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What would you estimate is an average price for a good pair of jeans?

For a good pair of jeans, you’re looking to spend somewhere between $150 and $300. H&M has some very interesting denim washes; Zara has been making… you need to understand that I don’t want to compare a $75 pair of jeans from Zara to a $250 Diesel jean because if you put them side by side the quality aspect and the workmanship in the two are totally different. But if you’re just looking for a nice pair of jeans on a budget that are fairly in fashion and are good quality, you can find that kind of stuff at Zara or H&M… Ultimately, at the end of the day it’s the fit (that matters most) because you can go buy a jean for $300 or $500 or $25, but if it doesn’t fit you, it doesn’t matter what you paid for it. So, everybody needs to find a jean that fits their body type and if it looks good, sometimes price is irrelevant.
People are always surprised when denim costs $300, and they say, “It’s just a pair of jeans! How can you justify spending $300 or $400 on a pair of jeans?” But if you buy a Hugo Boss suit, for example, which is middle-of-the-road -- it’s not low-end and it’s not super high-end -- it costs roughly $1,000. If you actually look at the amount of work that goes into the pair of suit pants, it’s very simple. But when you look at a pair of jeans there are all these details in terms of the fabric, in terms of the cut, in terms of the wash, in terms of detail and buttons, etc… And if you actually look at the cost-per-wear of a suit pant -- if you’re not somebody who wears a suit on a daily basis -- you’ll probably wear the suit about 10 to 12 times over the year. Buy a pair of jeans, and you’ll probably wear them 50 times over the year. If you actually look at the cost-per-use, if you only wore the suit pants 10 times, which alone cost about $400, that’s about $40 for every wear. If you spend $400 on a pair of jeans you wore 50 times, it only costs you $8 for every wear. In essence, if you look at that aspect, you’re probably better off spending more money on a good pair of jeans that fits you well and that is superior in quality.

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domingo, 22 de agosto de 2010

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What labels aren’t worth the price?

Victoria Beckham's [VB Rocks] jeans don’t give you the product for your money. You spend $400 or $500 on a pair of jeans because Victoria Beckham has her signature on it; it’s not really worth it. You have another jean like True Religion; I think that they came out with a certain style of jean, and all the stars hit it and it’s not as great as everybody makes it out to be, yet people are running out to the stores and spending $300 on these jeans because it’s in the lyrics of a Black Eyed Peas song. There’s another company called Stitch’s; the product’s made in China, it’s next to some of the mediocre quality jeans on the market, yet they’re asking $350 for their jeans… not that China shows poor quality, but usually cost of labor, cost of fabrics and cost of washing are substantially less [in China] than [in] some of the European countries that manufacture jeans, and therefore, it doesn’t justify the price.

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sábado, 21 de agosto de 2010

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What if you don’t want to spend a lot of money on a pair, but you still want a quality product -- are there some particular characteristics that you s

Ultimately, there are a few companies in mind that really produce superior product quality in the denim field -- one of them being Diesel. In terms of actual quality for price, they’re probably your best combination of quality and price because there is a lot of work that goes into every single pair of those jeans, and the details are unbelievable. Most European companies tend to put a lot of attention to fit and details while American denim companies put their efforts into more fabrics and marketing.
There are usually four tiers of denim brands: designer, fashionable, mainstream, and mass market. My picks for each category based on price/quality value: for designer (DSquared, D&G, Karl Lagerfeld) you’re looking to spend $450 plus; for
fashionable (Diesel, G-Star, Joe's, Parasuco) prices can range from $150 to $400; for mainstream (Abercrombie & Fitch, Zara, H&M) you'll get fashionable jeans at an economic price range, like $59 to $89; for mass market (Old Navy, Target) prices range from $39 to $65, but you're compromising quality and fit here... But the run-of-the-mill Levi’s 501 basic fit [is] always a classic and it’s not too expensive.

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