1930s-style Eureka 111 jeans. Inspired by the likes of JC Penney's Foremost and Montgomery Ward's 101 jeans. Featuring black donut buttons and a black NOS 1930s vintage "PARIS" buckle.
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More variations on a theme. Six pairs of 1950s store brand-inspired jeans featuring left-hand twill selvedge denim, Gripper Zipper fly, chambray-reinforced back pockets and UFO rivets.
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As I don't have a belt loop machine, I use a serger to finish one edge, fold, and stitch from the back right along both edges. These pairs are set in the 1920s and have belt loops made of lighter weight denim than the pants themselves. The third picture is of a pair set to be slightly older than the other three, and has belt loops that are bar tacked from the inside at the top of the waistband.
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Variations on a theme. 1920s-style buckleback "waist overalls" with suspender buttons, light-ounce belt loops, and a linen label. Each pair has different buttons and rivets.
Hardware of course from the one and only @kenji (http://www.citronjeans.com).
#rawdenim #selvedgedenim #eurekajeans #cinch #buckleback #justahobby #notforsale

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