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Are these citizens real???

post #1 of 9
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Just won them on ebay, and just as I was bidding I just found this site. Thoughts?? They look pretty decent to me when I compare them to the fake site, but no pics of tags. Seller has great feedback.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...e=STRK:MEWA:IT
post #2 of 9
Yes, they're real
post #3 of 9
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Quote:
Originally Posted by vintagelace
Yes, they're real
Thanx, how could you tell without the tags??

I have been going over the sellers feedack, NOT 1 neg or neutral in 12 months w/ 3700+ sales.
post #4 of 9
The color is good; it doesn't look off.
There is a snip on the tag..it means must have been on sale at a reputable store to prevent store returns.
Also, I don't think the blue/orange tags have been faked...
But once you receive the jeans, you can mostly tell by the cut number.
post #5 of 9
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crap, I just realized that is says that they have been professionally heamed to 31.5" inseam. Crap, I didn't even notice that detail, I was so worried about trying to figure out if they were real or not. Looks like I better go measure some of my wifes other jeans to see how that compares.
post #6 of 9
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well, I just measured a pair of my wifes pants that she wears with high heels, they are about 31" with them laying flat on the ground, and about 32" with them being pulled/stretched. Looks like I should be OK. I just hope that they have been washed, otherwise they will be even shorter after washing them (my guess is that since they have been worn once and heamed, that they have been washed, why heam something that will shink before they are washed?).

Another option if they do end up being to short is to undue the heam (that is if they really only have been washed and worn once and do NOT have a wear line along the bottom? And hopefully the person that did the alteration didn't cut to much off of them?
post #7 of 9
Just wondering are these for you or your wife?

Anyways..about the hemming: If they don't fit, its pretty easy to re-sell on ebay if they're authentic-which they probably will be. The blue/orange stitching is new on COH's but I wouldn't be surprised is fake ones with it start popping up any day now!
post #8 of 9
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Hil357
Just wondering are these for you or your wife?

Anyways..about the hemming: If they don't fit, its pretty easy to re-sell on ebay if they're authentic-which they probably will be. The blue/orange stitching is new on COH's but I wouldn't be surprised is fake ones with it start popping up any day now!
Hil,

Thanks for the reply. These are for my wife (do guys really where these jeans?). I am the ebayer in the house, so I have been doing the research on them and stumbled accross this great site. I think the size is going to be fine, the 33" inseam that the 7s have work very well will real high, high heels, but she has a lot of jeans that seem like they are this length that do great with her her high heels, the 33" that come standard on the 7s and COH that she tried on yesterday are very long, but hot.
post #9 of 9
yes guys wear them.

i'm a guy, and even these jeans are baggy on me at a size 27. if i wear my sevens more than once i have to wash and dry them to get them tight again, otherwise they look like normal boy jeans. who wants to be normal?

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