Need Rare jeans at a discount? This is the guide for some of the best alternatives, anywhere online. I've decided to list some websites that seem to consistently have the lowest prices. Below are the websites that I recommend.
This ultra-hip Italian brand has been around since about 2000. While the official website is very artsy and has lots of information and hype about their recent collections and positive press, it does not provide a lot of background on the origin of this brand, and that is something that I'm still discovering. I can tell you that this label has a limited presence on the major shopping portals and a decent presence on eBay once you differentiate the brand name from the adjectives for other brands of clothing.
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There was some weirdness with this search. At first that I had forgotten that the correct spelling of this brand's name has the hyphen. It is actually spelled "ra-re" and not "rare". So I got no results even when I added the word "jeans". After I added the hyphen, I got results pertinent to the brand. However when I search with the hyphenated word and the word "jeans", once again I got nothing. Even so, the most successful result was one listing for this brand's website on a page of results. I they are either so exclusive that they don't worry about reaching the masses or that the word that is the same as their brand is just too popular to monopolize in the blog search results.
So given that the website was the only pertinent search result available, I decided to check it out. The linked page highlighted the brands Spring/Summer 2014 collection. The first thing that I should mention is that the website is not user-friendly. My bias is that every website should make scrolling idiot-proof. When I can't easily scroll a webpage, I get anxious and my blood pressure goes up. It probably went up somewhat with this website. It took a few seconds to figure out how to scroll the initial page and then a few more to figure out how to scroll the photos that I selected.
In browsing the product selection, I must say that I liked the jeans. I like faded jeans. I just don't understand why the faded jeans that you pay $100 for are cool and the jeans that you already own that are naturally faded have to be tossed out. That's always frustrated me.
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