Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Chimes, Aug 2, 2004.
Any thoughts on them? If you own a pair, are they true to size?
To heck with the jeans; I'm more interested in your nurse.. (Er...no, I don't own a pair...)
Yes, tell us about her, for instance does she use Gucci crocodile spanking paddles? Jon.
We're terrible. The poor fellow needs help, and we turn his need into mockery. Okay; I feel better. Now...tell us about your nurse.
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Thank you, chimes. And on the subject of jeans..........great genes.
I've heard about these recently. I tried to find out a little bit about them, but their website is still under construction. I'd also like to know something about them if anyone can help.
There are two stores near my University that carry this brand. However, these are the sorts of stores that are full-price for most of the year, and when they do have end-of-season clearance sales, it's usually only 30% off. I only purchase things at below full retail price, so needless to say I don't own any of these jeans. I have, however, checked them out.
Anyway, the stores that sell these jeans also sell PDC, Seven, Diesel, J. Lindeberg, G-Star, Energie, Chip & Pepper, etc. True Religion is similar in fit to the aforementioned jeans I believe. The cuts I saw were all slimmer-fit boot cut. No idea if they are true to size, though. The washes were okay - nothing to brag about. I would take PDC any day over TR. One of the TR jeans had a neat pocket design...I believe the back pockets buttoned up. I would just say they are jumping on the premium-jean bandwagon though, but then again I have only seen a few models, and have not purchased/tried them on.
Thank you gentlemen, for lifting this topic back up on to a plane of higher existence and respectable moral values. 'Scuse me while I go wipe the drool off my face.
The founder has been around for a long time. He tends to switch product lines a lot - from Jefri jeans to Hippie jeans and now to True Religion jeans - which use great denim, and I think is his best effort to date.
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