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- 10-04-2016 23:39
- 10-04-2016 23:41
True religions and gstar jeans are the ones I **** wit
- 10-04-2016 23:43
Spray on Skinny topman ones, they're the only ones that stay on.
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- 10-04-2016 23:47
- 11-04-2016 10:59
I always wear Uniqlo selvedge.
- 11-04-2016 11:06
Forget trying to find comfortable jeans when you have big quads. Just wear joggers/shorts all the time
i googled and found this http://www.makeyourownjeans.com/?gcl...c1ff1239bf0df6
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(Original post by hezzlington)
- 11-04-2016 11:08
Good places to look for jeans? I've had a scroll through asos but can't find anything I like. Ideally black/dark navy. No rips or drastic changes in colour. Slim fit, not skinny or super skinny or any of that nonsense.
My favourite jeans are farah jeans but no longer do my size.
I'm a waist size 32, but 33 is ideal as I have muscular legs so 32 is really tight around the legs and ass. 34 is just too big on the waist.
Brands I do not like:
Budget is around £100 but would love to spend less.
any help appreciated.
red hearring loose fit is comfy if you need the space in front
- 11-04-2016 12:13
Lee Luke Slim Tapered Fit Jeans( check if you can get them in blue bc I don't know) and g star are also good
(Original post by RyJ)
- 11-04-2016 12:21
Naked and Famous, if you like raw denim. I'm still breaking mine in, but they're great!
Edit: I had to order mine from Canada, since they're a Canadian company - though you may be able to get a pair off a British site.
(Original post by fr0sr_)
- 14-04-2016 21:52
Naked and Famous jeans seem decent, but the models on the site have them FAR too baggy, and the fit is atrocious... do they REALLY look as advertised on the site?
I went for a pair of Skinny Guy's, which are like slim fit jeans when you first try them on - as in, extremely tight. I couldn't get my hands in my front pockets at all initially, and sitting down felt like I'd rip them, but raw denim is meant to be like that. Now, after fourth months of daily wear (without washing, except wiping away the occasional stain), they're much looser. I have to wear my belt a little tighter to keep them up, but I know that when I wash them in a couple more months, not only should I get some sick fadez (yo), but they'll shrink a bit too. Google "Naked and Famous jeans fade", some of them look so so nice. That's what I'm aiming for, but that takes quite a bit of time without washing.
Another thing, like most expensive jeans, they come in 37" inseam as standard. Personally, I'm 6'6", so I can either cuff the jeans at the bottom or just let them stack (gives the honeycomb fade at the knees eventually). You can always get them hemmed, which I think most people do.Last edited by RyJ; 14-04-2016 at 21:56.
- 15-04-2016 00:26
i got mine for £80 a pair in the outlet store
- 15-04-2016 13:42
There's too many jeans brands, but you can find all of them here and create a list with your favourites.