March 02, 2010 at 13:17:24 Mar 02, 2010 @ 13:17
I have a few criticisms about these...
1, raw denim is not too popping. Regardless you care about what's in, but in my opinion, I just feel that raw really doesn't look too good anymore, it is actually losing it's good look with companies like these.
2, Uniqlo has been doing this for a long time, better quality too, and way better patterns, if you simply must get cheap raws.
3, once again, that pattern is definitely not top quality, in fact, that is the poorest denim weaving I have ever seen for more than $50.
4, you will not catch me wearing anything from Urban Outfitters. I don't care if you think that sounds stupid, but if you are really into fashion, do you want to wear clothing from a company that literally imitates every "cool" brand out there, makes fake vintage looking clothing and sells them for vintage prices, and sells bad quality versions of every sneaker?
I only agree with number 4
Where can you get 14.5 oz raw denim for $78, Uniqlo isn't as heavy. Also I haven't seen a good faded pair of Uniqlo raw denim