Gilded Age jeans

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by RustyRyan, Aug 8, 2007.

  1. RustyRyan

    RustyRyan Senior member

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    Does anyone have and experience or insight on these? They seem to be well made and have a decent cut. I just picked up a pair or the lynn mdoel for $79 on sale from $479.
     


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    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Does anyone have and experience or insight on these? They seem to be well made and have a decent cut. I just picked up a pair or the lynn mdoel for $79 on sale from $479.

    They are really good jeans. Rope dyed, vegetal indigo denim. Top of the line manufacture, and their treatments are very good. I would not pay retail for them, but at $79, they are a steal. Significantly under cost, I would imagine, depending on the treatment.
     


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    Nice pick-up. Gilded Age at retail is overpriced but they do have some quality garments.
     


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    RustyRyan Senior member

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    Thanks for the info, scoopnyc.com has three different Gilded Age models on sale for $79
     


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    Just picked up a pair for myself. Couldn't use the free shipping code I got a little while ago, but still seems like a worthwhile purchase.
     


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    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    Man, who does the styling for models on that site? Every shirt is about a size or two too large, or they'll just choose the absolute worst model for the garment.

    The michael kors houndstooth button down seems like it would be decent at $30 if it wasn't sized up 2 on the model.
     


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    The michael kors houndstooth button down seems like it would be decent at $30 if it wasn't sized up 2 on the model.

    and if it weren't amjack garbage.

    I copped one of the Hickey oxfords for $39 though.
     


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    Does anyone have and experience or insight on these? They seem to be well made and have a decent cut. I just picked up a pair or the lynn mdoel for $79 on sale from $479.

    Do they run true to size?
     


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    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    and if it weren't amjack garbage.

    I copped one of the Hickey oxfords for $39 though.

    I was just curious what it would look like if it fit properly regardless of brand. Then again, it probably doesn't fit properly when sized down. I noticed the hickey stuff and figured someone here would cop. I was thinking of copping one as well, but i wasn't sure about sizing. Copcopcop
     


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