or Connect
DenimBlog.com › Welcome to the DenimBlog Community! › Mens Designer Jeans  › Dry Denim › In other's experiences...
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

In other's experiences... - Page 2

post #26 of 42
Quote:
Originally Posted by plastic_alligator View Post
I can't wash them because that would completely negate the purpose of raw denim. I can't take a picture at the moment. But I am going to hem them to maybe a size 31.75. That gives me plenty of room for shrinkage. I will post pics soon. But this 34ish inseam is quite ricockulous...yes...I said ricockulous...
+1 for ricockulous, I busted out laughing
post #27 of 42
Thread Starter 
I am glad I made you laugh! LOL

Here are some pics. Two are taken wearing my Vans. The other two are taken wearing heels. Notice the length? Maybe I should just stop worrying but it's just kind of annoying because they slip over my shoe and drag on the floor and I find myself pulling them up constantly...ughhhh...







post #28 of 42
don't hem, just get them tapered a bit to keep them from going under your shoes. a smaller opening will make the stacking look better, too.
post #29 of 42
^^^That is a great idea! They fit you great except the leg looks wide.
post #30 of 42
Thread Starter 
I guess I have small ankles or something? Ha ok um how much should I taper them? They measure 7" across the bottoms.
post #31 of 42
imo 6" will do, or even smaller, as long as you feel comfortable around the knees
ps to James, my gold wax is not available any more, just me being lazy
post #32 of 42
yeh 6" should be fine i think they look great bunched with flats however with the heels i dont like it so much, doesnt look right but yeh taper them
post #33 of 42
ok who is George ????

I'm going to be in Baker City next week believe it or not.
post #34 of 42
Thread Starter 
Baker City eh? That is like 3 hours away from me! You should come to Boise! Or I could meet you or something lol...

I have no idea who George is. My roommate got that belt at a thrift store and it is amazing and I have to wear a belt with my Nudies because I can't button the button and the belt not only hides my un-did button but it keeps my pants up haha.

I guess I'll do 6" then. For some reason when I wear my heels they don't stack as well. The one picture is of them pulled down on purpose to show the length. That is not what they really look like when I wear heels.
post #35 of 42
sweet. I see lips
post #36 of 42
Thread Starter 
HAHA yes. My ass tattoo that is not really my ass. More like my lower back upper ass... LOL
post #37 of 42
So p_a, is there actually ANYTHING between Baker and Boise? I recall a whole lotta nuthin. Well no actual towns anyway.


We could have a nudie convention.
post #38 of 42
Thread Starter 
HAHA no not really. However, Baker City is beautiful. But I totally think we should meet up. That would be fun!!! I just got my Cheap Mondays today. They are fun...BEEEGS PM me if you wanna talk about a secret rendezvous!!! LOL!
post #39 of 42
I just ordered slings and stones rachels they *might* be here tommorrow, they *might* look good enough to keep.

OK the rest is secretz.
post #40 of 42
just fyi: my RRDS shrank over 2" (inseam) with a warm wash and a med dry.

early in my wearing i turned up the back them so they wouldn't drag, and now you can see wear-marks from the cuffing because i no longer need to cuff...
post #41 of 42
definitely look into a taper. They're very chunky on the bottom. It looks good in the hips and thighs but then gets too loose from the knee down to hold a nice looking stack.
post #42 of 42
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sigmatic View Post
just fyi: my RRDS shrank over 2" (inseam) with a warm wash and a med dry.

early in my wearing i turned up the back them so they wouldn't drag, and now you can see wear-marks from the cuffing because i no longer need to cuff...

My stupid Dope+Drakkar shrank 3" and two sizes, in Three or four washes, I screw up when I washed them, and the fading is not that great. They were better in "raw".
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Dry Denim
DenimBlog.com › Welcome to the DenimBlog Community! › Mens Designer Jeans  › Dry Denim › In other's experiences...