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post #26 of 35

LOL. This is priceless. : D
Having in mind that my picture shows you something unlike anything you've seen before the negative comments are understandable. And I enjoy that fact. It means I'm being innovative and out of the standard. I respect your opinions too. Perhaps I should have mentioned that I don't just crumple my jeans into a ball and then throw them in my wardrobe. Here's what a pair looks like prior to being put in. 

It's pretty much the same as your classic folding but vertically rather than horizontally.

Here's what it looks unfolded.

 

Here's how it fits.

The creasy all-over effect is the main reason I am storing my denim this way. And I like the way it looks in the wardrobe. LOL : D

post #27 of 35
Quote:
Originally Posted by 994kaloyan View Post
 

LOL. This is priceless. : D
Having in mind that my picture shows you something unlike anything you've seen before the negative comments are understandable. And I enjoy that fact. It means I'm being innovative and out of the standard. I respect your opinions too. Perhaps I should have mentioned that I don't just crumple my jeans into a ball and then throw them in my wardrobe. Here's what a pair looks like prior to being put in. 

It's pretty much the same as your classic folding but vertically rather than horizontally.

Here's what it looks unfolded.

 

Here's how it fits.

The creasy all-over effect is the main reason I am storing my denim this way. And I like the way it looks in the wardrobe. LOL : D

lol....Now i like it :010: Intresting theroy about the creases.


Edited by denim addict - 10/2/13 at 2:31am
post #28 of 35

Here's how it fits.

 

 

i have a totally irrelevant question, lol... what size is that tepphar 881W and is it your usual tepphar/thavar size?? thanks :P

post #29 of 35

It's 32x32 but the waist is a bit wide. Normally I wear W30/31 but I got a bargain on these and I couldn't resist it. It was my first pair of Tepphar, I ordered another one that is 30x32. I think it will be more like my size. Why do you ask ? : )

post #30 of 35

yes this is an excellent innovation

post #31 of 35

cause i might grab a pair but im not sure if i should size up from my usual tepphar size or get the same size. thanks! 

post #32 of 35

994 - I saw your innovation during your first post thus I left what I left... i outta try that.

post #33 of 35

How do you store your jeans?

Hi,

 

I've got about 10-12 pairs of Diesel jeans. I've noticed that when I fold them (fold it inwards, then in half, then in quarter) I get severe crease lines right near the side stitching that can only be removed by washing them in warm water. I decided to fold them over a hanger from now on, but I feel like that's gonna cause the same problem.

 

What are your suggestions? Certain pairs I simply don't wear as often so I cannot cycle through all of them weekly.

post #34 of 35

On hangers in my wardrobe. I have 2 pairs of Diesel jeans to wear out, 1 pair of G-Star coloured jeans and 1 pair of burgundy chinos.

 

I have 1 other pair of Diesel which I wear around the house and 3 other pairs of G-Star which are bootcut and I've gone completely off this fit! So will probably look to sell them.

post #35 of 35

@ReserveDMD - I used to fold them like below photo in my closet.. works well.. I do not see any fold lines and I have about 40 pairs.  However they do get flat after long time of not wearing them.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Denim Collector View Post

 

 

 

 

today - I build my own denim wall.

 

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