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Everything You Need To Know About Diesel The Brand

  Diesel is one of the most popular denim brands in the world. The company offers men’s and women’s styles, which are sold in nearly 80 different countries.   History: Diesel is an Italian company, which started in 1978 by Renzo Rosso and his former boss Adriano Goldschmied (of the AG Jeans company). The brand was founded on the concepts of “rejected the slavish trend following typical of the fashion industry.” And "views the world as a single, border-less macro-culture."  The company rapidly caught on, and in 1985, Rosso gained full control of the... read more

You Can Help Denimblog

  • by DaveTeam DenimBlog

  There are many ways that you can help DenimBlog.com out.  We would love you to try a few of these and spread the word about our site and community.   - tell your friends about us     - write a blog post about us on your personal blog (this one helps a ton!)   - add an "I heart DenimBlog" badge to your blog:   - Answer some questions in the forums   - "Like us" on facebook by clicking here   - repost a link from our site and spread it around (please do)   - Follow DenimBlog on Twitter   - Write a wiki for us   - Ask a few... read more

The Basics Of Spotting Fake Burberry

  • by RuthSupporter

Here is a quick guide to help you avoid or spot some common fakes, especially the Polo’s. First, Let's start off with the basics. Always remember that the Burberry Nova Check (this is the correct term for the 'plaid') is always symmetrical, especially in Handbags and Small Leather Goods, this means that the pattern will always line up. The check has ONLY three thick faint navy stripes crosshatching each other. In between the stripes, there is a white filling that is also faint. Also, the red thinner stripes cross exactly in the middle of the blue check. There is... read more

5 Money Saving Tips For Online Shopping

  1. Sign up for a site or store's emails. Frequently, stores send out emails alerting customers to sales and discounts before they're advertised to the public. It also eliminates the need for checking a site daily. For example, Gap's biannual Friends and Family Discount is sent out via email. This coupon can get you up to 30% off your purchase both online and in stores.   2. Before you buy, check out online coupon websites like Couponcabin.com and Retailmenot.com. These sites offer coupon and discount codes for a variety of websites, from % off to free... read more

5 Places To Buy Jeans Online

The internet can be one of the best places to buy jeans. You can find great deals and discounts as well as discontinued styles. Below are some of tips of great places to buy jeans online.     1. Flash Sales: Sites like Gilt, Ideeli, Hautelook, Ruelala, Beyond The Rack, The Sample Sale and more offer great discounts and deals on still popular styles. A suggestion is knowing your size in a particular brand so you don't have to deal with returns or a sometimes final sale item. Luckily, these sites advertise ahead of time what day they will be featuring which... read more

11 Tips For Hemming Your Jeans

After you've found your perfect pair of jeans, Hemming can be the final step to securing a perfect fit. Check out some tips for hemming your jeans:   Wash your jeans before you take them to be hemmed. Jeans do shrink and you don't want them to be too short post-hem and wash. Always be sure to wear the shoes you'll be wearing most frequently with your jeans. If you've purchase a pair of trouser jeans for the office and will be wearing them with heels, bring the heels! If you swear by flats, bring your favorite pair. Be sure to consult with a tailor... read more

Mens Jeans | 11 Tips For Buying Mens Jeans

More and more designers establishing men's lines and offering a variety of fits and cuts. Here are some helpful tips to keep in mind when navigating jean shopping: Men's jeans are measured by waist size and inseam size. To find your proper size, measure your waist, and this will be the first number on the tag. Then measure your inseam and this will be the second number on the tag. (Ex. 34x34 or 35x32) Men's styles tend to come in three common cuts: boot cut, straight leg and relaxed fit. Boot Cut styles are typically slim throughout the thigh,... read more

Top 5 Tips On Finding Jeans For Petites

It can be difficult to find jeans that are smaller yet still trendy when you're a petite. Luckily brands are starting to cater to those who are petite by offering their most popular styles and cuts in smaller sizes and inseams. One of the best hints is to check out websites. While some stores to carry petite sizes, If you can't find a petite size in stores, check out their websites. For example, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdales and Saks Fifth Avenue offers a wide varitey of designer brands such as Citizens for Humanity, Joe's jeans and True Religion in... read more

Top 7 Tips For Finding Jeans For Taller Sizes

As a someone who is taller, finding jeans that are long enough can be a real struggle. Here are some tips for finding jeans that fit:   Visit online stores. Many retailers, such as the Gap, carry longer or "tall" sizes online. Stores such as Gap, Banana Republic, American Eagle and J Crew all carry their regular styles online in tall lengths. Before you start shopping it's good to know your what your inseam measurement is. Check out the sizing wiki and consult the measuring guide below for how to measure your inseam. Try a cropped style.... read more

Top 5 Tips For Finding Jeans For Your Body Type

Here are some tips for finding the most flattering fit for your body type:   For Hour Glass Figure:   Look for jeans that are slightly higher rise, which will provide higher coverage in the back as well. Look for brands that offer a contoured waist band, which is a waistband cut on a curve. Boot cut leg are flattering and if you're looking for a more narrow leg, opt for straight-leg over a skinny.   Brands to try: Paige and CJ By Cookie Johnson are great options.   For Fuller Hips and Thighs: Look for higher rises, rather than lower rises.... read more

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