donderdag 14 augustus 2014

Fashion

What will we think in about a few years about this style but it is for sure good for the environment if you use your old pants. (Not the new ones made old already of course.)

10 opmerkingen:

  1. When I was kid my mother used to sew a patch on my pants to cover up a rip. I really do get a laugh from people that buy high priced jeans with rips in them.

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  2. It's getting harder and harder to tell the difference between the old and the new. :-)

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  3. Jeans appear to be forever, in many different styles. I think a little rip here and there has log been part of the look for the younger, more casual crowd. But we may have reached peak rip.

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  4. ha. Fashion is funny like that.
    how about the person wearing purple plaid and stripes on the right??!

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  5. I can understand having a pair that started their life new and perfect and you have over the years worn in holes of their own accord. That's memories. But to go buy a pair already ripped up, that's cheating and means nothing at all unless to point out that you are a silly person.

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  6. I do own some jeans with holes in them, but look like a bum when I wear them, so count me out on this fashion statement. Would never wear them out in public.

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  7. I wonder if she bought these from the Kilo Shop?

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  8. Today I tried to shop a jeans but I didn't. I couldn't find one that was not ripped or washed out.

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