Post pics of your denim

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Mike C., May 16, 2005.

  1. BrettChaotix

    BrettChaotix Senior member

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    I hate my brother he's seen too many shows. He saw wolf parade open up for Arcade fire! (gonna see them at Constitution Hall).

    I'll be there! It's going to be a great show!
     


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    I'll be there! It's going to be a great show!

    Tell me about it. They're unbelievable. How close are you?
     


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    Vman and dmaz, both look great.

    Love the 5EP fades.
     


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    Here are some (a lot) details of the Gap blue selvedge jeans. I've had them for about a week, took a shower in them for no real reason, as they are prewashed and preshrunk. They run large, I sized down 1 but should have gone 2, I don't have any actual measurements. When I got them I was in a hurry to remove the awful patch, and hadn't realized that I had acquired too long an inseam, so I took them to 45rpm in Soho to hem them, could have gotten it done cheaper at any tailor, probably, but oh well. Anyway, pictures.

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    and the hem, just because:
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    drizzt3117 Senior member

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    I'd have paid quite a bit to have seen the expression on their faces when you dropped off GAP jeans at 45rpm.
     


  6. Willsw

    Willsw Senior member

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    Since I had already torn the patch off they didn't immediately identify the brand and the guy who had pinned them for me was rubbing the denim, saying "Hey, these are nice...what are they?"

    "Gap."

    "Oh! Really! Heh...yeah. Who knew." Then to another employee, "Hey! Who do we know who would wear Gap?"

    I guess after you appraise something as "nice" you can't back down, even if it is Gap and you are selling 45rpm.
     


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    I like these Evisu's. For me, fit is everything. I don't care if it's washed, or raw or whatever.

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    Those look excruciatingly tight. I would feel more pain for the person wearing them rather than admiration.
     


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    Only problem with those gap jeans is that they're wide-loom made, not narrow

    but for that price who's complaining?
     


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    I think they look fine
    i guess a little more distinguished without stacking (if jeans can be distinguised)

    i cuff my eternals to get this look... i wear for more semi- formal occcasions

    i feel it works... others prollyy disagree


    Yeah, that's what I was trying to do. More of a dress pant fit with very little break, but it just felt weird in jeans. Maybe it's bringing up repressed memories of being made fun of in middle school once for wearing high-waters?
     


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    Only problem with those gap jeans is that they're wide-loom made, not narrow

    but for that price who's complaining?


    wide loom selvage? interesting... how did you come to this conclusion?
     


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    Wills, newbish q's - are those Williamsburg? Where to cop - in-store only?
     


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    Here are some (a lot) details of the Gap blue selvedge jeans. I've had them for about a week, took a shower in them for no real reason, as they are prewashed and preshrunk. They run large, I sized down 1 but should have gone 2, I don't have any actual measurements. When I got them I was in a hurry to remove the awful patch, and hadn't realized that I had acquired too long an inseam, so I took them to 45rpm in Soho to hem them, could have gotten it done cheaper at any tailor, probably, but oh well. Anyway, pictures.

    How much do they charge?
     


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    wide loom selvage? interesting... how did you come to this conclusion?

    look carefully at the weave of the selvage. Looks kind of like a canvas weave. It doesn't have the same 3x1 twill that the rest of the jeans do.
     


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    Wills, newbish q's - are those Williamsburg? Where to cop - in-store only?
    The Williamsburg is the skinny fit that's yet to be seen on the web. Those are the straight fits.
    How much do they charge?
    Site says $70.
     


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