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  1. Cyriel New Member

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    Thanks man with the ugliest-guy-ever-on-an-avator! :lol:
     
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    yeh, nice Cyriel! bb is dope :D

    what did you think about the fit?

    talking about, drycleaning should be a good idea - i guess - but the fading after (the 1st) wash (-es) is also awesome. i think, me bb gets now nicer every day ... i really fall in love with it ;)

    pls stay in touch here, ill gonna post some new pics soon. looking forward to wash it again in a couple weeks, still when its get dirty. no rulez, if its dirty or smells bad it will be washed and for sure it will becomes nicer and nicer ... and ... nicer, of cos :roll:

    maybe you like to post some pics of your bb (unworn, worn a couple of weeks, before/after 1st drycleaningattack etcpp.) - that wouldt maybe create the ultimate and most impressiv bb-thread ever :wink:

    and to all other friends of bjoern (beatle?) - feel free to post much as you can, pics are much more intensiv then 1000s words ever can be.

    ... buhbye
     
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    I'm used to baggy jeans. I have a Loos Frank which still is my favorite. Except I f*cked up my dry one. The RRDS and the SSLE I've worn for a very long time, but the tightness annoyed me. I wanted to wear them baggy, but after the first wash they've never been baggy again...

    So: the BB will never fit tight I'm sure. The fabric is awesome. Soft, but stiff too. And I'm not going for the fading results on these jeans. I've done that with : RRGreycast, RRDS, SSLE, LFdry and now it's time to just let them be blue and deeper blue. Cuz the drycleaner will give'em so much 'depth' in colour... I will post a pic as soon as it's interesting enough :!:
     
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    my favourite is still the Loose Frank Old Crosshatch... (no other jeans comes close in my book) but today I bought a BB dark embo shadow, now I was unsure bout what size to get, I ended up getting a 30/34 while in my LF I wear a 32/34 but the waist of the 30 BB and the 32 LF are aprox. the same, but normally the waist will stretch out and become bigger right?

    I hope I didn't make a mistake, should I have gone for the 31/34 instead?
     
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    Pre washed jeans hardly stretch. If they do, wash them and their back to normal (and washing does not have any major consequences on the short run for prewashed jeans). If they have a good fit, then keep m I'd say. It's up to you
     
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    What is everrybody discussing the waist of BB!?

    All my jeans are 30's. RRDS, RRDG, SSLE, LFdry. All my prewashed are also 30x32.

    I bought the BB too in 30x32. They are supposed to be that baggy in my opinion. What's in a name...

    So is it that you guys aren't used to baggy-wear, and want it baggy, but not-that-baggy?

    It feels ... just great!! So much nicer than tight fits!
    8) (in my opinion)
     
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    Why do you care cyriel ? jeans are not made to be worn a single way, if you want to vary because you think it looks better then whats the deal.
    also sizing varies per fit. I dont think all 30waists of all the different models are the same so, maybe if you size down on a BB that you can still get a baggy fit.
     
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    bb project...

    Hey Cyriel,show us some pics of your new baggy bjorn please!

    like to see how they fit...
     
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    actually I am used to wearing baggy jeans, used to wear alot of hiphop brands when I was like 16, never went back to tight jeans, but the 32/34 in BB just seemed almost twice as big as the 32/34 in LF (both pre-washed), my LF fits perfectly, it falls down till it hits my hips, it is sagging but it won't hit the ground, the BB in the same size would just hit rock bottom straight away...

    also when the waist of baggy jeans are really TOO big and you have to wear your belt tight to keep them from falling off your ass, it looks kinda bizarre I think...

    but I'm with you Cyriel, baggy/loose jeans are so much nicer than tight jeans :D
     
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    Last night I checked the Repair-kit that I got with my BB. I allready had one for free from a fshion fair, so I thought this one would include the same stuff, but....

    I HAVE AN ORANGE SELVAGE REPAIR PIECE FROM 10X10CM IN MY WEAR'N REPAIR-KIT!!!

    It's to repair my jeans, but I am NEVER gonna use this, cause it has the selvage line!!

    So happy with it! 8)
     
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    the hand of a child is easely filled. :twisted:
     
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    You can also give me:
    - Lego
    - toycars
    - coloured pencils
    - crayons
    - a bike

    :lol:
     
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    if it makes you happy......why not. :lol:
     
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    HE bb! How is your Bjorn? Did you wahs them again, or did you quit wearing them??

    I'm dying to know what mine will look like!!

    Today is day 79...
     
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    Anyone up for a new project here?! There's a Baggy Bj?rn Dry Orange Selvage in 32/34 on eBay.de right now! Check ist dudes!
     
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    even if its a dry selvage... nobodys chattin'! Just because its a BAGGY?!?!?!
     

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