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Rag & Bone RB-15 advice

minhi

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So i jumped for a set of RB15 that are on sale everywhere in size 30x32, they are the indigo model, and they are uhm, tighter then i figured. I can get into a 28 APC NS (uncomfortable at first but ok after a few minutes). The R&B are just as tight in the waist and tighter in the crotch and thigh. kinda like the NS when they were new, can i expect a little stretching or give up on them?

I can get them buttoned right now, but it's definately super skinny emo (j/k, inside joke from another thread) look. Of course i could do lose about 1 size in the waist, so maybe this is some motivation.
 

Maharlika

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They will stretch a little. Keep wearing them. I tried one on a week ago and they were also tight. I ended up with the RB11's though. The RB15 is definitely slimmer. Congrats on your new jeans!
 

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