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Understanding Denims, and Inseam length

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by lodid, Mar 19, 2017.

  1. lodid

    lodid Member

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    I've been doing some research around the forums regarding denims and their sizing, specifically the inseams. Generally I wear a 33/30 or 34/30 depending on the brand,but most of the denim jeans I have come across always an inseam of 34+ which is obviously longer than i'd like it to be seeing as i'm trying to get a nice pair of denim jeans for casual Fridays at work. I think I would be correct in assuming I can't be rolling up jeans for work because their length is to long. I've tried looking at naked & famous for a pair but they all seam to be 34", 35", 36" inseams. The general range i'm looking to spend is $250 at most. I've heard it discussed in the forums many times that APC is a very common one as well, but i'd also like some help regarding the sizing if possible. Much appreciated for any help!
     


  2. themonster

    themonster Well-Known Member

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    You could have it hemmed to your desired length.
     


  3. skriefal

    skriefal Senior member

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    The higher-end jeans often come in only one inseam length. You're expected to take the jeans to a tailor to have them hemmed to your desired inseam length. Around here that costs about $10. Some of the better stores (like Nordstroms) provide free hemming service for jeans/pants that you purchase from them.
     


  4. ShootThePier

    ShootThePier Senior member

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    Some denim specialty shops offer free hemming when you purchase from them.
     


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