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Posted September 19, 2013
Posted September 15, 2013
I can take a picture, but won't be able to do it before tomorrow evening!
Posted September 11, 2013
Edited September 19, 2013 by gululv
Nanamica Gore Tex Field Jacket
Size XL (will fit a L and maybe even a M well)
Hardly used, around 5 times, in excellent condition
Price: 210 GBP + shipping (14 in Europe, little bit more elsewhere)
Open for offers for trade also
Posted June 20, 2013
Looking for loopwheeled t-shirts by Real McCoy's or other brands & LVC tees. Normally m in european/american clothes and l in japanese.
Looking for loopwheeled made t-shirt, from Real McCoy's or other other brands, plus LVC tees. I'm normally size m in european/american brands and l in japanese.
Posted March 27, 2013
Edited March 27, 2013 by gululv
Posted March 26, 2013
Ok, don't worry, don't wanna make a scene here:)
Ok, but I hate hostile messages like the one "Foxy" wrote. Brats with too much money who don't accept that not everyone can afford new expensive jeans every week.
Posted March 26, 2013
Edited March 26, 2013 by gululv
Foxy 2: I won. Jeans fit perfect. I got a great deal, less than 60 GBP with shipping for Joe McCoy jeans worn "a couple of times".
You're one of the new rich people in Russia, right? Hate poor people? I'm not poor, but I don't like to spend a fortune on jeans if I know I can get them cheaper.
Posted March 17, 2013
That probably explains it, the size is a little different on the new version of the 906. Well, I just have to wait and see.
Posted March 16, 2013
Well, kind of discovered the auction too late, so I just took the chance, and I guess I might be able to shrink it too. Money is also an issue for me.
Just bought a cheap pair of Joe McCoy 906 jeans on ebay. Worried about the size, they might be very large. The seller's information about the size was different form the measurements on Blue in Green. Any experience with these jeans?
Posted March 11, 2013
Edited March 11, 2013 by gululv
Thanks for your ideas. LVC 1933 is great thigh wise. The problem is that it's very hard to order jeans online. SDA 101 I have been recomended before. If I'm 34 in Sugar Cane 1947, what size should I go for with those?
From the measurements on Self Edge it looks like I should have size up with the SC1947s, did the mistake of trusting an ebay seller.
Posted March 10, 2013
Looking for the same thing, raw denim with big thighs. I have only had Sugar Cane 1947s. I was told they had big thighs. Maybe true, but they broke pretty quick, so I'm looking for something even more big thighed than those. Any ideas?
Posted March 2, 2013
I see, thanks. So are the 33s the widest when it comes to thighs, or are there any other years I should consider? They are normally pretty expensive compared to 55s and 66s I've noticed. I don't think I have abnormally wide thighs, but the 33s are the first jeans I've had that don't break in less than a year. That's why I don't wanna spend too much on jeans either.
Posted March 1, 2013
So if I understand it right: Are the 55's and 66's wide in the thigh area? I'm not so good at maths, so should I just look at the thigh measurements, or think thigh compared to waist? Would be fun to try something else than the 33's this time.
Posted January 16, 2013
Thanks a lot! Sorry for the double post, don't know how to remove it. I forgot to mention there was a white thing on the back, hanging out from the tag, I removed that.
<p>Thanks a lot for the guide, very helpful! I bought a pair of LVC 501XX from my friend some time ago, I'm trying to figure out what year, it looks like it's 27 or 33. Will try to get a
Thanks a lot for the guide, very helpful! I bought a pair of LVC 501XX from my friend some time ago, I'm trying to figure out what year, it looks like it's 27 or 33. Will try to get a new pair, since these are among the few jeans I've had that are wide enough in the thighs for me to keep a long time. Even Sugar Cane 1947s ripped after about nine-ten months. So could anyone please identify these?
Posted July 2, 2012
How important is it do unpaid internships to get anywhere in the business? Is it pure exploiting or is it something you can benefit from? I'm currently emailing around to ask about internships. Should I expect anything without having studied in fashion?
Posted June 30, 2012
+ education in USA is bloody expensive, cant see how anyone can afford it if they are not from very wealthy families. Here education for the most part is free, but I got a lot of debt still.
Ok, thanks for the advice, will check out that school, though I live in Scandinavia. I also have a master degree in art. Pretty stupid if I want to have a career in fashion (or earn money), however not completely unrelated. That's why I hope I could do this without going back to school. The thing about networking is also you need some kind of platform for it. Live in a city with a good scene for these sort of things.
Posted June 29, 2012
.. when you don't have any education in fashion or any useful contacts. My dream is owning my own store, but that's far into the future. Is it realistic to get any kind of job through sending emails to stores/companies? What should my strategy be?
Posted June 27, 2012
Any jobs or internships in Scandinavia or Germany, UK?
Posted June 20, 2012
bump, price now 70 gbp + shipping
Alan Crocetti Silver Nose Plaster