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Looking for similar fitting jeans. Help a fashion noob out

bigsink

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Alright guys i took the time to measure my two current fav fitting jeans. Something not too big and slightly tapered at the knee instead of straight leg. What type of fit would this be considered? loose?

the measurements are
sz 36
waist 18"-19"
Rise 12"-13"
insteam - 33-34"
length (from top to bottom)- 45"
width of leg at the half way point 11"
width of smallest point in the leg is 10"
opening 10"

the two jeans measured are Old Navy Loose Fit sz 36 and Artful Dodget Dog and Drink sz 36. They fit nearly identical. I used to wear Enyce jeans which are

can someone recommend me some jeans? what type of fit is this? baggy? loose?
 

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Artful Dodger Dog series Jeans
Old Navy Loose FIt Jeans
Double Ralph Lauren (RRL) Vintage 5 Pocket Jeans (selvage too!)
Seven for all mankind Relaxed fit jeans
Diesel Levan in Denim Blue 8BE (19" leg opening/bottom opening)

also levis 569 is a potential option . just thought id share
 

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Originally Posted by bigsink
Artful Dodger Dog series Jeans
Old Navy Loose FIt Jeans
Double Ralph Lauren (RRL) Vintage 5 Pocket Jeans (selvage too!)
Seven for all mankind Relaxed fit jeans
Diesel Levan in Denim Blue 8BE (19" leg opening/bottom opening)

also levis 569 is a potential option . just thought id share



I'd say that the Diesel Kuratt is a better option than the Levan, which has a rather low rise. Also might not look so great above size 33.
 

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Originally Posted by bigsink
Artful Dodger Dog series Jeans
Old Navy Loose FIt Jeans
Double Ralph Lauren (RRL) Vintage 5 Pocket Jeans (selvage too!)
Seven for all mankind Relaxed fit jeans
Diesel Levan in Denim Blue 8BE (19" leg opening/bottom opening)

also levis 569 is a potential option . just thought id share

go with the rrl. amazing denim on those.
 

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The Ralph Lauren Selvage jeans came in today. Simply amazing quality and detail. They are a too snug for me. I will re-put them on ebay. If someone here wants first dibs send me a pm and ill let you know when i post it so you can buy it now. It will be $100 shipped. The cheapest they go on there is $124+shipping.

http://anonym.to/?http://cgi.ebay.co...QQcmdZViewItem
 

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Originally Posted by bigsink
The Ralph Lauren Selvage jeans came in today. Simply amazing quality and detail. They are a too snug for me. I will re-put them on ebay. If someone here wants first dibs send me a pm and ill let you know when i post it so you can buy it now. It will be $100 shipped. The cheapest they go on there is $124+shipping.

http://anonym.to/?http://cgi.ebay.co...QQcmdZViewItem


Link is busted.
 

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