200dozenjeans - Alexis Earley AHRM 1224 THE PRODUCT"LEX...

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Alexis Earley AHRM 1224 THE PRODUCT “LEX” Jeans LEX in LA Dark The LEX sits low on the waist, has a tight fit through the thigh, and tapers from thigh into a peg leg. Our original & best selling midnight blue wash features the perfect amount of fading and distressing without looking contrived. The signature LEX pattern is squiggled on each back pants pocket. o LEX signature squiggle stitching on back pocket o Zip fly o LEX in LA Dark. 5-pocket skinny jean with a midnight blue wash. Fade throughout and brass hardware and rivet (snap) detail. o 7"(Rise)- 32" (Inseam) o 99% Cotton /1% Spandex o Machine wash cold inside out with like colors o Do NOT bleach o Tumble dry low o Made in USA o This fabric is not stain resistant so handle with care. LEXs will last you a lifetime. They are the perfect jean to have anywhere and everywhere. These jeans can be worn for any occasion, whether a night on the town, or just lounging around the house. It feels like you are in your own skin every time you put them on. If you aren’t already getting compliments now, once you slip into a pair of LEXs, these pants will supply you with all of the compliments you need. THE MATERIALS Thread For 2400 pairs of jeans you use approximately 250 yards of thread per jean, with the seams of the jean, the pockets, and the buttons. For 200 dozen jeans you need approximately 7.2 million yards of thread, but with the 10% waste/lost factor we need
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course AHRM 1224 taught by Professor Ppquesenberry during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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