Raw Denim in Dallas

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  1. darkmatter7

    darkmatter7 Affiliate Vendor

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    Where can I find raw denim in Dallas, preferably on sale?
     


  2. Wooglin

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    Go to Northpark, you should be able to find what you're looking for there. Nordstrom, Barneys, J. Crew, etc.
     


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    Totally agree. You can also go to forty five ten or Galleria to check it out.
     


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    If you're willing to wait a bit longer, Barney's should be starting sales soon (just after Thanksgiving, I believe). They usually have a good selection of denim.
     


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    Yea definitely Black Friday...I've bought a pair of APC's and two pairs of RRL's from Barneys, the selection isn't the best but they constantly bring in new stuff so it keeps things interesting. There's Billy Reid, Rugby and another Ralph Lauren store in Highland Park Village too.

    What do you think of Forty Five Ten, I've heard mixed reviews...
     


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    Forty Fiven Ten men = a smaller store of barney's designer collection. They trend to carry brands not available in other stores of DFW area.
    Balmain, MMM, Lanvin, Rick, etc.. Or have a different selection of same brand. I like them, they don't have lots of denim and shoes.

    But their clothing selection is good.
     


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    Cool, I'll have to check it out more often.
     


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    I just checked the Northpark Nordstrom Rack, Saks Off Fifth, and Nordstrom - no luck. I did find a pair of raw Nudies at Nordstrom Rack for $60 last week though =). I should check Barney's, but to be honest ultra high priced clothing stores intimidate me, and I'm looking for sub-$200 jeans anyways.
     


  9. Wooglin

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    You should be able to get a pair of APC's or similar from Barney's for under 200 easy. Don't be intimidated by the clowns that work there, they have no idea what they're doing. I bought another pair of RRL's there a few days ago and the girl working asked me if I had ever tried APC's...I was wearing a pair. Another guy spent 20 minutes preaching to me the virtues of "salvaged" denim, haha.
     


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    Raw denim? Just get a pair is APC new standard or petit standard or whatever.

    MrPorter, free shipping, free return, and no tax to dallas.

    I don't buy lots of stuff from barneys because they don't have all sizes in stock.

    Order from other store is a big hassle. Bad communication. :wow:
     


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    It would be better to wait till Black Friday sales. Try Barneys then or order online from reputable stores. Honestly I rarely purchase clothes locally as the selection sucks imo.
     


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    I would agree. saks sucks all the time, Neiman has some nice suits, as well as Stanley Korshak, nice suits and English shoes.
    Highland Park don't have lots of men's clothing, even the Jimmy Choo don't carry men's shoes and I asked they don't have plan to.

    Barney is good, also Forty Fiven Ten is good. But they suck at shoes and accessories IMO.
     


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