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  • View Poll Results: Which jean colour do you prefer?
    Black
    30.26%
    Blue
    63.16%
    Other
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    blue vs black jeans which do you prefer?
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    I like black jeans, but they fade so much quicker.
    Both have their good points. Also depends on what shade of blue. I have far more blue pairs.
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    Black.
    They make me feel sinister
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    I have more blue than black
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    Black everytime, they make you look thinner xD
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    Loving black at the moment or very dark navy..
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    Dark blue jeans!
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    I love black skinnies, so slimming!
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    I like black because they go with everything. Blue seems to look better on me though, and makes my legs look less stumpy. I don't think black making you look slimmer is really true, it just makes you look shapeless half the time. Depends what I'm wearing though. And when I say blue I mean dark blue/navy
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    (Original post by ßlαcksωαn)
    Loving black at the moment or very dark navy..
    I had a pair of dark skinny jeans which faded. Tried to dye them dark again and now they look weird so I'm gonna dye themn again.. HA! I'm addicted to the process.

    But black jeans are awesome. Not from primark, though.
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    I have loads of black but I prefer the dark indigo kind.
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    Dark blue?
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    i prefer really dark blue!! looks badass!
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    Dark blue or mid-blue. Don't really like black or pale blue.
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    Blaaack
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    Blue all the wayyyy.
    Dark blue especially. And on guys dark blue is better than black as well.
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    (Original post by BrightGirl)
    Blue all the wayyyy.
    Dark blue especially. And on guys dark blue is better than black as well.
    yeah I voted for black , althought I meant really really dark blue. Black fades to easily , and I get really messy quickly lol !.
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    Other - dark grey, light grey, brown, then black, then dark blue. never ever ever light blue. =]
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    (Original post by adam:))
    blue vs black jeans which do you prefer?
    Navy blue, light blue jeans just look pikey and common IMO

    Although I do have a pair of Ecko black Jeans, barely wear them, picked up a pair for a tenner.

    Can't go wrong with a nice pair of G-Stars!
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    the real question... dark or light?? dark blue is perfect pour moi, and in vary rare cases a light pair of blues, yet to find any i really like yet..
 
 
 
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