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  • The Different Types Of Stretch In Denim

    An in depth article on the different types of stretch you can find in denim these days. Find out which fabric blends are the best and discuss here!

    http://thejeansblog.com/jeans-advice...etch-in-denim/

  • #2
    This is such an awesome article

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Eddie View Post
      This is such an awesome article
      Thank you, Eddie! I appreciate that

      Are there any other articles in particular you would like to see?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Lorna View Post

        Thank you, Eddie! I appreciate that

        Are there any other articles in particular you would like to see?
        You're very welcome, a bit of love for our favourite host ☺

        As far as articles go, I'd love to read opinions from others on what they see that they like/dislike in terms of denim in everyday wearers on the street. For example do you ever see someone wearing a particular style or combo that makes you immediately head for the Internet for more information ? Conversely something you see that does the exact reverse ?

        For my tiny sample set, i find stripes to be less hit and more miss, male and female. Also the whole too short length thing leaves me cold right now.

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        • #5
          And also, something I saw only this week that I thought looked sensational. A lady passed me on the street, wearing loose fitting but distressed to death (I'm not even kidding here, there was more missing than present) blue jeans. Underneath those she had on a pair of faded black skinny jeans that showed through the missing parts of the top pair, in all the right ways too. The top pair couldn't be worn without at least something underneath if you get my drift. With black leather riding style boots and a chunky leather belt the whole thing worked perfectly I thought. To the point that I'm testing combinations of the same myself

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Eddie View Post
            And also, something I saw only this week that I thought looked sensational. A lady passed me on the street, wearing loose fitting but distressed to death (I'm not even kidding here, there was more missing than present) blue jeans. Underneath those she had on a pair of faded black skinny jeans that showed through the missing parts of the top pair, in all the right ways too. The top pair couldn't be worn without at least something underneath if you get my drift. With black leather riding style boots and a chunky leather belt the whole thing worked perfectly I thought. To the point that I'm testing combinations of the same myself
            Oh that sounds really interesting! I haven't seen that before. I've seen holes in jeans with tights underneath, that's quite common, but not that. I'm gonna start a new thread about pet peeves in denim! Good idea!

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          • #7
            I'm a bit behind here obviously, but this was a great article! Very interesting. It was great to see the vintage 501s in the pics!

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            • #8
              Originally posted by The Denim Dude View Post
              I'm a bit behind here obviously, but this was a great article! Very interesting. It was great to see the vintage 501s in the pics!
              So glad you like it!

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