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    I recently got a pair because the design was one I was looking for. I know they are branded and are far from cheap, but I don't think that always reflects quality. Are they any good?
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    I don't know but Topshop jeans are great.
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    (Original post by SHABANA)
    I recently got a pair because the design was one I was looking for. I know they are branded and are far from cheap, but I don't think that always reflects quality. Are they any good?
    I have a pair and they're doing fine :yy:

    (Original post by Get Cape.Wear Cape.Fly.)
    I don't know but Topshop jeans are great.
    Wow unhelpful AND unoriginal, well done I hope you're proud :congrats:
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    (Original post by paddy)
    I have a pair and they're doing fine :yy:


    Wow unhelpful AND unoriginal, well done I hope you're proud :congrats:
    Ok, "unoriginal"? In what way was I trying to be original? That's right, I wasn't.
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    (Original post by Get Cape.Wear Cape.Fly.)
    Ok, "unoriginal"? In what way was I trying to be original? That's right, I wasn't.
    By recommending Topshop, aka home of the unoriginal
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    (Original post by paddy)
    By recommending Topshop, aka home of the unoriginal
    Okay, that's great.
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    I really like a lot of the Pepe jeans clothes, and they seem like good quality. But I still don't think they're worth the prices (at least where I live, they're extortionate...the prices for plain t-shirts with 'Pepe jeans' written on them is just :eek: ) They're nice, but they're not that nice.
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    (Original post by Get Cape.Wear Cape.Fly.)
    I don't know but Topshop jeans are great.

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    (Original post by Adam G Manning)
    I'm Adam G Manning and I think my "jokes" are really funny. :blah:
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    Yep, I can definitely rate the women's ones OP :yep: they're really nice! How jeans should be
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    (Original post by Get Cape.Wear Cape.Fly.)
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    That's what you get for being stupid and unhelpful :sadnod:
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    Don't know, but I'm in a Pepe Jeans blazer right now and it's fab XD great quality, lined, really noice.

    And don't buy jeans from Topshop when you can get them from River Island £20 cheaper.
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    I haven't owned a pair before, but the wash seems very much 1990s to me.
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    (Original post by paddy)
    That's what you get for being stupid and unhelpful :sadnod:
    I really care.
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    If you like them and you will get your money's worth...go for it!

    Why buy cheap crap you will hardly wear out of sheer convenience when you could go out of your way and get a quality pair with staying power.

    About quality..yes they are pretty good, enjoy!
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    (Original post by Get Cape.Wear Cape.Fly.)
    I don't know but Topshop jeans are great.
    I really don't like Topshop jeans. There is nothing unique about them and the washes are so standard and boring. Thanks anyway.
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    (Original post by I<3LAMP)
    If you like them and you will get your money's worth...go for it!

    Why buy cheap crap you will hardly wear out of sheer convenience when you could go out of your way and get a quality pair with staying power.

    About quality..yes they are pretty good, enjoy!
    Thanks I really like the pair I bought and wanted to make sure they can deal with wear and tear (with less of the tearing).
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    (Original post by SHABANA)
    Thanks I really like the pair I bought and wanted to make sure they can deal with wear and tear (with less of the tearing).
    yea the should be fine, just make sure you wash them not too often (sounds nasty I know) as good denim ruins that way.

    Keeps the colour and prevents shrinkage
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    (Original post by I<3LAMP)
    yea the should be fine, just make sure you wash them not too often (sounds nasty I know) as good denim ruins that way.

    Keeps the colour and prevents shrinkage
    Thanks for the tip. Finding the perfect pair of jeans is hard work! lol.
 
 
 
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