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Jeans and Fashion Questions

  • by DaveTeam DenimBlog

    Let us help you answer some of your Jeans and Fashion Questions. Here are some blog posts that may help you out:   Where are Jeans Made?   What are Jeans Made of?   How do you buy Jeans on eBay?   What is the history of Denim?   Six Denim Don'ts!   How to Find the perfect Mens Jean   Womans Jeans - a Guide to the Best Fit   How to Hem your Jeans (with the original hem)   How to Wash your Designer Jeans   read more

facebook-connect-frequently-asked-questions

Facebook Connect Frequently Asked Questions     What does "Connect with Facebook?" mean? For a couple of years now Facebook has been offering a service to allow folks to sign into other websites easily without having to enter a whole lot of information everywhere they go. This system has evolved over time and we've integrated it here for our members' convenience. If you'd like to hear what Facebook has to say, check out their developer's guide and help pages.   Why is this on the site? The main benefit is an easy registration process for... read more

The 12 Womens Body Types And Jeans That Will Flatter Each

    So, ladies--you've probably heard of a few basic women's body shape categories (maybe 3 or 4) that we supposedly all fall into, right? Well, Trinny and Susannah (of What Not to Wear fame) have demonstrated that there are at least 12 distinct body types,* all of which need their own considerations when picking flattering outfits--including flattering jeans! Keep reading to find your own body type and what brands/cuts will look hottest on you!   *You may first want to refer to the original article to determine your own body type, then scroll down to find... read more

Denim

Denim is a rugged cotton twill textile, in which the weft passes under two (twi- "double") or more warp threads. This produces the familiar diagonal ribbing identifiable on the reverse of the fabric, which distinguishes denim from cotton duck. Denim has been in American usage since the late 18th century.[1] The word comes from the name of a sturdy fabric called serge, originally made in Nîmes, France, by the André family. Originally called serge de Nîmes, the name was soon shortened to denim.[2] Denim was traditionally colored blue with indigo dye to make blue "jeans",... read more

Followers And Following

What is Following? Following is like subscribing to another member; you'll receive notifications of their activity in public areas.   How do I follow another member? To follow a member, visit their profile page and click the "Follow Member" link under their avatar. You will be able to "unfollow" someone in the same place.   What will I be notified about? When following another member, you'll be notified about many of the same things that appear in their activity feed: replying to threads, writing reviews, and other actions they take around the... read more

Classifieds Posting Rules

  • by RuthSupporter

    We hope you make our Classifieds section a success by following the guidelines set out in this document.     Seller Rules Posting an item for sale To post an item for sale, click on the "Create a New Classified" button in the specific forum you want to post in.   Your listing MUST include the following information:     Title: you must include the brand of item, the style, the size, and the condition, whether it be NWT, NWOT, Gently Used, etc. Measurements: Make sure to include measurements, especially for jeans and pants (you should at least include waist,... read more

Buy Sell Trade Rules

  • by RuthSupporter

    We hope you make our Classifieds section a success by following the guidelines set out in this document.     Seller Rules Posting an item for sale To post an item for sale, click on the "Create a New Classified" button in the specific forum you want to post in.   Your listing MUST include the following information:     Title: you must include the brand of item, the style, the size, and the condition, whether it be NWT, NWOT, Gently Used, etc. Measurements: Make sure to include measurements, especially for jeans and pants (you... read more

Everything You Need To Know About 7 For All Mankind

7 for All Mankind is thought to be one of the first true designer denim brands.  The name is based on the idea that the average person owns 7 pairs of jeans at any given time.   History: Was founded in 2000 by Michael Glasser, Peter Koral, and Jerome Dahan in Los Angeles, California. In 2002, the brand added a men’s line. Late in 2002, Dahan and Glasser left the company. They filed a suit against Koral, alleging that they had not been properly compensated. They went on to launch Citizens of Humanity. In, 2005, the collection added a children’s line. In... read more

Everything You Need To Know About J Brand

 Brand, which has become known for their simple back pocket design and flattering fits, quickly has become popular with fashion insiders and celebrities alike.  Not only has the brand have great classic styles and fits but it helped to spur one of the biggest trends, Cargos (The Houlihan).The mission is as simple as their designs, "To create a classic and sophisticated jean with an emphasis on fit."   History: J Brand was co-founded by Jeff Rudes in 2004 Jeff Rudes had a background working in the denim industry and founded Paris 2000 in the 1970s. He had... read more

Ebay Sniping Tips And Tricks

  • by marc

    You know when you are bidding on an item and at the last second you have been outbid?  In most cases that means someone else has sniped the auction.   The Wikipedia definition of "auction sniping":  Auction sniping is the process of watching a timed online auction (such as on eBay), and placing a winning bid at the last possible moment (often seconds before the end of the auction), giving the other bidders no time to outbid the sniper. Some bidders do this manually, and others use software designed for the purpose. A bid sniper is a person or software... read more

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