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I've always liked Nudie. Nudie are reasonably ethically made, decent quality - I wore my black tight long john nearly everyday for a year and they're still going strong. Good quality control as well. If you're in the UK, I swear by Burton jeans Good quality, nice fit and great price. So when going to a tailor, ask for both if possible? Additionally, aren't skinny jeans already tapered?
But you're often not gonna find a pair of jeans within your price range that fits exactly right for you. Damn, looks like I need to find myself a tailor.
Living in a highly Asian dense area might make it easy no racial. Idk I don't really have that much to spend tbh I just need some nice good looking ones that won't fade really, I really like Edwin ed 88 but don't really want to pay 80 to pounds, I've had them in the past and they were good quality though..
Are asos quality jeans really that bad? Like will they fall apart? Idk I just don't feel like I'm getting much better quality compared to the topman ones I used to buy. Yeah OP, I had regular cash as well which were pretty grey after a year, and got a stay cash version and have worn them near daily for a year and they're still unfaded. I just got my second pair of Ace Stay Cash. Sounds like you want some h and m black skinny jeans. Got mine for 20 bucks and I've had them for over a year.
Haven't faded and for great. Like others said there's options for fade resistant jeans. I've been wearing a Uniqlo slim fit black denim for a couple months and they haven't faded after 3 washes. I think even their selvedge denim barely fades. There was a thread where a user had like 2 year old uniqlo black selvedge jeans and they were somewhat grey.
I found the thread I guess my memory is bad they look a lot more indigo than I remember but nonetheless that amount of fading for 2 years is still pretty good. How would you say the uniqlo slim fit ones fit? Compared to say acne ace cash? I've had uniqlo ones before but I had the slim straight and they were rather baggy at the bottom, also the ones I bought they weren't exactly pitch black they were sort of i don't know how to explain the colour tbh but I like my jeans to be pitch black if you know what I mean.
Yeah the leg opening is pretty bad they don't taper very much. I got mine tailored for like 15 bucks at an alteration place and they're much better. I don't have any experience with their skinny tapered stuff though which might be better. Also gotta mention my thighs and calves are pretty large compared to my waist so it might fit you differently. Okay dude here is the thing. The best black skinny jeans are a very subjective topic.
People have differing opinions on what exactly "skinny" means. Everybody also has different proportions and preferences. But in general some brands to consider are as follows. However the hardcore raw denim brands usually focus more on construction rather than fit For the people saying that none of the brands I stated are actually good quality I probably agree but to be honest if you really like the fit and style who gives a shit?
I tried on a few in store and I loved them. And wouldn't they be less prone to blowouts since most are stretch denim? I have no proof that nudies are bad quality but they are notorious for blowouts and rips. Maybe it has something to do with their use of light weight denim or consumers buying their jeans too tight.
Skinny jeans always rip faster than straight legs. Probably constant sizing down beyond what is appropriate. I think most of their denim is ounces or in that range, and usually stretch which helps cut back on blowouts I think.
I just like the fit of nudies and paying for something that fits me is not an issue. Nudie quality isn't bad.. They just aren't as good as the hardcore raw denim brands that emphasize a great quality to price ratio. But those brands never have the best cuts. How do you feel the quality of a raw fabric differs from that of one with stretch in it?
I just feel like raw fabrics are built up to be "quality" bc that's how they're marketed when you can have a stretch fabric that is also great quality in terms of how it's made. Like how is nudie's lower quality than let say some naked and famous pants in a similar price range. I'm currently in the process of trying out nudies myself. So I can't really answer that question. However I spend a lot of time shopping for jeans and I must say nudies do feel a bit more flimsy than say naked and famous or acne.
Me saying nudies are poor quality is mostly from other people's horror stories. I've seen a lot of their denim and the overwhelming amount of it is underwhelming. Weird washes, I hate the stupid excessive branding stitching, and overpriced for what they are. I saw a decent raw pair once that wasn't horrible, but from what I gather their reputation is built on their many fits, not their build quality.
Well, I bet you their build quality is on par with everyone else in that price range, because actual quality of construction of garments is not expensive or difficult to achieve. The fabrics and fit are what differ most, I bet. You're right they have less raw fabrics and more stretch, which I look at as way to focus on fit and looks given all the washes they have.
With that said, I don't think it's fair to say their quality is poor, just different stylistic choices than what you place emphasis on for justification of price.
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