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Want Custom Jeans? Here’s Where To Go!

We’re big on personalizing denim here at Denim Therapy (obviously), and so we’re also big on custom-made jeans. What you wear is important and, sometimes, you just want to be in control from start to finish. Here’s our guide on where to find people that will custom-make your jeans from scratch–and most of them you can order online!

Location: Online
Offerings: men’s and women’s (skinny, slim, straight, flare, boot cut) jeans, capris, and shorts; customizable rise, thread color, pockets, fabric weight, and fly; black and blue (raw, dark, medium, light) washes; embroidering; distressing options include sanding, bullet holes, paint splatter effects; can sell jeans you’ve designed online
Price: $99 and up
Pros: fun, user-friendly interface; easy to see how your jeans will look every step of the way, with customizations; two weeks to finish; option to make shorts or capris
Cons: sizing relies on self-measurement or pre-made options

Location: Online
Offerings: men’s (slim, classic, relaxed) and women’s (slim, relaxed, skinny, trouser) jeans; plus-size
Price: $175-$185 base price, plus add-ons
Pros: easy-to-use; asks questions about body shape when determining fit; returnable; plus-size option
Cons: sizing relies on self-measurement and measurements limited in selection options and helpfulness; some styles have more options for customization, such as the variety of washes and fabrics available, than others

Location: 15 Mercer St, New York, NY 10013
Offerings: personal consultation with Scott Morrison and 3×1’s Head Pattern-Maker to make jeans entirely to your specifications
Price: $1200 and up
Pros: 100% creative control and customization
Cons: price

Location: Online (ships worldwide!)
Offerings: men’s and women’s jeans in pre-made styles produced to your measurements; add-ons include embroidery, patches, rips, embellished pockets
Price: $49 and up
Pros: price; wide variety of fits
Cons: hard to navigate variety of denim options (i.e. cannot preview wash and style of jeans together); sizing relies on self-measurement

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Posted Mar 09 2012 in Denim Buys
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