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Naked and famous denim

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

  1. Rightyow77

    Rightyow77 Senior member

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    yeah the red one did feel tighter may end up sending that one back
     
  2. jmaudi0

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    what's the chest measurement? if you're trying to sell i might be interested. pm if you want.
     
  3. Rightyow77

    Rightyow77 Senior member

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    wonder is a small has a larger opening since the red shirt sits on top of my ass at the moment.
     
  4. Rightyow77

    Rightyow77 Senior member

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    Not sure pretty sure Tate and Yoko have measurements though. May just return for a size larger and just get the things altered
     
  5. TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES

    TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES Senior member

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    they make you look like you indulge too many sweets
     
  6. Rightyow77

    Rightyow77 Senior member

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    Yeah that last picture gives the impression that I have love handles...
     
  7. Rightyow77

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    If anyone on here has a small they are willing to trade or part with let me know
     
  8. lckychrmsbboy

    lckychrmsbboy Senior member

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    I really like your fits! I need to get ine of those shirts...what size did you get?
     
  9. willrh1

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    Be careful when you wash the navajo shirts, my gf did laundry and put them in dryer. It feels like they shrunk in the sleeves, length, and even through the whole fit.
     
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  10. Coldsnap

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    Blue Owl is awesome. You really cannot beat the service, price, and selection of Naked and Famous denim right now.
     
  11. Rightyow77

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    Thanks man they are xs.
    I talk to my tailor and he said he could bring out the darting near the rear, and adjust it to the new hem so it does not sit so tight and give that bloated effect.
     
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  12. El Argentino

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    Or you could just exchange them for a S, right...?
     
  13. Drchilipepper

    Drchilipepper Active Member

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    So I have decided on buying a pair of Naked and Famous jeans to wear frequently this coming school year. I have never bought them before so I was wondering what size/fit any of you would recoomend. I am a size 29. My LVC 505's were bought 28 and have stretched out perfectly. I am very slim (5'11 and 117 pounds) so I want something slim but with room in the groin area as I have a very high natural waste. Should I go for the weird guys?

    Thanks in advanced for the help.
     
  14. alwaysraw

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    Your best bet is to actually try them on. You may prefer the SkinnyGuy since its a bit higher rise than the WG. I too am a skinny tall dude and the Skinnyguy isnt super skinny. I have room in the thighs. You'll prolly be happy with size 29 SkinnyGuy IMO.
     
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    g transistor Senior member

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    I didn't find the shirts to be so slim fitting. I thought they fit relatively TTS
     
  16. Ecco

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    ...while they still last at P&B. I got a small in beige and it fits perfectly.
    They're especially slim in the sleeves compared to almost all of my other button downs. I'd say they're a fitted shirt which can mess up ppl who are used to going TTS which makes checking the measurements key.
     
  17. Rightyow77

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    No they won't allow exchanges just returns, I actually like the fit of the shirt now that the darting is undone. Just needs a hem and it will be perfect.
     
  18. Drchilipepper

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    Thanks, that's probably my best bet. I'll stop by nordstrom or barneys and try them on in person. On average, how much do they stretch?
     
  19. liddel

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    yeah, thy are kinda snug on my forearms. i hope it doesnt shrink too much after a cold wash and hang dry
     
  20. flamingotripod

    flamingotripod Senior member

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    Skinny guys usually stretch a inch or so if you got a 29, they would stretch to a 30. But you should buy them so that they are tight in the waist, where its hard to do up the top button. Most people go true to size with skinny guys.
     

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