Discussion in 'Nudie Shopping' started by mattias, Feb 25, 2011.
Do you prefer to buy Nudie Jeans online or in the (brick n mortar) shop?
Try em on in a shop. Buy em online.
I cant really justify having to pay up to 100 more bucks, as I can get them off cultizm for like $130
I agreee why would i go to bloomingdales and pay $200 for black coated jeans when i could go to cultzim and get it for 130 im just waiting for there next sale to pick up a couple of more jeans unless im buying them from a local boutique that i love i will pay full price.
Online, of course... as if I had a choice. ;-)
^Agreed, either that or go into NY, and pay sky high retail prices... Although Barneys has a decent selection of nudies (and lots of other good brands) and I know they were having a sale... just saying though.
as a new yorker i have to find deals any were i can i like barneys especaily the store on fifth ave but if i can save money its not really a choice in NY but a need the cost of livings going up and im not moving to the hood although it is much cheaper
Definitely online. Bigger range.
I prefer buying in the shop, as it allows to try them on, and where I live they don't cost more than online.
But most of the times shops don't have what I want anyway, so I'm forced to buy online.
Online for sure. Australia is subject to some sort of pay wall when it comes to Nudies. I have not seen (until this week) the RRP go below $240 AUD (that's $258 US) for your standard Nudie runs.
Now it seems a chain store here, General Pants Co., has dropped the RRP to $200 AUD. Great.
On top of the sky high price for Nudies we suffer in Aus, sites like Cultizm and Asos which regularly run sales on Nudies do not ship Nudie Jeans to Australia.
My first pair of Nudies I bought through Cultizm, had them shipped to Hong Kong to a contact and then on to Australia. This would have saved me at least $100!
Makes ya mad I tell ya...
for nudies... online is quite safe.... knowing your size and fit
as nudies is same or universal in fit...
while brands like levis, lees and etc will have different name or fits in different countries...
For first timers like me..always buy in the shop first!
Would try in shop , get sizing and inseam right , then buy online . shop jack up the prices by way too much .
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