Who else doesn't wash their jeans??

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    I just buy new ones, they are only £12 from Primark.
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    They've put the price up.
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    primark jeans are crap though
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    You'd probably be better off spending £100 on some that will wash with minimal fading so they last for years rather than buying new primary ones every few months
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    (Original post by Wattsy)
    You'd probably be better off spending £100 on some that will wash with minimal fading so they last for years rather than buying new primary ones every few months
    About the only item of clothing I'll spend a fair bit on.

    Quality jeans are far and away better than budget, they last far far longer!

    You've also got the added bonus of if they start getting holes in, if its Primark your a scruffy ****, if its Replay or Abercrombie then the holes are "intentional"!

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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
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    I don't have time to wash my jeans whenever I walk through a playground.
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    um I buy jeans which cost £8 (after student discount) from Peacocks and I still ******* wash them????

    And they last me at least a year tbh so.
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    Or you could just wash them without having to spend money on a new pair, you know?
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    (Original post by UWS)
    Or you could just wash them without having to spend money on a new pair, you know?
    When you wash primark jeans they fade really badly and become stiff. So i'm better off buying new ones.
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    (Original post by catholicgirl)
    When you wash primark jeans they fade really badly and become stiff. So i'm better off buying new ones.
    Buy a better pair of jeans. I've had my pair of Diesel jeans for 2 years and the quality is still very good. Well worth the investment.
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    (Original post by loooopppyyy)
    About the only item of clothing I'll spend a fair bit on.

    Quality jeans are far and away better than budget, they last far far longer!

    You've also got the added bonus of if they start getting holes in, if its Primark your a scruffy ****, if its Replay or Abercrombie then the holes are "intentional"!

    Exactly, my Levi's are going on two years of pretty regular wear and now have a bit of natural wear, in good jeans that's just character. A bad pair would have fallen apart at the first sign of a fraying edge.
 
 
 
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