Naked and famous denim

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Mauro, Feb 13, 2008.

  1. cb_32

    cb_32 Senior member

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    those are crazy, i am not into light denim though but still cool
     
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    Holy crap, those are amazing fades!
     
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    Making me glad I spent that 65 bucks on that pair! Once the weather gets nicer I am going to add these to the rotation with my eternal 883's!
     
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    Is there a list of retailers that carry mens naked and famous? I have to try on pants 100% of the time. I'm in Western New York.
     
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    barneys co op has it.
     
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    barneys co op has it.

    Cheers for the reply. That's like a six and a half hour drive. I am closer to Niagara Falls on the other side of the state from NYC. Right outside of Buffalo. Any Naked and Famous in the Buffalo, NY area?
     
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    your best bet is to probably order it online and return/exchange it if it doesn't fit.
     
  8. melonadejello

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    Thought I'd share some amazing photos of a pair of Weird Guy Organic Selvedge.

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    It looks....like a cartoon!
    An awesome one.
     
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    if anyone is interested www.revolveclothing.com has some Naked and Famous and i found a coupon for 20% off STYLEWATCH20
     
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    Slim Guy is the worst cut. I regret buying this model. It feels like I am wearing bootcut jeans, not slim at all.
     
  11. linkinwayne

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    Slim Guy is the worst cut. I regret buying this model. It feels like I am wearing bootcut jeans, not slim at all.

    Exactly, they're more bootcut-y than Nudie Slim Jims. Those are bearable.

    But obviously different people, different fits and all that.

    Also, now I'm tempted to get the Organic Selvedge too. Dammit.
     
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    slim guy is alright.
    just gotta size down 3.
     
  13. NefariousSabatour

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    dumb question, but can a tailor take in the leg openings on my slim jims to make them a little more like the skinnys?
     
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    dumb question, but can a tailor take in the leg openings on my slim jims to make them a little more like the skinnys?

    Idunno about your slim jim question, but in general a tailor can bring the hem in tighter. They should also be able to maintain selvedge lines.
     

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