sales clerk suggested I size up since the waist shrinks 3" because its unsanforized. When checking online with other users, it seems like the consensus is to get true to size because it will eventually stretch to the tag size. Do you think I should return the size 36 and exchange it for 34 or if I should just soak the 36 in really hot water? I don't like to wear my jeans super tight however I do want them to fit snugly. (The waistband on the 36 is barely touching my waist and has about 0.5"-1" slack. It feels like the waist should be tighter than the unwashed fit and if it stretches out any more from this size that would be way too big).

Too tight jeans are the reason the B/S exists. You're fine with the 36.
post #1145 of 1149
^ ^^Concur w/ EA
post #1146 of 1149

Thanks, I was worried for a second because of all the different opinions. Can't wait to break these in now.

post #1147 of 1149
^just be careful not to nuke the leather patch when hot-soaking.

Initially, I'd keep the patch above water [while scalding hot], then submerge entirely once water cools down to a tepid.
post #1148 of 1149

Too late. The patch is fine though, the water wasn't too hot and I flipped the jeans inside out to avoid the damage. They fit much better now.

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1 wash xx-0012s at 7 months with 1 soak

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