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post #26 of 30
Which does everyone prefer? I have one pair of stretch joeys in medium miner and I really want another pair of joeys! I'm hoping to use the designsbystephene 35% off code. From their site I see lots of rigid styles, but I haven't tried them on and I'm not sure how they fit compared to the stretch ones. Do I size up? size down

what is the 35% off code?
post #27 of 30
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Originally Posted by shonntew
what is the 35% off code?
I personally prefer stretch, but that's pretty different than the general consensus. The 35% off code was only for use on Christmas Eve...don't think it works anymore. Sorry!
post #28 of 30
This is just a pet peeve of mine: Just because something is not stretch does NOT make it rigid. Most womens jeans that are 100% cotton, especially in the case of TR and seven, are soft as hell! My nudie RRDS is rigid, but none of my TRs are except the dry one.

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Originally Posted by dictionary.com
rig·id ( P ) Pronunciation Key (rjd)
adj.
Not flexible or pliant; stiff.
I realize I cant make everyone follow that, but I just wanted to share.
post #29 of 30
Quote:
Originally Posted by shonntew
Which does everyone prefer? I have one pair of stretch joeys in medium miner and I really want another pair of joeys! I'm hoping to use the designsbystephene 35% off code. From their site I see lots of rigid styles, but I haven't tried them on and I'm not sure how they fit compared to the stretch ones. Do I size up? size down

what is the 35% off code?
The code is christmaseve or christmas eve, but I think the code is expired already.
post #30 of 30
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Originally Posted by blm14
This is just a pet peeve of mine: Just because something is not stretch does NOT make it rigid. Most womens jeans that are 100% cotton, especially in the case of TR and seven, are soft as hell! My nudie RRDS is rigid, but none of my TRs are except the dry one.

Quote:
Originally Posted by dictionary.com
rig·id ( P ) Pronunciation Key (rjd)
adj.
Not flexible or pliant; stiff.
I realize I cant make everyone follow that, but I just wanted to share.
Personally, I realize the actual difference between stiff/rigid/dry denim & 100% cotton. However I think most people just use the term to denote denim without any blended stretch fabric. ( i realize you know this) I guess we all have our little pet peeves...
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