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Mavi jeans

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Michael, Mar 8, 2002.

  1. Michael

    Michael Senior member

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    I went up to our Nordstrom's a week ago to buy some Diesel jeans, and they didn't have any styles I wanted. The guy pointed out to me some jeans made by Mavi, a Turkish company I had never heard of. As opposed to Diesel's $115 price tag on most jeans, these were only $52. I tried them on, and was very impressed with the way they felt, like a pair I had had for years and years, only without the tightness. Does anyone else have any Mavi jeans? I thought they were an interesting brand, and was wondering what sort of following they had. Their webpage is at www.mavi.com
     


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    BuddahLax Active Member

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    No I haven't seen those. But I'm shooting up to nordstroms at lunch, I'll check them out and let you know what I think.
     


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    Abe2 Well-Known Member

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    Mavi jeans are very popular in New York City and I think they look terrific on girls - don't know about guys. My girlfriend wears Mavi jeans exclusively.
     


  4. j

    j (stands for Jerk) Admin

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    Moved post to Clothing Forum.
     


  5. Michael

    Michael Senior member

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    Sorry about that. Didn't see this section.
     


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    FRATERNITYSTUD Well-Known Member

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    I love mavi jeans. Not too expensive and they do feel great.
     


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    I agree.. Mavi does have cool jeans for guys as well... w/ different style and colors...
    The price isn't that bad compared to Diesel... and it's comfortable... They actually have their own store in NYC.. not sure about in other city though....
     


  8. Michael

    Michael Senior member

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    Wow, a Mavi store. That'd be neat. Our Nordstrom's at Mall of Georgia has... four pair I believe, maybe just three. It's a very disappointing store. Lawyer, don't you live in ATL? Could you recommend some stores in which a college student could shop? By the way, all of you NYCers, someone have a room for me if I decide on coming up this summer? I won't eat your toes or anything, I swear. Disclaimer: I was kidding about that last part. Not that I won't eat your toes, because I wouldn't. About someone putting me up. Even I think that's weird and I'm from hospitable Georgia.
     


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    The mavi store in soho is nice. While you're there, try J.J. Turks, they are by the same designer. Rumor has it he had a falling out with Mavi.
     


  10. Mike C.

    Mike C. Senior member

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    For Michael,
    Im also gonna be living in New York City this summer, but i have a roomate. Your best option is to get housing through NYU. We have great dorms all located downtown, mostly in the Village and Union Square. If you take a class housing is as low as $110-$150 per week, without a class its around $200-$250 per week. This is probably your best bet, unless you find someone to put you up for free. Good luck.
     


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