Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by notwithit, May 1, 2015.
First wear. Might eventually get them hemmed and wear them uncuffed.
For the weekend.
Could I get added to the list as well? I placed my order before May 31st but there were sizing issues. Thanks. My denims came quickly though today thanks to Mauro
If you need proof, I have the email!
Of course. Please email [email protected] and you will be added.
This denim bleeds like crazy! My hands are always blue. I'l see if I can find myself a full length mirror tomorrow for fit pics.
Hmm, I've experience the opposite, I was surprised at how little it was bleeding! And that includes a day where I got caught in the rain while biking and completely soaked the front of the pants. My raw Cone denim has bled more, and given up more dye on brushing than WvG has.
Same, I've had zero bleeding, as my white couch will attest to.
I think force/pressure is a key factor. My jeans bled like CRAZY on my duffel bag within 1/2 mile, but it was pressed pretty hard against my leg. Haven't had a problem with anything else like car seats or furniture.
I've gotten some on my fingertips from scratching my leg vigorously, but I haven't noticed any transfer onto clothing or other surfaces.
I have had the jeans over a year without crocking. I would agree pressure and friction would possibly apply. If I just rub my hands all day on my jeans my hands will turn blue. White or light colored furniture and leather is always a sore spot with indigo. That's just life.
Definitely not complaining. Like you said--that's denim. I actually kinda like it on the duffel bag. I ended up turning it around to get some on the other side too ^_^
Some fades starting to set in. Haven't washed them yet cuz I'm lazy and dirty
HOW? I have worn mine a lot of almost a year and nothing.
Weird, seems like my jeans are more of an isolated case. For some reason maybe the dye didn't set as well on my pair. Don't really have any light colored furniture nor wearing anything light recently so I haven't seen transfer to clothes or couches, but I'm getting a lot of this, mostly from just putting my hands in my pockets:
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