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Critique my dior 19cm mij fit

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by remn, Dec 6, 2008.

  1. Doessing92

    Doessing92 New Member

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  2. remn

    remn Senior member

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    yeah I definitel would wear them pulled down. Those latest photos were taken with the waist at my true waist because people were having a hard time seeing that they were too tight in the first pics I posted
     


  3. chronoaug

    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    Not everyone needs to wear diors. They don't look very good on you. You're better off finding a jean that fits you better. The thighs are too tight, the crotch looks weird, the stacking looks poor, a waste of $300 if you just keep them because they're diors. Definitely need to wear them a bit lower as diors aren't meant to be hiked up around your true waist. Return them if you can or sell them to someone who can make them look good.
     


  4. why

    why Senior member

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    the top block is smaller for smaller sizes obviously.

    No, the width is. The length is nearly identical and the length is the problem.
     


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    username79 Senior member

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    What does homosexuality have to do with tight jeans?

    Just seems very homoerotic to wear jeans that hug your ass so much that they show the definition of your ass cheeks. Why would any straight male want to do that?

    Nothing against gays or anything, but I am a little confused why so many guys want to walk around looking like their wearing their little sisters' clothes. Is being purposely effeminate all the rage now?
     


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    why Senior member

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    Just seems very homoerotic to wear jeans that hug your ass so much that they show the definition of your ass cheeks. Why would any straight male want to do that?
    Sorry, let me rephrase my question: what does sexuality have to do with tight jeans? The jeans look bad. That fact is entirely independent of sexuality. I think if the purpose was to attract homosexual males remn would be best served by wearing squarecut trunks or assless chaps and hitting up a bear bar. But since he's trying to dress himself in a way to attract positive attention independent and void of sexuality, he needs to buy a different pair of jeans. Diors don't work.
     


  7. zubin

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    size down two more....obviously these jeans are NOT tight enough.

    Proper fit= amputation of appendages

    But in all honesty REMN, do YOU think these jeans look good on you[​IMG]
     


  8. remn

    remn Senior member

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    size down two more....obviously these jeans are NOT tight enough.

    Proper fit= amputation of appendages

    But in all honesty REMN, do YOU think these jeans look good on you[​IMG]


    ZUBIN, have YOU read the whole thread?

    Here's some cliffs for you:

    1. I posted photos, noting that they were tight as fuck. People thought the jeans were too big.
    2. I reposted photos, to show that they were tight as fuck. People thought the jeans were too small.
    3. Conclusion: I satisfied my curiosity for this cut, but it's not for me.

    edit: [​IMG]
     


  9. I<3Bacon

    I<3Bacon Senior member

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    ZUBIN, have YOU read the whole thread?

    zubin's sarcasm was wasted on you.

    Anyway, jumped on the cheap MIJ bandwagon. First time I felt like I was too short and fat for a pair of jeans (5'11"/142lb):

    [​IMG]
     


  10. chronoaug

    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    If those are a size 30 (maybe even 31), then yes you are too fat and should mail them to me instead. Otherwise, those look good on you, bacon.
     


  11. I<3Bacon

    I<3Bacon Senior member

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    If those are a size 30 (maybe even 31), then yes you are too fat and should mail them to me instead. Otherwise, those look good on you, bacon.

    lol, thanks chrono. They're sz 30.
     


  12. chronoaug

    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    They look like pure shit in that case [​IMG] But if you're a true 31 waist and your 30s look like that, maybe i would need a size 31. Hmm....
     


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    remn Senior member

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    But in all honesty REMN, do YOU think these jeans look good on you[​IMG]
    nope i just meant his last sentence.
    zubin's sarcasm was wasted on you. Anyway, jumped on the cheap MIJ bandwagon. First time I felt like I was too short and fat for a pair of jeans (5'11"/142lb): [​IMG]
    and nice fit.
     


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    remn i think it looks good.
     


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    [​IMG]
     


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