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BlackPig

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About BlackPig

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    classic
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    obsessed
  • location:
    Down Under
  • occupation:
    Wearing raw denim

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  1. Denim Stores In Australia

    At this stage, l could do 15/4.
  2. Denim Stores In Australia

    Had a chance to visit Lieutenant & Co. today. There are definitely some interesting brands available. It is very cool to see these type of stores in Melbourne. Davy is keen on organising a meet up. He is active on IG and maybe if there is enough interest, a meet up can be arranged.
  3. Pure Blue Japan

    Follow this blog. It shall have the answers you are after. https://indigoshrimp.wordpress.com
  4. What after G-Star?

    Check out mynudies forum. SF may not meet your requirements.
  5. WAYWT (denim version) 2017

    Shirt: Sugar cane Jacket: 3sixteen ranch Jeans: JB x OD Sapphire Shoes: RM Williams
  6. Japan Blue Momotaro

    You should also ask Denimio for sizing support. They are very helpful.
  7. Denim Stores In Australia

    @mikecchWell said. Exactly what l thought. You explained it better than l could.
  8. Denim Stores In Australia

    Tell us what you think @mikecch I'm curious how they are going to sell at the prices they have set.
  9. Denim Stores In Australia

    IIRC they were selling for $370. I would rather spend my money on Japanese raws.
  10. Denim Stores In Australia

    Just saw that Levi's Melbourne Central now stock LVC line, various 501 cuts according to years, and denim jackets as well.
  11. Sugar Cane Denim

    ^^ Is there a strong sulphur smell?
  12. Studio D'artisan

    @Foxy2 Very nice. I like the un-cuffed look on this fitpic. Although, I rock my 103 cuffed.
  13. Denim Stores In Australia

    @mikecch l was referring to this part. If a brick and mortar store don't stock certain items that you can try before you buy. And provide you with a catalog to browse to place an order. That is the bit that l don't get.
  14. Denim Stores In Australia

    That last bit doesn't make sense. I might as well order from Rakuten.
  15. Pure Blue Japan

    This is really bad that International customers have to pay more for PBJ and other brands that have forced retailers to increase the pricing. Personally, I think it does their brand more harm than good, as I won't be paying more. Time to seriously consider some of the Non-Japanese denim brands.