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comfortable pants

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by black hook, Jun 24, 2004.

  1. black hook

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    comfortable pants

    Discussion started by black hook - Jun 24, 2004

    i can no longer find pants that fit comfortably. they are all so fucking baggy and shit, i need some nice tight, not skin my fairly tight, pants that just feel good. where the fuck do you find these?
     
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    <KEY3> - Replied Jun 24, 2004

    simple.... go to a tailor and get measured.

    all you really need to know is
    - waist size
    - inseam
    - fit (baggy, slim etc)

    once you have those numbers you can go to any dept. store and get exactly what you need.
    If they aren't perfect, go back to the tailor and have him size them.

    ps... always get pants a big longer than you need.
     
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  3. CinchedWaist

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    CinchedWaist - Replied Jun 24, 2004

    is that expensive? ^^
     
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  4. GamblersGrin

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    GamblersGrin - Replied Jun 24, 2004

    you can get a good tailor for between $10 and $20. they have em at stores like nordstrom and the like.
     
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    <KEY3> - Replied Jun 24, 2004

    nope. not at all.

    well not if you actually have a job.
    You arent buying custom tailored pants,
    you're just getting sized and then having pants alterted.
    most dry cleaners will alter pants for you.

    mine costs like $4 or something to hem the legs.
    Its more to have them take in or let out the waist, so get a size that fits.
    oh... always wear a belt. trust this.
     
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    oh... I just realised I wrote about 'taking in the waist' to a personal called 'Cinched Waist'.

    how bizarre, how bizarre
     
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    CinchedWaist - Replied Jun 24, 2004

    too bizarre
    .shakes head.

    i think i might do this with some dresses.
    i like to have the waists as fitted as possible as long as its comfy.
     
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    JesusMachine - Replied Jun 24, 2004

    go to the store and ask the salesperson for some levis 501's...
    problem solved.
     
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    KING BLING - Replied Jun 24, 2004

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    <KEY3> - Replied Jun 24, 2004

    oh jeeze. :rolleyes:


    how about?


    http://www.dbennettcustomrods.com/_borders/flatdoccement.jpg'>

    ^ near perfect.

    relaxed fit
    no pleats
    light khaki colour
    just a big too big in the hips,
    not terribly long on the inseam,

    IDEAL PANTS!
     
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  11. Devilush

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    Devilush - Replied Jun 24, 2004

    my biggest pet peeve on girls is when they dont hem their pants. the bottoms of their pants are all scruntched up and it makes it worse if they are wearing horrible shoes like cheap black sandals with the foam bottom or even ugly ass wooden shoes.

    just hem them....they would look better. arrrrgggg. it really is a pet peeve.

    okay i'm done venting.
     
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    ubejinxed - Replied Jun 24, 2004

    yah i'm short so all my pants are long, so then i just have to wear 3in heels to make up for it, since i don't own a sewing machine. skirts are so much easier (in many ways)


    so boys if your pants don't fit, just start wearing skirts they're easier to fit.

    k thanx
     
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  13. Devilush

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    Devilush - Replied Jun 24, 2004

    ^ me too. hmph...i didnt realize that i wore so many skirts and that is the reason why i dont wear too many pants...i'm short!
     
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    Gunm - Replied Jun 24, 2004

    This thread made me think of Mr. Rad Pants
     
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    High Priest - Replied Jun 24, 2004

    Wear womens pants.
     
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