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  • n. Jeans made of denim.


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  • And with the new principal, I've had to kind of — I wear denims, which is kind of pushing it a little bit, and running shoes.

    Oral History Interview with Robert Yost, November 22, 2000. Interview K-0487. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • His denims were the bluest, his T-shirt the whitest.

    The Honor Farm

  • No, he's dressed kind of young, though the denims look more worn than acid washed and the once stylish tee is tattered around the collar and sleeves.

    Until Again

  • Once you treat them like neutral khakis or denims, you'll discover how many shirt shades go surprisingly well with them.

    Ask Teri

  • “Just felt like shopping,” I told her as I removed the plush faux silver fox I wore over a matching silk turtleneck and fitted dark denims.

    Real wifeys

  • But for now, he sports a stubble, long hair and is dressed in denims.

    Will F1 Be Jaypee Group's Magic Formula?

  • As Henry Kim walked in with an eclectic patchwork blazer, straight cut premium denims -- handcrafted in L.A no less -- it was clear that he appreciates fashion.

    Zandile Blay: A Peek at a "Sneaqy" New Fashion App on Facebook

  • Photograph by Charles Masters; prop styling by Victoria Petro Conroy; market editor: Andrew Lutjens Accent spring's bounty of pared-down classics—from high-waisted denims to crisp white shirts—with poppy stripes that recall the seaside.

    Sporty Stripe

  • Her mother wanted light gray and some of the colored denims that were very cute she said.

    The French Revolution

  • The cumulative effect was that of rugged men's wear, in contrast to John's Calvin Klein denims, pressed cotton shirt, and Timberland footwear.

    Working Without a Net


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