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Designers Jean Guide (what's the difference?)

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-Update-

Ok I'm going to update this thread to a Designers Jean Guide

I'll add the comments so feel free to add some of your favorite characteristics for your favorite jeans.

Hopefully it will help others too.

 

Diesel = Construction/Durablility
For me it was easy to choose Diesel because of their construction. Just trying on a pair of diesel's in a fitting room was enough time for me to figure out their quality.
The double stiching and fabric is so durable my first pair still looks as new after 6 years of wear.

 

7 For All Mankind = Comfort
I got my first 7's a year ago on sale and liked how they were super comfortable. Most of their jeans are thin and they stretch so it's almost like wearing sweat pants.

 

True Religion = Uniqueness
Although I never owned a pair of TR, I don't need to spend a dim to figure out their characteristics because they're so unique. The eye catching picket design is so unique it screams to everyone walking behind you. The only problem I see is that they never do anything new so you can't own too many I guess. 

 

Nudie = Skinny Fit/Legs

Heard great things about the fit especially for the skinny/tall guys. "Slim Jim" seems to be loved by many people.

 

Adriano Goldschmeid (AG) = The Classic

Adriano Goldschmeid is the guy who started Diesel with Renzo Rosso and his jean company AG (adriano goldschmeid) makes amazing jeans. They are well made and comfortable and they are classic. The washes are incredible too(atleast now days they are). 

 

Hudson = Comfort

Anyone who has ever tried on Hudsons says they have never had a better fitting or more comfortable jean. We carry them at my boutique and everyone loves them immediately.


Edited by ryvac - 8/11/11 at 6:32pm
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btw, I should of mentioned this before because characteristics could differ for guys/girls jeans so let me just say the above opinion is for guys.

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This question can best be answered if you know what you are looking for in a new brand. Are you looking for the perfect fit or are you more concerned with aesthetics? I agree with you that true religion have some cool back pockets and I really love the coin pocket on them; however, I can't find a cut that I really like in them so they don't work for me. If you're a skinny jeans guy, nudie, Dior Homme, April 77, WESC are making some great skinny/tapered cuts. Is it a new experience you're after? If so, some raw dry denim may be just the thing for you!
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good point,

well I don't really know what I want right now but I wanted a bref guide I guess.

Fit is important but most brands offer different styles like Skinny, Straight, Bootcut & Relaxed cuts so I'm not too concern about that.

I'll try to add and update the post so please feel free to share your experience.

I heard Nudies are great for the skinny/tall guys so I'll add that for sure!

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Adriano Goldschmeid is the guy who started Diesel with Renzo Rosso and his jean company AG (adriano goldschmeid) makes amazing jeans. THey are well made and comfortable and they are classic. The washes are incredible too(atleast now days they are).

 

Hudson-anyone who has ever tried on Hudsons says they have never had a better fitting or more comfortable jean. We carry them at my boutique and everyone loves them immediately.

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Adriano Goldschmeid is the guy who started Diesel with Renzo Rosso and his jean company AG (adriano goldschmeid) makes amazing jeans. THey are well made and comfortable and they are classic. The washes are incredible too(atleast now days they are).

 

Hudson-anyone who has ever tried on Hudsons says they have never had a better fitting or more comfortable jean. We carry them at my boutique and everyone loves them immediately.



Nice, a lot of information I didn't know. Now I got to try a Hudson next time I visit bloomingdales :)

 

post #7 of 7

great! will you let us know what you decide on? also, take pics in the dressing room so we can see the fit of the jeans you try on.

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