New Jeans Fade Thread


#1

Let’s start being real:

  • No fade for me. Solid colour.
  • A very light amount of fading on the thighs/knees.
  • Motherfucking FADE STRIPES, COME AT ME
  • My jeans are already so light a colour they can not be further faded

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#2

Option 5: Literally can’t imagine having an opinion on it


#3

Is this what we look for in a pair of jeans, or is it what happens to our jeans?


#4

the former


#5

False. Because i assume you own jeans. So what do you buy?


#6

Jeans with holes in it

  • very fashionable
  • for cunts
  • ‘all jeans already have holes in for you to put your legs through’ - @marckee

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#7

Ones that fit, I honestly couldn’t tell you the level of fade at time of purchase, somewhere between one and two I’d have thought.


#8

so you can tell me, and did. Thank you x


#9

Yr welcome :kissing_smiling_eyes:


#10

It looks bad.


#11

generally only wear completely black jeans or dark denim

no holes or stripes, cos i’m not a wank obv


#12

i think when jeans have ended up fading a touch after multiple washes it can look okay. but ‘forced’ fade always looks exactly that


#13

Sure, natural fade is fine, although it tends to be a sign you are going to need new jeans.


#14

i’m one of those misers that wears them until they’re starting to get holes i’m afraid. got some new ones that are a dark blue/indigo which i am super pleased with


#15

You guys ever bent over during an important presentation and your jeans have split and you’ve exposed your white boxer shorts with red love hearts all over them?


#16

@xylo how would you approach jeans with holes in given your…position on underpants?


#17

this is exactly why jeans with holes in cannot be a thing i entertain. Well noted.

So to be clear, the second the jeans reach a thinning point that suggest holes, they’re gone


#18

Tell you what aspect of wear and tear that annoys me the most, pocket holes


#19

I’m actually getting angry even considering it


#20

good man.