• Thu, Jun 14 2007

Would You Wear This Evisu Genes Embroidered ‘Sketch Diacock’ Jeans?

evisu_nay_jeans2.jpg I kinda(slightly) felt bad for lambasting Evisu Genes’s Red and White Paint Daicock Jeans a few weeks ago but then I saw this Embroidered version of the Daicock design and well, I don’t feel so bad anymore. Maybe the designer thought the red and white paint ass graffitti was too bold so he decided to embroider the design instead. Look at the picture, sit down and relax. Now meditate(goodluck). Ask yourself, can you see yourself walking around anywhere, with that embroidered design on the back of your denim? If you’re the wife or gf, would you be caught dead walking side by side with a Man wearing this jeans? If your answer is Yes, respectively, well, all I could say is, More Power To Yah. It’s on sale for $359.90 by the way at Nordstrom. . From it’s original $540.

Why do I feel like washing my eyes with soap after looking at this picture? It must be because of the ridiculous price :roll: .

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  • http://www.priscillaortiz.blogspot.com Millennium Mommy

    You have to be kidding me with those pants. It looks like sat on a snake.

  • ebisu

    these ones actually look nice

  • Deezy

    You guys just are afraid anyone will notice you because you are probably ugly or have bad fashion sense so you will not go out of the ordinary plain blue jeans.

  • http://none Rachel

    I think the designs are terribly simple and that anyone with a brush could paint on their own pair of jeans for $10 or less. $500 for a painted pair of jeans that you could probably paint yourself is just utterly rediculous

  • samega

    Haha, these are expensive because of the quality of the denim, which is always the highest quality Japanese selvidge denim. And sorry if you’re too conservative to appreciate any piece of clothing slightly left of centre, but these are stylish and unique. Evisu is world renowned and especially loved in the street fashion scene.

    oh, and it’s not a snake; its a stylised seagull.