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Citizens of Humanity

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by DGP, Apr 14, 2006.

  1. DGP

    DGP Well-Known Member

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    These any better than 7s? I know what people here think of 7s, and I agree, but I also know that ES is like PDC, but better now, so I wasn't sure if the same was true for Citizens vs. 7s. Also, for those who have tried them, what are the fits like?
     
  2. j

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    I like these:

    [​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    ^she's not that hot
     
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    ^she's not that hot
    Yeah, she's a total dog. But the jeans...
     
  5. Arethusa

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    Sorry, not doing a damn thing for me. The Citizens Fabienne posted a while back before the crash, though, looked damn good on her. Can't speak for the quality (it's better than Seven; in other news, water is wet).
     
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    Citizens', Sevens, Paige, True Religion yada yada yada will look good on most women.

    On men, that's a whole other story.
     
  7. DGP

    DGP Well-Known Member

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    I guess I should edit the thread title to read: "Would you fuck her?" [​IMG]
     
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    I guess I should edit the thread title to read: "Would you fuck her?" [​IMG]
    Sorry about that. At least it's keeping the thread bumped so someone who knows will eventually see it. [​IMG]
     
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    I guess I should edit the thread title to read: "Would you fuck her?" [​IMG]
    The good olde paper bag is fine for me [​IMG]
     
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    The jeans rock, and the girl just needs to do something different w/her hair.

    I assume we are all so beautiful ourselves that we have the right to tell beautiful women, "Be more beautiful!"
     
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    Her hair is fine. She has too much of a belly for a model, though.
     
  12. DGP

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    I forgot to answer my question: yes, though I think I'd leave the lights off and let my hands do the "seeing"
     
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    What the hell, you guys. She's not the most beautiful model I've ever seen, but damn, I'd look twice if she passed me on the street. And then get punched by my fiancee.
     
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    Her hair is fine. She has too much of a belly for a model, though.

    That's a gun.
     
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    I forgot to answer my question: yes, though I think I'd leave the lights off and let my hands do the "seeing"

    id leave the lights on. for the first couple of hours anyway.
     
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    What the hell, you guys. She's not the most beautiful model I've ever seen, but damn, I'd look twice if she passed me on the street. And then get punched by my fiancee.
    Seriously, these comments are fucking ridiculous.
     
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    What the hell, you guys. She's not the most beautiful model I've ever seen, but damn, I'd look twice if she passed me on the street. And then get punched by my fiancee.

    QFT! Can't believe what I'm reading on this thread; when I saw that picture originally I said was thinking "hot damn!" Maybe they use a model that isn't so stickly skinny because COH jeans are supposed to be more of a "normal girl, looks good on everyone" jean. In any case, she's exactly the type I would hit on.
     
  19. DGP

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    Can I take it, by the responses, that there isn't anybody here who thinks these are particularly good jeans for men, or at least any better than the 7s/TR that everyone wears?
     
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    Better than the 7s, but not by much.
     

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