or Connect
DenimBlog.com › Articles
109 article submissions by the DenimBlog.com community.

Real Vs Fake Lacoste

  • by RuthSupporter

Real Alligator Fake Alligator Real Tags Fake Tags Real Button Front Fake Button Front Real Button Back(the colors can vary on the back) Fake Button Back Real Store Tags (however these can differ) Real Cuff vs Fake Cuff read more

A List Of Online Stores That Sell Authentic Merchandise

 'A List Of Online Stores That Sell Authentic Merchandise'    All these online store's below do sell 'authentic' items. More will be added shortly.........     Revolve Clothing ~ http://www.revolveclothing.com/   Couture Candy ~ http://www.couturecandy.com/   DesignsByStephene ~ http://www.designsbystephene.com/   ShopBop ~ http://www.shopbop.com/   80's Purple ~ http://www.80spurple.com/   Armani Exchange ~ http://www.armaniexchange.com/   BlueFly ~ http://www.bluefly.com/   Blue Bee ~ http://www.bluebee.com/   Diesel... read more

List Of Fake Selling Merchandise Online Stores

Describe 'List Of Fake Selling Merchandise Online Stores' here   More fake selling stores will be add in due~ time. If anyone has a querie about and online store and is unsure about the authenticy of there item's please ask, thats what we are here for... read more

Denimblog Community Rules And Guidelines

  • by DaveTeam DenimBlog

  DenimBlog Community Rules and Guidelines   DenimBlog expects that every member will be respected by fellow members. We especially expect veteran members to be kind to newbies. You were all new once, try and take it easy as some questions asked by new members will seem quite basic to older ones who know the ropes. Denimblog does not tolerate the following:   Spamming - Any member that spams in any way shape or form will be banned without warning. We will not tolerate spammers here. Advertising - Advertising your own site/store/eBay sales or... read more

Buy Sell Section Rules

  • by DaveTeam DenimBlog

    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 new thread 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... read more

How To Wash Dry Raw Denim

To wash your Dry / Raw Denim, follow these instructions for a lasting hue:   Don't wash more than 1 to 3 times per year. Hand-wash your Denim with Woolite Dark or other detergent for dark and delicate clothing. Always wash them inside-out to preserve their color. Always wash in COLD water. Warm water could lead to fading! If you must use a washing machine, use a wash cycle with the lowest temperature and agitation possible. Always air dry your Denim to preserve their shape.     Note: Soaking with... read more

How To Wash Designer Jeans

      Here is a suggestion for washing your designer jeans   Turn your jeans inside out Wash on cold Dry on low for 5 or so minutes. Just long enough so they are not sopping wet, and to dewrinkle a little. Then hang to dry. read more

Dior 101 Everything You Wanted To Know About Diors

  • by DaveTeam DenimBlog

I think it would be nice to have all Dior questions go into one thread here so people can help each other out without having to visit many threads. Anyways, I thought I would put a simple FAQ here. Credits go to superfuture.  How does sizing work? Measurements new and unstretched are the tagged size plus 2 around. Divide this number by 2 if you want the measurement across. Example: Size 30 = 32" around, 16" across. Expect around 1" in stretch around from a brand new pair. Sizing up once from your "Diesel size" will probably get you the right size for MIJs. Size... read more

How To Keep Your Denim From Fading

    Designer Denim can be an investment and you want it to last as long as possible. Fading can make a pair of jeans look a lot older than it really is.     The number one tip to keep your jeans looking new is to dry clean them. However for daily wear, this can get costly.    Cutting down on the frequency of washing is a great start. You can put them in the dryer for a couple of minutes on a "fluff or air" cycle to freshen them.   When you do wash them here are some tips to follow:   Always follow the label care tag, as sometimes it gives... read more

How To Add Your Favorite Stuff To Denimblog

  • by DaveTeam DenimBlog

If you want to review your stuff, but can't find it in the system.  Just click the Add Item button from the Jeans & More page.         Then when you are at Amazon just look for the ASIN in the Product Details section           Then just paste that number into the "Find Products" page   read more

DenimBlog.com › Articles