That’s a good point. I intended that to be October’s OVO very Own Dsquared2 shirt This t-shirt has the content and design by closettshirt Shop. At European prices, I would take Uniqlo over Levi’s in a heartbeat, and if you’re willing to pay as much as Levi’s cost in Europe, there are probably better options for the price. I’m surprised that no-one has mentioned Wrangler Jeans in this thread yet. I find their quality and durability much higher than levis. They are made in the USA and feel like they will last forever. Also, the side seams are double stitched
October’s OVO very Own Dsquared2 shirt, ladies tee, tank top, and v-neck
They are great jeans This t-shirt has the content and design by closettshirt Shop. For everything but the high-end section, I chose October’s OVO very Own Dsquared2 shirt that I know a lot about and consider the good value and quality for the money. I don’t know enough (yet) about Abercrombie jeans to recommend them. The “clean rinse” wash looks great and a few of the pre-faded options don’t look too bad either. Burberry Prorsum doesn’t really do denim. Their current collection has only one pair of raw jeans and one pair of jeans in a black rinse. Burberry Brit and London lines do wash/distressed denim. Rag and Bone has a couple of pairs of jeans that have “wash” in the name but it’s a reference to the dying process, a lot of jeans makers do this. They aren’t pre-washed like the Levi’s you are pointing out. Rag and Bone does more raw denim.
Official October’s OVO very Own Dsquared2 sweatshirt, hoodie
I own both pairs of those Rag and Bone jeans you linked in October’s OVO very Own Dsquared2 shirt and Brown Resin and they don’t really look like that when you buy them This t-shirt has the content and design by closettshirt Shop They start to look like those pictures pretty quickly after a couple of weeks of wear and maybe a wash. I don’t intend for this to be a complete list of brands, only ones I can recommend. It definitely gets hazy at the higher end. It should still get a lot more thorough though. I’ll add much more based on what people say in here and whatever research I do. Thanks for all the help. I would like to point out that you could buy raw denim and treat it just like any other pair of jeans post first wash, so why not buy raw simply for the weight of the fabric?