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Feeling Doubtful About Raw Denim

post #1 of 9
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Last week I was incredibly excited about trying raw denim. Did research, talked to a couple stores, and I was on my way to Context's website. I received them at work today and while I was happy, things started hitting me, that should of hit me awhile ago; raw denim takes A WHILE TO BREAK IN! I don't know how you guys schedule looks, but I work 2 jobs so I would barely have time to devote to make these comfortable! I keep hearing 1-3 months....I don't have that, I only have the weekends. What do you guys think? How could I enjoy these with the little time I have? Or should I just return them to Context?
 

post #2 of 9

IMO raws look pretty good every step of the way.  Enjoy them during the crisp look, all the way to the faded worn out look.  My nudies are finally starting to look ok but the knee has stretched out so much that it looks goofy ;-( . 

post #3 of 9
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that's cool and all, but when I only have the weekend to really wear them, how can I get them comfortable anytime soon?

post #4 of 9

raw denim is not an easy thing

post #5 of 9

the stiffness went away in ~ 2 weeks. so 14 days. yours on weekends.  14/2 = 7
7 weeks for you

post #6 of 9

yeah they are made this way..takes some time but you can not find an alternative to that ;)

post #7 of 9

Wear them at home and when you're sleeping!

post #8 of 9
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Last week I was incredibly excited about trying raw denim. Did research, talked to a couple stores, and I was on my way to Context's website. I received them at work today and while I was happy, things started hitting me, that sexy lingerie should of hit me awhile ago; raw denim takes A WHILE TO BREAK IN! I don't know how you guys schedule looks, but I work 2 lingerie jobs so  I would barely have time to devote to make these comfortable! I keep hearing 1-3 months....I don't have that, I only have the weekends. What do you guys think? How could I enjoy these with the little time I have? Or should I just return them to Context?
 


Don't stress I am sure that it will take less than

1-3 months!! Give it a couple of weeks!

post #9 of 9

take note young grasshopper. The journey is as important as the destination. If you want faded broken in jeans then don't buy them raw. The whole point of raw is to CREATE your own image on the jeans. Make them a reflection of your lifestyle. If your lifestyle is, you wear jeans once a week and work at an office... well then that's what your jeans with no fades are going to imply!

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