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Sizing SHIONER

post #1 of 13
Thread Starter 

Do you think we have to size down from our normal size or not for the SHIONER 8X6 ? Because 98% cotton and 2% Elastane...

 

Thank's

post #2 of 13

Shioner normally run a size bigger around the waist, so I suggest wearing a size down. I got one at W27, and I'm a 28.

post #3 of 13
Thread Starter 

Ok thank's,

 

What is your height and weight ?

post #4 of 13

5'10" and 130

post #5 of 13
Thread Starter 

I ordered them yesterday, i'm waiting for delivery :)

post #6 of 13
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Originally Posted by twinKen View Post

Shioner normally run a size bigger around the waist, so I suggest wearing a size down. I got one at W27, and I'm a 28.



Sometimes depends also on wash, not only on cut ;-)

post #7 of 13
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Originally Posted by zdenal_cz View Post

Sometimes depends also on wash, not only on cut ;-)



Oh I know, and this is always the case with Diesel jeans. But, I know Shioner do tend to run a size bigger because I tried on all of them and bought about half, haha. XD

post #8 of 13
Thread Starter 

I saw a "spot" yesterday morning on my shioner 8X6, I wonder if it is normal because I wore them only twice and i really take care to all my jeans!! I washed them this morning but it stays. I think I will go to the pressing tomorrow for see what they can do...

 

What do you think about that ?

 

 

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post #9 of 13

Maybe it's a wet spot from a "happy accident"? lol jk

 

Srsly though, it could be from dirty water stains to oil from your skin (fingers). When you washed it, you meant washing only that area right? Sometimes when you wash a stained area it can changed the color. Or it could be something interacting with the wax.

post #10 of 13
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When i say "washed it' i mean washing machine^^ not just that area. I don't know what is it... Do you think they can remove this spot in a pressing?

post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by timdd View Post

When i say "washed it' i mean washing machine^^ not just that area. I don't know what is it... Do you think they can remove this spot in a pressing?



no

post #12 of 13
Thread Starter 

Why ?

post #13 of 13

it is most likely a natural oil stain or a dye application-based variance- neither of which you will be able to get out.  Best bet is to goto a local art supply store and find some high-quality colored pencils by Prismacolor matching the jean color as close as possible and shade-over the darker area very conservatively and carefully. they should only cost $1-2 each.

 

Your first mistake was washing the jeans- you just paid HOW MUCH for those and you put them in the washing machine?!?  Big no-no, especially with a lightly coated dark wash like 8X6.  Washing is evil and should only be done on a spot cleaning basis, especially when rust, resin, wax, dark-dyes are concerned if you want to keep the original look, otherwise go get a pair of Levi's raw to beat around.

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