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John Elliott - official affiliate thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JOHN ELLIOTT, Apr 10, 2013.

  1. jl710

    jl710 Senior member

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    Mr P Black compared to Nero
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  2. detroit313

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    I was literally about to ask if anyone could compare these lol. Debating copping Mr. P or waiting for a pair more similar to the neros to drop. How do you like the Mr. P wash in person?
     
  3. Mackp12

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    Mr.P washed black is awesome. Cop for sure
     
  4. Angel of Death

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    yea I want to cop the black one too but I never tried JE jeans....

    i'm size 31 in Dior cut, the 17.5 / 19 cm from the 2011-12 versions of it, those are apparently "outdated" now so what size should I go for? Don't want the skinny look on me, looking for a slim cut type of look.
     
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  5. Angel of Death

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    I was thinking 32/33 for sure but i can only afford one, so i cant order both.
     
  6. srizvi722

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    What the hell are these oversized sweats releasing tomorrow?
     
  7. nsubrmnn

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    Measure rh waist on your jeans then compare it to the measurements on the JE site
     
  8. Angel of Death

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    I don't have the soft measuring tape I can wrap around my waist :(

    my waist isnt the problem, it's my legs and its jacked.
     
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  9. detroit313

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    Most likely will cop after my terrains come in, to get a feel for JE sizing. Now the next decision is Mr. P distressed or plumas.
     
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    Do you have a ruler? Lay your jeans flat and measure the diameter of the thigh of your jeans
     
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    Just saw these on insta... wondering if oversized means less slim than escobars or if it means actually oversized lol.
     
  12. nsubrmnn

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    Very strange, haven't there been a few "oversized" sweats? Athletic sweats, loop wheel, raw edge?
     
  13. detroit313

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    I didn't know the athletic sweats were "oversized". I have a pair in my room from the BF sale, but I haven't even unpackaged them yet lol. As for raw edge, always wanted to cop, but nervous that it won't look like it does on the models and I'll be stuck with the "Aladdin" look.
     
  14. Angel of Death

    Angel of Death Senior member

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    ok. ty
     
  15. jl710

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    The Mr P wash is really nice in person. I love my Neros though so I'm not sure which i like more. The Neros have better creasing imo. Mr P has a really nice subtle wash though. Here's the creasing compared.
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  16. jl710

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    Plumas for sure. I returned Mr P distressed.
     
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  17. Mackp12

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    plumas
     
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    Definitely leaning towards the washed, but it's such a close decision honestly.
     
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    I guess plumas are the popular decision here.
     

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