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The Seinfeld tickets start at £84, and my wife really wants to go. The tattoo is going to cost about £200, and I have exactly £200 spare cash this month. I am favouring Seinfeld though.

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The Seinfeld tickets start at £84, and my wife really wants to go. The tattoo is going to cost about £200, and I have exactly £200 spare cash this month. I am favouring Seinfeld though.

Get a tattoo of Seinfeld and everyone wins.

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Samurai 710

or

Dry Bones x SE x SF x SF?

last time i asked i only had 1 vote for each, would appreciate for input. thanks

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Dry Bones has a higher rise and the legs are a little slimmer (based on me owning 710's and trying on the DB's, both in size 36)

710 is a proven, popular cut with many great fade results, but the DB's are newer and all the rage, and should also produce great results.

DB's are also a heavier denim. Be the judge - you can't lose with either as long as you get the sizing right.

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Go with the Dry Bones, just because they're more unique. If you feel like it, you can still get the 710s later. They'll still be around, the DBs won't.

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plus you can join the heavyweight denim contest

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Looking for some nice natural indigo jeans......

Oni Denim Shoai, SDA D1507, or SDA SP-013XX

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^you might wanna consider Triple Works Natural Indigo, they're quite "cheap" for natural indigo dye

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I've been wearing a pair of APC New Cures for the past 5-6 months. I love them, but the cut is too wide in the leg.

Any suggestions for a pair of jeans with a slimmer leg that are equivalent to APC in terms of price and quality?

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I've been wearing a pair of APC New Cures for the past 5-6 months. I love them, but the cut is too wide in the leg.

Any suggestions for a pair of jeans with a slimmer leg that are equivalent to APC in terms of price and quality?

new cures are pretty slim....Go get your jeans tapered hahaha

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Five to six months, this could be because you didn't down size them enough as the denim stretches a lot.

I suggest you down size or try the Petit Standard.

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Hey guys im looking for my next pair of denim!

Which one should I get?

Warehouse 660 vs Sams 710?

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Always get Samurais.

Although I do not own a pair currently, it is mutual among denim enthusiasts that Samurai jeans are always of good quality and will not disappoint.

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Hey guys im looking for my next pair of denim!

Which one should I get?

Warehouse 660 vs Sams 710?

Warehouse - the choice of kings. :)

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i'm a APC PS, IH 301S kinda guy.

suggest me something black and selvage similar to those.

please and thank you

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Hi, I think I am thinking to hard about this decision. But I can not find much feedback on Sexfhxrr10. Is it a pretty slim fit?

Sexi14 or SEXFHXRR10?

Thanks

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cj23 - do you specifically want SE collab jeans or a particular fit

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cj23 - do you specifically want SE collab jeans or a particular fit

Hi, I have sexi14 in indigo and was thinking about getting black. Because the fit is perfect . But really don't know another that has a slim fit like that. I'm open to recommendations. Thanks

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