[Quote] Agreed; you get what you pay for. H&M, just like GAP or Old Navy, etc...like'em or not, these brands have their place and market. Tons of people buy this stuff. As long as everyone understands what they're getting, then hey...more power! Personally, I can't bring myself to buy cheap, low quality denim. But that's just me.

Replied in H&M Denim, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

Levi's 501 [Quote] [B]Swagger[/B], When all else fails, bro--go with Levi's. Levi's has something for every body type. You can never go wrong with a pair of 501's! And congrats on shedding those 50lbs!

Replied in Nice raw Denim for bigger guys, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

@ Da Jaques I wasn't allowed to quote with the pics due to my lack of post counts--this is only post # 4 for me. I think that there's a 25 post minimum or something.

Replied in Post your Denim Collection/Rotation., 2 Weeks ago in Denim

This is in regards to "Poenix_0217", page 14, post 201....that guy doesn't play around--HOLY SH!T!!!

Replied in Post your Denim Collection/Rotation., 2 Weeks ago in Denim

Thrift Shops Try visiting your local vintage thrift shops, like Buffalo Exchange (don't know if you have one of those where you live, but...). I know a guy who has some really cool looking vintage Levi's jackets and jeans. Thrift shops are the way to go for that sort of thing.

Replied in Denim Jackets, 2 Weeks ago in Denim

I let it stack I'm a stacker, myself. But I sort of like the look of a chunky cuff; 3"->4".

Replied in Cuffs or No cuffs?, 2 Weeks ago in Denim