I have one Superdry jean which I brought on sale and 2 GAP jeans.
I can't remember how much the superdry or one of the GAP jeans cost.
I got a new pair of GAP jean recently, and they costs me £39.95.
I am around 5'8, so I can't wear 32 inches leg, I have to get 30 inches leg. GAP is the only brand where I can get 30 inches leg. Also, GAP jean prices are cheap compare to brands like Superdry, Ralph Lauren, G Star Raw, Levi's, WESC, Vans, Quiksilver etc. Those brands are at least £70, going up to over £100.
So, what jeans do you have? how much did they costs? and which ones are your favourite and why?
How much are you willing to pay for a pair of jeans? and do you notice in the differences in quality between the expensive jeans, over £100, compare to cheap jeans, under £40?
All my jeans are either Ralph Lauren or Timberland.
I don't have that many of them, currently 3 pairs only of which 2 are RL and the other is Timberland.
Used to wear Levis 501s but stopped buying Levi's as a whole as they are no longer USA made, I find that the quality has dropped to a point that it is no longer worth buying as for some reason or another they wear out between the legs just by the crotch area.
Never worn baggy jeans as it doesn't suit me and as a whole I generally wear khaki pants instead of jeans these days.
Levi's and G-Star. G-Star has quite remarkable dye retention and Levi's have well-fitting jeans and a variety of colours (I also like G-Star's Blue Brace and Brooklyn colours). On average I pay around £64.
Few pairs of Nudie (I get them when they go on sale so ~£40/50 from £80-120).
Pair of Levi's that I've had for like 3 years which someone else bought for me
Pair of Calvin Klein jeans, £40 from outlet.
Pair of A&F from someone bought from America ~$50?
Got a few pairs that I don't wear anymore. The are Nudies my favourite and I always look out for discounted ones of the right fit and size.
I know this is aimed at guys - but my bf has got cheap Primark jeans and they are actually really nice (and, ahem, tight in the right places). Believe me, women will not spend long looking at your jeans . . . don't waste too much money