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Dior jeans cheaper in UK?

tellure

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I was just checking out the online Dior store and noticed that the Dior jeans that seem to sell for so much here look almost cheap by comparison in the UK. A new pair of black or indigo raw jeans are 160 pounds, or about US$250 at today's exchange rate.

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They only list the 21cm cuts, and not a lot of sizes, but still seems a lot cheaper than eBay. Of course they only ship to the UK, so not very useful for people here in North America.
 

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Originally Posted by tellure
I was just checking out the online Dior store and noticed that the Dior jeans that seem to sell for so much here look almost cheap by comparison in the UK. A new pair of black or indigo raw jeans are 160 pounds, or about US$250 at today's exchange rate.

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They only list the 21cm cuts, and not a lot of sizes, but still seems a lot cheaper than eBay. Of course they only ship to the UK, so not very useful for people here in North America.


the ones at your link are 300 pounds doofus
 

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Originally Posted by DLester
the ones at your link are 300 pounds doofus

hes talking about the raw 21cms which are indeed 160 pounds you moron
 

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Originally Posted by Max Biggavel
hes talking about the raw 21cms which are indeed 160 pounds you moron

The ones at his link are 21cm and are 300 pounds. They must be showing up differently for other people.
 

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the first ones are not raw... And they are most certainly 160 for the raws
 

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Originally Posted by DLester
The ones at his link are 21cm and are 300 pounds. They must be showing up differently for other people.

If you scroll (gasp) there are 21cm blue raws for 160 GBP.
 

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I paid 160 for my black raw 19cm in the UK.
 

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Yeah, you'll have to scroll to see the 160BP pairs. But most people who wouldn't give a shit about scrolling.

Sweet, I shall get my dad to grab a couple pairs when he heads to London then.

Fuji: Could you recommend somewhere my dad could get those Diors from?
 

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Made in Italy vs. Made in Japan ???
 

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Originally Posted by fuji
I paid 160 for my black raw 19cm in the UK.

Was that the MII?

They have two pairs listed as black raw on the site, one is 160 and the other is 185, so I'm guessing the more expensive one is MIJ?
 

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Originally Posted by tellure
I was just checking out the online Dior store and noticed that the Dior jeans that seem to sell for so much here look almost cheap by comparison in the UK. A new pair of black or indigo raw jeans are 160 pounds, or about US$250 at today's exchange rate.

Link

They only list the 21cm cuts, and not a lot of sizes, but still seems a lot cheaper than eBay. Of course they only ship to the UK, so not very useful for people here in North America.


If you go to Jeans -> Slim Cut Jeans in the menu, you get the 19cm.

Originally Posted by DLester
the ones at your link are 300 pounds doofus
 

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PS a lot of dior jeans are that expensive in the us either...

I saw a few pairs at the Dior Boutique in NYC for $275. But if you wanted 17.5cm and/or made in Japan, the prices went up pretty swiftly. They had some really nice grays for $660, the MIJ good shit (raw) was $350-425 I think. The cheaper ones just were not as cool, mine are MIJ 17.5cm and broken twill, they were worth the premium over the cheaper ones... I of course want to buy the most awesome ones I can afford, not the cheapest ones just cause they're cheap...
 

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