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ES Hutch - fit.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by mattjames, Aug 19, 2006.

  1. mattjames

    mattjames Senior member

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    My waist measures 35 inches and I favour a fairly slim fit. Can someone familiar with the sizing of these Jeans advise me on what size to buy?

    I remember ordering a pair online ages ago, in 36, and they were far to big in the waist, and felt baggy overall so I was kinda put off them. But looking again at the way they fit the yoox model, I'd really like a pair that would fit me in that way. Should I size down?

    thanks.
     
  2. mattjames

    mattjames Senior member

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    In fact, look at this. These are both the ES Hutch model in Formula 21 wash, as seen at Revolve and Yoox. They look like different jeans. I love the fit and colour of the Yoox version, but not the Revolve version. Buying online is a damned nightmare. Which one is more accurate?

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    All I want is some nice jeans that fit snug in the ass and thighs with a slight boot opening below the knee, and with a ritch, vibrant blue wash.
     
  3. mattjames

    mattjames Senior member

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    BTW I bought my hutches which I returned from Yoox, not knowing at the time that they were the Hutch model, but finding that out when I looked at the inner printing. Does their photo even show the Hutch model?
     
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    weirdnjfan1 Senior member

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    Yeah, those ES in the picture the Hutch. I just brought a pair that looks like the second one. I have a few different pairs of boot cuts in various jeans, I can say that honestly the tighter the fit of jeans, the better they look. In the baggy fit, it doesn't look as good.
     
  5. Babar

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    Hmm.. Though I much prefer how they look at Revolve (now that's a first!) I think you'd get the yoox-look by going one size down. It's a pretty slim cut, but my 33 ES Hutch are *much* more baggy than my 32 Bootcut Olas for instance. If I'd gotten a 32 or 31, they'd probably look like those in the yoox pics.
     
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    You'd definitely want to size down from your true waist in ES. I'd probably recommend a 33. I'm not positive because my waist size hasn't been stable as of late (been shrinking, fortunately), but I recall trying on 34s while my waist was 35 and had a fit similar to that in the Revolve pic.
     
  7. seen

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    Because ES isnt really true to size, they're one size larger than the label.
     
  8. whodini

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    ...proving once again that the revolve model isn't human.

    That's a nice wash on the yoox hutches, though.
     
  9. mattjames

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    That's a nice wash on the yoox hutches, though.
    They are both supposed to be the same wash. The difference in the colour between them is quite striking, IMO. The Revolve Hutch looks like a million other jeans in colour, completely uninspiring, but the Yoox has the kind of blue that I'm finding to be far too rare.
     
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    Yeah, those ES in the picture the Hutch. I just brought a pair that looks like the second one. I have a few different pairs of boot cuts in various jeans, I can say that honestly the tighter the fit of jeans, the better they look. In the baggy fit, it doesn't look as good.


    Would you say your Hutch's match the colour of those in the Yoox photography?


    Thanks guys.
     
  11. BubblyMasquerade

    BubblyMasquerade Senior member

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    Mhmm mine do, Revolve is notorious for bad pictures and even worse models. Also, a smart person would go to www.earnestsewn.com. [​IMG]
     
  12. mattjames

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    Mhmm mine do, Revolve is notorious for bad pictures and even worse models. Also, a smart person would go to www.earnestsewn.com. [​IMG]

    Why? They're considerably more expensive there.
     
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    Why? They're considerably more expensive there.
    Think bubbly was referring to another source for images, but if that's the same wash then I'm Herbert Hoover. Man that's a difference.
     
  14. BubblyMasquerade

    BubblyMasquerade Senior member

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    Think bubbly was referring to another source for images.


    Yep Yep
     
  15. mattjames

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    The F 21 wash looks the same colour, but it has excessive distressing. I've noticed some on ebay of the same kind. The ones I got from Yoox were nothing like that.
     
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    Earnest Sewn is very inconsistent with their washes. I've seen pairs in the same store with distinctly different levels of distressing, and the only difference was the size. It's intentional, so if you don't like it, you probably should be looking at a different brand.
     
  17. bluetox

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    From my experience with earnest sewns the sizing runs pretty inconsistant. I have a hutch 10 size 31, and it fits like a 30. I bought a pair of 30 on ebay it fit like a 32.5 and I sold it on the buying and selling forum.

    I wouln't classify hutch as slim, more like a loose slim, compared to my apc, and pbj 005. My hutch looks closer to the second one but is a bit looser overall below the waist.
     
  18. mattjames

    mattjames Senior member

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    From my experience with earnest sewns the sizing runs pretty inconsistant. I have a hutch 10 size 31, and it fits like a 30. I bought a pair of 30 on ebay it fit like a 32.5 and I sold it on the buying and selling forum.

    I wouln't classify hutch as slim, more like a loose slim, compared to my apc, and pbj 005. My hutch looks closer to the second one but is a bit looser overall below the waist.


    You would agree though that it looks quite slim in the yoox photos?
     
  19. prozach1576

    prozach1576 Senior member

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    I have some ES Jakimos that are 32 but fit like a 33. I wasn't too happy about it, but I got them for $70 from Sierra Trading Post and they didn't have 31s. I mean, they still look great, but yeah you definitely want to size down with ES>
     
  20. hobo

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    how it fits depends on how big your legs are
     

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