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post #121 of 238
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Should have my Levi 514s tomorrow. Sister-in-law is coming to visit and the outlet is right next to her apartment. When I told her I wanted white jeans I had to use your line, Robert. "You did see "Quantum of Solace," right?" Of course, she still made fun. Who cares, so long as she brings the jeans!

Much of what I purchase carries the Daniel Craig/Bond seal of approval. If he wears a dress in the next one, I'm in trouble.
post #122 of 238
dammit, wrong thread
post #123 of 238
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Originally Posted by Pylon View Post
I guess it's hard to tell from the pictures but they don't look too terribly slim in the leg at all, to me. They look like (to me) any mall stores' typically baggy jeans. Maybe I'll actually go into their store and try on a pair. For the price, it would be a great bargain considering how rarely I would wear white denim.

I did a 29 in the waist, though I am normally a 30 and it made for a better fit, IMO without being too tight in the waist.

Edit: I actually tried them on again and bought them last night. The regular fit was quite slim for me, especially in the thighs. Going to the 29 waist made for a better fit and helped with the rise as well.
post #124 of 238
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I did a 29 in the waist, though I am normally a 30 and it made for a better fit, IMO without being too tight in the waist. For me I don't want anything too slim because it is a fine line we are walking with white jeans.


If you even think of using the g word, I'll hunt you down.
post #125 of 238
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I ended up returning the 501s and pickedu p some off white W+Hs from sho'nuff.
I bought the white W+H from sho'nuff today and it was this post that aroused my interest. I bought the size 30 since it was the smallest available and plan on getting them slimmed down. The hem and thigh measurements are a bit much on the size 30 so I plan on slimming the knee to 7.5" with a 7 inch hem instead of the present 8". Btw, he still have a few more sizes so if y'all are interested Pm him, he's a great guy.
post #126 of 238
No, I hate the way people throw that word around like a slur. I re-read my previous post and was hoping it didn't come across as that, though it may have.

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If you even think of using the g word, I'll hunt you down.
post #127 of 238
diesel of miami on ebay has some thanaz white jeans. perhaps u might like it?
post #128 of 238
Almost apprehensive posting these here as you guys are supposedly harsher than your MC counter parts.

These are right out of the bag, and don't fit too bad IMO for a mall brand and $30. My main concern is the left leg and the amount of denim bunched at the bottom. To me, it is just on the verge of too much, but I am sure you may have differing opinions. (I think the poor angle adds to the effect)



And yes, Robert, I did steal your look....
post #129 of 238
^^
Yeah, it looks like your right leg is a little longer than your left leg. Have your tailor fix that. Otherwise it's a great look if you ask me.
post #130 of 238
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Originally Posted by dinted voice View Post
Almost apprehensive posting these here as you guys are supposedly harsher than your MC counter parts.

These are right out of the bag, and don't fit too bad IMO for a mall brand and $30. My main concern is the left leg and the amount of denim bunched at the bottom. To me, it is just on the verge of too much, but I am sure you may have differing opinions. (I think the poor angle adds to the effect)



And yes, Robert, I did steal your look....

My look is good on you, man.

Whose DBs? Clarks?
post #131 of 238
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My look is good on you, man.

Whose DBs? Clarks?

Actually the J.Crew Mcallister boot. We have a clearance store 5 minutes from my work that has a pretty good selection of current shoes at a pretty deep discount. These were $40. They also have a few chambray shirts from last season....mine is at the tailor but I really want to try it with these jeans.
post #132 of 238
painter jeans! haha!
post #133 of 238
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Originally Posted by johnboy86 View Post
painter jeans! haha!

Great. Another loser newbie. Post reported.
post #134 of 238
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Originally Posted by dinted voice View Post
Actually the J.Crew Mcallister boot. We have a clearance store 5 minutes from my work that has a pretty good selection of current shoes at a pretty deep discount. These were $40. They also have a few chambray shirts from last season....mine is at the tailor but I really want to try it with these jeans.

Nice. I'm hoping once my wife and I move back to civilization in a couple of months, places like J. Crew clearance stores will be closer to us. Yes, we're making the Great Escape from South Carolina. It's been 18 months in hell, but by April we'll be in Portland, Ore.
post #135 of 238
I bought a pair of white 501's back in october for a halloween costume. They have been sitting in my closet since then but after reading through this thread, I'm ready to pull them out and give them a spin.
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