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sologigolos

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After buying strictly dry denim for the last three years, I'm left completely out of the loop for washed jeans.
What do you recommend? Especially something with similar fit (and price range) to Thin Finn?

Thank you~
 

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Pardon my ignorance as I am completely new to dry jeans. My understanding has been that people buy them to achieve that "customized" wash jeans look, no?

I am curious that you are once again looking for new washed jeans. Has your dry jeans not faded over the last 3 years? Won't they be considered "washed" jeans by now?
 

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ok, so this might be an absolutely crazy idea... bear with me with me here...

if you like the fit of thinn finns, why not buy a pair of PRE-WASH thin finns?

pure madness, I know, but it... just... might... work


Originally Posted by upnorth
Pardon my ignorance as I am completely new to dry jeans. My understanding has been that people buy them to achieve that "customized" wash jeans look, no?

I am curious that you are once again looking for new washed jeans. Has your dry jeans not faded over the last 3 years? Won't they be considered "washed" jeans by now?
 

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