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distressed-look wool jeans

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by modatos, Dec 8, 2012.

  1. modatos

    modatos Well-Known Member

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    hello!

    I am looking for a distressed-look wool jeans

    not with holes and stuff, only colored like been distressed

    is there any?

    thanks!
     
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    does this guy mean wool pants?
    because if they are wool they wouldnt be jeans would they.
     
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  6. modatos

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    this guy means wool pants that look like aged demin

    move on where?
     
  7. modatos

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    I want something like this in wool, mixed wool, or at least wool lined:

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    wool behaves very differently than cotton in terms of dying and texture so you won't get the same distressed denim effect on wool. and even if you do they will look very different in texture and creasing.

    some companies like boglioli do have washed wool/cashmere but they don't look anywehre close to distressed denim.

    if the purpose is to obtain warmth, why not just get some heavier weight denims?

    or go invent your own process and make $$$?
     
  13. modatos

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    i am very interested in that
    but for some reason, i cant start alone
    it's not that i dont want to work on it, put some other to work on it, or something
    it seems i want someone to start with and make it happen
    i had designing ideas and always wanted to implement them
    i am sure implementation is nothing hard to do it
    but i cant find anyone to make it with
    if anyone is interested too, maybe we can do it together, feel free to contact me
     
  14. jeff13007

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    What would your target market be? What is the appeal for using wool over cotton in jeans? No offense but i just don't see the point
     
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    denim is very cold fabric and very often hard
     
  16. modatos

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    denim is very cold fabric and very often hard
     
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    I kind of get it. I mean I like the idea of, say, slim washable tweed jeans. I am pretty sure Naked & Famous made something like this a while ago.

    I wouldn't want them to look like distressed denim.
     
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