Do My Jeans

Do My Jeans is a subsidiary company of the Modaline group and they have over 15 years of experience in the industry of ready to wear clothes for men, women and children. The company is located in Tangier, Morocco but they have suppliers and customers all over the world.
Although they started out as a textile company, they have now acquired great industry knowledge and have made quite a name for themselves in the online world of custom clothing. They specialize primarily in custom jeans for men and women. You will find jeans of different cuts, colors and fabrics in their site. Some of the cuts are Bootcut, Slim, Straight and Capri.

The price for a pair is from $116 – $130. They also sell standard sizes and several pre-designed jeans in the site. There are additional charges for a custom pair, depending on the particular style changes and additions. This can cost around $2 – $4 for each custom element.

Their Design Center provides a great visual of the product you choose to customize. You will be given the option to choose the fabric, wash, belt shape, pocket style, accessories and fly to be used for your jeans. There is a wide range of selections in these categories. You can also type in specific instructions in a text box provided in the page. After you’ve laid out the design, you will be asked to provide your measurements like belt line, inseam and calf line. You will also be asked to describe your figure – stomach, seat and hips shape. The site provides a guide to taking measurements, should you need it. You can also download a printable measuring tape from the page.

Production and delivery takes up to 15 business days and they deliver all over the world. They also offer reimbursement or exchange if the jeans you receive do not correspond to the measurements you provided.

Overall Do My Jeans provides all the right things for users to be able to create the perfect pair of jeans. There are some limitations in terms of designing (no option to add embroidery or other forms of art) but other than that, the site executes pretty well.

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  1. Anthony Townsend January 30, 2013

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