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BNWT Earnest Sewn Hemingway sz 33

Discussion in 'B&S Archive' started by boo, Oct 21, 2006.

  1. boo

    boo Senior member

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    Selling BNWT pair of Earnest Sewn Hemingway jeans in the D-Daze wash. Unworn and non-hemmed. Tag size 33. Measurements are as follows:

    Waist: 17.5" across
    Front Rise: 10.5"
    Hem: 10" across
    Inseam: 34"

    $60 shipped

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  2. EL72

    EL72 Senior member

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    Those look nice but I know virtually nothing about denim so pardon my ignorant questions.

    Size is 33 but the waist is 17.5". Isn't that like a 35" waist?

    What is the retail price on these? Are they distressed with rips, tears...?

    Are they slim fitting, tapered or flared? Cuff is 10" but what is the inseam length? Are they like a boot cut leg straight leg? Thanks
     
  3. boo

    boo Senior member

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    Sorry, forgot to mention that inseam is 34". And yes, true waist measurement is right around 35". Retail price according to the Earnest Sewn website is $195.

    They're definitely on the looser-fitting side, with the slightest boot cut and light distressing.
     

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